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Sumar hopes to agree with the PSOE controls on the price of rents and food

Date: September 29, 2023 Time: 06:06:31

Sumar does not want to wait for Alberto Núñez Feijóo to negotiate a possible investiture. The spokesman for the formation Ernest Urtasun has indicated this morning that there is no other alternative to a government of his party with the PSOE and has asked the party led by Pedro Sánchez to sit down and negotiate a government program and its structure. Urtasun, however, has not wanted to establish red lines and has barely given clues as to what its demands will be for the possible future government, although it has cited the prices of the supermarket and housing as some of its axes, which are also key in its program. “We have been very insistent with the shopping basket, rents or food prices and we would like them to be reflected in the government structure”, he pointed out.

From there, however, the clues have been few. Despite the insistence of the journalists, he has not wanted to advance his hypothetical demands on the number of ministries. He has only specified that the ambition of the formation is “to have a very relevant weight”. Along the same lines, he has not wanted to move forward either if he will side with the pro-independence parties to pressure Pedro Sánchez to open a referendum in Catalonia, as Junts demands, which will be key to agreeing on a possible investiture of the acting president.

Urtasun has insisted on several occasions that Sumar’s objective on Monday due to the hangover of results is to urge the PSOE to sit down to negotiate a government program as soon as possible to begin, in parallel, to seek support pacts with the rest of the parties that will have to support a possible investiture. The number of seats achieved by PSOE and Sumar are not enough to achieve a government majority, which will force them to reach agreements with all the pro-independence parties, which are also putting their demands ahead. ERC, for example, has focused on infrastructure this Monday.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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