The PP hopes to change the political cycle after the inauguration of Ayuso

Just a few hours after being invested president of Madrid for the second time, Isabel Díaz Ayuso has taken office this Saturday in an act turned into a triumphal walk of the PP, who has taken heart from his success in the Community of Madrid and it takes for granted a political “cycle change” on a national scale. Have passed three months since Ayuso detonated his Government coalition with Citizens and call an early election on May 4 where doubled its seats (from 30 to 65, touching the absolute majority of 69), which now allow him to rule alone, with the only external support of Vox.

To make his return to Puerta del Sol official, where the regional government has its headquarters, Ayuso has delivered a speech with an institutional tone, in which he said that “Madrid, Spain and the Monarchy are inseparable”, and political, rescuing key concepts of his campaign such as “freedom” and “life in Madrid”. And has promised to “do not change the course” of the Executive, where are they still all the councilors of the PP (with the exception of the new president of the Assembly, María Eugenia Carballedo) and even one that was but as a member of Ciudadanos, Marta Rivera de la Cruz, who withdrew from the party after the elections.

The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, in the plenary session of her investiture at the Madrid Assembly.

He has done it in the presence of the president of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado, and all the regional presidents of the party, that is, the leaders of Galicia (Alberto Núñez Feijóo), Andalusia (Juanma Moreno Bonilla placeholder image), Castilla y León (Alfonso Fernandez Manueco) and Murcia (Fernando López Miras). There have been many family photos with them, especially with Casado and also with the mayor of Madrid and national spokesman for the PP, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, and the posed with the Autonomous former presidents present at the appointment: Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón, Esperanza Aguirre, Cristina Cifuentes and Ángel Garrido.

Casado has affirmed that Ayuso’s investiture reminds him of what happened when Ruiz-Gallardón was promoted to office in 1995, opening “an absolutely unstoppable change of cycle throughout Spain in favor of the PP”, and has asserted that Spaniards are increasingly prone to the “responsible” governments that look “towards national unity”. “What we have seen here today is the beginning of a new stage in the Community of Madrid, in which it will govern in favor of all citizens,” said Casado, in whose opinion Ayuso represents “the mark of the PP: to help the citizen when it is worst.” In this framework, there has been no lack of winks to new sole partner of Ayuso, Vox, and the president has reiterated in her speech that “support for motherhood and families” it will be among the “reasons for being” of your government.

Vox offered their votes to enable the investiture of Ayuso without theoretically asking for anything in return, but the gestures between both parties do not stop happening, and this morning the president said in a radio interview that she will study a “possible reform” of Telemadrid Y “what aspects” of the region’s LGTBI laws “can be improved”, after Vox requested the closure of the channel and the repeal of these rules.

In turn, the Vox spokesperson in the Madrid Assembly, Rocío Monastery, has changed his mind by pointing out before the inauguration that his group will not support reactivating the residency investigation commission because “it comes with a revenge interest “of the left, despite initially announcing that it would.

This complicity between the PP and Vox has been criticized by the spokespersons at the Más Madrid Regional Assembly, Monica Garcia, and the PSOE, Hana Jalloul, present at the event and have shown their concern that the Ayuso Government is a “laboratory of the extreme right” and for its “authoritarian tinge”, respectively. “Living like the Madrilenian is going to turn into living like the Hungarian”, has come to say the spokeswoman for Más Madrid.

On behalf of United We Can, the deputy has attended Paloma Garcia Villa Y the spokeswoman, Carolina Alonso, has finally been absent from the event, who has participated in the Puerta del Sol in a demonstration for the “freedom” of the Saharawi people. It is precisely this protest that Ayuso encountered when, at the end of the act, he went out to the street to greet the crowd, giving rise to a picturesque image, with the president attending greetings and praise and requests for ‘selfies‘while around him they waved flags of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.

And as for the old government partner, Citizens, that in the elections of May 4 was left without representation in the Assembly, its only representation has been the deputy mayor of Madrid, Begoña Villacís, which has stated: “We like the Government more or less, I celebrate normality.”

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