neither stop works nor submit the PRC “to the torture of investigative commissions”

After the electoral debacle suffered last Sunday, Miguel Ángel Revilla has confirmed, as he announced at the beginning of this week, that the PRC is willing to facilitate the investiture of the PP so that it governs alone, that is, without the extreme right of Vox in the Executive. And he did so in statements to the press after the PRC Regional Executive Committee was held, where he took stock of the 28M results, in an environment that he described as “very different” from four years ago, when they won comfortably the autonomous ones

The 'Revilla effect' was diluted on 28M: the municipal vote highlights the personal punishment of its electorate to the PRC leader

The ‘Revilla effect’ was diluted on 28M: the municipal vote highlights the personal punishment of its electorate to the PRC leader


However, and despite the fact that the PP does not depend exclusively on possible regionalist support, Revilla has set conditions for this formation to allow the investiture of María José Sáenz de Buruaga (PP), whom he has said that he has not yet called, to Unlike the national leader of his party, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, who did, as detailed, two days after the elections were held.

The conditions, as the still acting president of Cantabria has stated, are basically that the works launched by the outgoing government (PRC-PSOE) not be paralyzed and that they not “subject” the PRC “to the torture of commissions of inquiry as they did in 2011 [durante la mayoría absoluta de Ignacio Diego (PP)] that came to nothing.”

“There is no one charged and we have nothing to hide, but we want them to dedicate themselves to governing,” said the veteran regionalist leader, who has also demanded “plurality” and that “there be no reprisals against the municipalities”, so that “the distribution of funds” is done “according to needs”. In addition, Revilla, questioned for this, has ruled out the option of his party joining a PP government: “In principle, the PRC does not contemplate it, the will is not to be in the Government, but to allow governability with a series of of conditions”, he remarked.

“No one has called, but I’m sure they will,” he said, referring to the future president of Cantabria. For the negotiations, the PRC has appointed a specific commission, made up of the three vice-secretaries of Organization, Francisco Javier López Marcano, Paula Fernández and Guillermo Blanco; and the mayoress of Polanco, Rosa Díez, the best positioned for the succession.

In addition, to questions from the press, Revilla has ruled out possible consequences at the level of municipal agreements, since its local committees “have absolute freedom”, as well as stepping aside if that were the condition for the PP to accept the regionalist requirements. “Those who kick me out of the party are mine, I understand that they don’t try to kill us while we are healthy,” Revilla said, while Marcano took the floor and assured that “none of the members of the negotiating committee would accept that condition.”

“Reflection” on the general elections

On the other hand, Revilla has not cleared up the question of whether his formation will contest the general elections on July 23, which will be decided in another Executive Committee next week. “We had too much today to accept defeat and make the decision we have made,” he stressed. In this regard, he has affirmed that he has to “make a reflection”, but he has advanced that in case of presenting himself, his “proposal is that José María Mazón continue, who has done an extraordinary job”. “It has not translated into votes, but there have never been so many investments by the Government of Spain,” he stated, “emphasizing that the decision has not yet been made.”

What he has advanced is that he will not attend Congress “much less the Senate.” “With what I have said about the Senate… it would be like an injection of poison in the middle of the aorta vein,” he exemplified if he headed the candidacy for the Upper House.

Revilla has recognized that in his party they are “still under the syndrome of the last elections.” In this regard, the regionalist leader has made a particular analysis of him in the Executive of why the PRC debacle. He has thrown balls out, pointing out his government agreement in Cantabria with the PSOE as guilty, “to the procés” and to the “pacts with independentistas and radical sectors of the left” by Pedro Sánchez.

“It has ended in a tide that has led to a general debacle of the PSOE, and in a way, of the Regionalist Party as a partner of the Socialists,” he justified. “They have had bad results, what has happened is not exclusive to Cantabria, but is a situation throughout Spain, except the Basque Country and Catalonia, which have “another sociological behavior”, Revilla argued, despite the fact that it was him in the first place. person who has suffered punishment at the polls.

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