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Feihoo criticizes the government’s lack of “stability” while the NP broke all its coalitions before ending its seat in the legislature.

With Alberto Nunez Feijoo taking over the reins of the PP, the still acting president of Xunta de Galicia delivers a speech that directly contradicts the reality of his party. His first controversy arose even before he was formally elected chairman of the People’s Party, although de facto he had already done so, and it was a pact with the extreme right in Castile and León. At the same time, we saw Nunes Feijoo justifying “moderation” and “centre” and Manueco shaking hands with Vox as he opened the doors of the first autonomous government in Spain.

This pact was concluded after the popular president Castile and Leon break the coalition with Ciudadanos and call early elections, justifying himself with the threat of “betrayal” from his partner in the government. As before in Murcia and the Community of Madrid, the PP repeated its strategy in Castile and León. The fact is that none of its coalition governments has formed a legislature. But Feihoo attacks the government for its lack of political “stability” and offers itself as its guarantor.

“I have come to demand, defend and offer stability.” With this statement of intent, Feijou was introduced to Catalan businessmen this Friday in Barcelona. This is the latest of many recent references by the PP President to political “stability” that he believes have exploded Pedro Sanchez. “Our country is suffering from political and economic instability, and in both cases it is becoming more and more dangerous,” Nunes Feijoo continued.

early election

A few days before, at an informative breakfast at El Debate, to which he was accompanied, among other popular leaders, Isabelle Diaz AyusoFeijoo again blamed Sanchez, openly offered himself as a guarantee of “stability” and veiledly placed in political debates early election. The NP president assured that it would be “logical” to hold a general election to reverse the “chaos” that, according to his criteria, the government had caused. “It would be logical to think if we can continue like this in this situation,” Nunes Feijoo said. For the popular leader, both tensions with United We Can in the Council of Ministers and experience with parliamentary alliances are enough to prompt a premature call for an election.

What is certain is that in his three years in the legislature, he pushed and weakened the relationship between the PSOE and Together we can There were many of them, but the rope between the two coalition partners, although taut, did not break. And the same is happening with the government’s allies in Congress. Despite obstacles, negotiations, and delayed rebukes from the legislature, the executive managed to enforce its most important laws.

This was not the case in regional governments in which the PP was in coalition with Ciudadanos. None of them completed the legislature, and with the exception of Andalusia, all of them were broken due to political betrayals between the partners. If Fernando López Miras is President of the Community of Murcia, it is thanks to defectors citizens who, at the last moment, did not join the vote of no confidence put forward by their party together with the PSOE. López Miras then ruled Murcia for less than two years.

With what happened in Murcia As a pretext, Diaz Ayuso also suspended the legislative assembly in the middle of the Community of Madrid and broke with Ciudadanos. “His whims come first,” said Ignacio Aguado (Cs), vice president of the regional government. In this campaign call on May 4, 2021, Ayuso was successful without a challenge, but did not receive an absolute majority and must rely on Vox to govern.

Almost a year later, the President of Castile and León dreamed of repeating the success of Diaz Ayuso. Once again, the chairman of the People’s Party dissolved the government, called early elections and justified his decision on parliamentary instability with his partners and “risk” to a vote of no confidence. Result: Manueco switched from Citizens to Vox.

The only executive that resisted was that of Juanma Moreno and Juan Marín in Andalusia, but the President of Andalusia also moved the call for elections to 19 June. Although in this case the relations between the PP and Ciudadanos were and are good. The official argument of the people is that holding elections in June will allow for the formation of a parliament and a government before the end of the summer, with a view to approving a new budget for 2023. But no doubt Moreno, encouraged by the polls, also wanted to take advantage of the electoral advantage that Feijoo’s landing had given the party.

This is Photo governments in the PP coalition: she failed to complete the full four years of her mandate in any autonomous community, and, with the exception of Andalusia, relations with her partner, Ciudadanos, ended with accusations of treason.


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