Sánchez will face the electoral bump in Andalusia that the polls advance without an agenda


The president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, will face no schedule this Monday the electoral bump that the surveys have advanced for theirs. The left-wing coalition of PSOE and United We Can, led by the Government of Spain, suffers a strong setback in Andalusia, the historic breadbasket of the Socialists, according to the polls. Juanma Moreno’s PP is in a position to overcome the absolute majority (55) thanks to the range of between 58 and 61 deputies.

The poll of Gad3 grants the Socialists between 26 and 30 seats, below the thirty achieved by Susana Díaz in 2018. The unity experiment of the second vice president, Yolanda Díaz, also suffers a setback and is left with between 4 and 5 seats compared to the 17 that the left to the left of the PSOE grabbed four years ago.

The truth is spirits in Ferraz have been rock bottom all week, aware that their options are impossible. The party has relied on a last-minute turnaround, but the publication of the polls has brought them back to reality: the Socialists begin a long journey in the desert in a community that they have governed for almost four decades. However, in the PSOE they still trust that Moreno will not achieve an absolute majority.

Sánchez has limited himself to thanking to the socialist proxies for their dedication and “to all the people present at the polling stations”.

On the other side is Por Andalucía. The coalition, made up of six parties with Podemos outside the formal registry and also outside the party’s ‘brand’, does not leave Yolanda Díaz the best taste in her mouth to start her listening process. It should be remembered that the head of Labor has actively participated in this electoral contest, which has been managed by the United Left. In the purple space they don’t doubt that a bad result will leave Toni Valero’s men touched before the start of ‘Sumar’, the “listening process” of the purple leader in Moncloa.

Source: Vozpópuli by www.vozpopuli.com.

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