The president of the Xunta, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, has spoken again about the situation his party is going through after the electoral crash on Sunday in Catalonia. Feijóo has urged to “accept” the “bad result” of his training in those elections and to “seek strategies” to “win”. The decision, announced by Pablo Casado, that the political organization will leave the headquarters of Genoa to break with the past does not seem to be to the liking of the Galician baron of the PP. Asked about this initiative, Feijóo has been blunt: “What the PP needs is to win.”
Feijóo asks the PP for a reflection and compares the results in Catalonia with the “PSOE disaster” in Galicia
The leader of the Galician PP participated this Tuesday in the meeting of the Casado leadership in which the results of the Catalan elections were analyzed. During that meeting, to which he went online, he resigned to intervene as did his colleagues Isabel Ayuso (Madrid) or José Antonio Monago (Extremadura). Just a few hours after that silence, the head of the Galician Government has recommended Casado to make “a good diagnosis” of what happened, before “looking for alternatives and strategies to improve the electoral results”, something that is “the objective of any party democratic”.
Regarding Casado’s announcement about the change of the party headquarters, Alberto Núñez Feijóo assures that the decision “of the national team” was transferred at the Executive Committee meeting and that it is “an internal matter of the party’s administration,” therefore that the opinions on the matter must also be given within the internal sphere of the PP.
In his intervention in the Executive Committee, in addition to announcing the departure of the Genoa headquarters, Pablo Casado referred to what happened in the Catalan elections and attributed the electoral fall (which resulted in the loss of a seat, up to 3 representatives ) to a “perfect storm” against the PP, which linked to the statements of former treasurer Luis Bárcenas in the middle of the electoral campaign.
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