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The PP assumes that it will keep an extra seat in the wax and will reach 137

Date: June 19, 2024 Time: 19:01:29

The PP is about to add one more seat to its 136 at the cost of taking it away from the one that the PSOE had in Madrid, which makes the Socialists add 121 deputies and may be forced to seek the yes of Junts in the face of a new investiture of Pedro Sánchez since his abstention alone would not be enough, information on Friday night to EFE from PP sources. The same sources have asked, however, to still be prudent because the general count and the invalid votes still remain.

According to the first results of the scrutiny of the vote of Spaniards residing abroad, the CERA vote, and pending the final result in other provincial boards, the PP would have obtained the last seat of the PSOE for Madrid and the former deputy of UPN Carlos García Adanero would have entered Congress, at the expense of the former socialist mayor of Alcalá de Henares, who would no longer be a deputy.

With this new seat, the PP could achieve 137 deputies and the PSOE would fall back to 121, which would make the block that can support the investiture of the popular president, Alberto Núñez Feijóo -(Vox 33), (UPN 1) and (CC 1 )- will reach 172 seats, compared to the 171 of the block that Sánchez has with Sumar (31), ERC (7), EH Bildu (6), PNV (5), and BNG (1).

According to this arithmetic, the acting President of the Government would need the affirmative support of Junts to be able to achieve an investiture, since the abstention of the 7 Catalan pro-independence deputies would not be enough according to this first result.

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

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