Sánchez anticipates the coming purge to the PSOE executive: “Some will continue and others will not”

Farewell day at number 70 Ferraz street in Madrid. The secretary general of the PSOE, Pedro Sanchez, has gathered for the last time the members of its executive to announce the purge that this newspaper advanced last May. Crestfallen, some say that even “excited”, the Prime Minister has blurted out that “some will continue, and others will not.” After four years of loyalty to the leader, now, it is detached from them to “start a new stage” that reinforces him at the head of the PSOE.

But for now few are those who know that they are going to stay in the socialist federal leadership. Beyond Adriana LastrOh Santos Cerdán, which except for surprise will continue, and the spokesmen Hector Gomez and Eva granados, no one else has their chair secured next to Sánchez. In the next few days, the Secretary General will communicate the deletions and registrations. Sources close to the leader point out that around 75% of the current leaders will not be there.

Among the names that this newspaper has been able to confirm that Sánchez will no longer be flanked in the leadership of the PSOE are those of the mayor of Valladolid and a spokesman who has never served as such, Oscar Puente; the head of the Cohesion area and president of the Barcelona Provincial Council, Núria Marín; the Secretary of Employment Policies, Manuel Escudero or that of Secularism Jose Manuel Rodriguez Uribes. The MEP Ibán García del Blanco it’s also half a foot out.

Without the tie of hands in 2017, when he was resurrected as the party’s head of the party backed by the support of the militancy, Sánchez will configure the new direction without fees or favors to return. He will decide who is and who is not, without counting on the opinion of the socialist barons. And without having to give a role to the freaks who supported him in his fight then against Susana Díaz. “He no longer owes them anything,” sources close to him recalled a few months ago to OKDIARIO.

Today’s was the last meeting of the socialist executive of this mandate, before the congress to be held in Valencia between October 15 and 17. For this reason, after four difficult years in Ferraz, in which he became president of the Government almost by surprise of all, today Sánchez wanted to thank the work of all the leaders who have accompanied him “in very difficult times.”

Doubts about Calvo

Carmen Calvo she left the government with the promise of Pedro Sánchez that she would be rewarded organically with the presidency of the PSOE. But that commitment, like so many others of the president, has been fading over the weeks.

The former vice president has been made president of the Equality commission by her parliamentary group. And that is why the presidency of the PSOE, which gives it a certain media position, is no longer a priority. Except for a last minute surprise in that position he will remain Cristina Narbona, which together with Lastra and Cerdán will be one of the few that will repeat.

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