The National Board of Directors of the PP of Extremadura met this Saturday to discuss the results of the elections Sunday and to address future agreements that allow them to take over the presidency of the community.
The popular candidate Maria Guardiolait is determined to rule the Junta de Extremadura despite the fact that its president, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, continues to defend that should govern the most voted list.
He PSOE and PP obtained the same number of seats28, but the socialist Fernandez Vara won by 6,000 more votes. The sum of the PP and VOX would make María Guardiola the first president of the Junta, since the PSOE and Podemos do not give the accounts, they would only reach 32 seats and the majority is at 33.
This Saturday, Guardiola has asked the leader of Vox, Santiago Abascal, to “let” your party’s candidateAngel Pelayo, sit down with her to negotiate because “the future of Extremadura is not decided anywhere but here”. “Extremadura is not negotiated in Madrid,” the leader asserted.
The popular candidate from Extremadura has once again reiterated her commitment to rule alone because, although the national leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijoó, “has told me what he had to tell me”, “My bosses are from Extremadura“.
For his part, the spokesman for the PP of Extremadura, Jose Angel Sanchez Juliahas ensured that the region needs a government headed by María Guardiola so that policies are put in place to “activate” employment and the labor market in the community.
Thus, the ‘popular’ has recalled some of the measures announced by Guardiola during the electoral campaign and that it would implement if Extremadura governed, among which it has included a reduction in taxes for companies, the self-employed and families or the implementation of an employment master plan to guarantee stability .
“Also, very important, measures so that companies can settle in Extremadura, so that the self-employed pay that zero quota in Social Security and that Extremadura goes from being a region in the tail of job creation to leading the generation of employment in our country,” he said.