MADRID, 8 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The mayor of Madrid and PP candidate for re-election, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, has launched this Monday for CS voters, whom he has called to vote for the Popular Party in the elections on May 28, since it is the "common house" in which "everyone fits" and the "real alternative" against the policies of the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez.
This is one more step in the mayor's pre-campaign message, which aspires to a transversal vote against Sánchez and to unite support that would previously have opted for both Vox and the 'orange' formation.
"To the CS voters who felt that the PP did not represent them, now I think we give them reasons (the PP), we show that they fit in this project, that they can feel identified; we are the real alternative, that common house that aspires to be the PP. In that community they fit and in it you can deal with what is happening in Spain", he has transferred in an interview on Antena3, collected by Europa Press.
Martínez-Almeida has expressed his "gratitude" towards the deputy mayor, Begoña Villacís, and CS, his government partner, although "at the moment it is difficult for him to enter."
The mayor has insisted on the need to achieve "solid governments that can make decisions, not be conditioned." "At this moment, all those of us who think we can live together even thinking differently have to come together. If we are going to vote, I am sure that we will achieve those very large majorities, and continue with the successful model of Madrid", he concluded.