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'Génova' trusts that the barons of the PSOE will pressure Sánchez to let the most voted govern if his power is in danger

He believes that the PSOE is going to "harden" the campaign this final stretch, in which the PP will turn to appealing to the useful vote to attract undecided.

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'Génova' trusts that the barons of the PSOE will pressure Sánchez to let the most voted govern if his power is in danger

He believes that the PSOE is going to "harden" the campaign this final stretch, in which the PP will turn to appealing to the useful vote to attract undecided


The PP led by Alberto Núñez Feijóo trusts that historical 'barons' of the PSOE such as Emiliano García-Page from La Mancha and Guillermo Fernández Vara from Extremadura will pressure the chief executive, Pedro Sánchez, to allow the list with the most votes to govern when they see that , despite the PSOE having been the winning force in their territories on May 28, they could be ousted from power by the post-electoral pacts, according to sources in the party's leadership.

Feijóo has been defending for years that the force with the most votes should govern and has expressed it again publicly in this electoral campaign. In fact, this proposal was already included in the institutional quality plan that he solemnly presented in Cádiz last January, although in that document that initiative was only applicable to municipalities and mayors.

On the election night of May 28, after knowing the results, sources close to Feijóo already anticipate that the party will launch that proposal again. At that time it will already be known in which CCAA an absolute majority has been achieved and which ones will need pacts.

According to its internal 'trackings', the Popular Party may be the force with the most votes in Madrid, the Valencian Community, La Rioja, the Balearic Islands, Aragon and Murcia, as well as the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla. A REJECTION OF THE PSOE WILL LEAVE YOU A FREE WAY TO AGREE WITH VOX

PP sources maintain that, although at this moment "everything is open", the PSOE will foreseeably be the most voted in Castilla-La Mancha and Extremadura, two autonomous communities that the socialists have governed since 2015 (they were only in the hands of María Dolores de Cospedal and José Antonio Monago between 2011 and 2015) and which previously had José Bono and Juan Carlos Rodríguez Ibarra, two veteran socialist leaders, as presidents.

Despite the fact that the PP will once again tempt the PSOE to accept its proposal that the most voted party govern, in the ranks of the PP they fear that there will again be a rejection by the Socialist Party led by Pedro Sánchez.

Within the party, there are voices that already recognize that if the PSOE maintains its rejection of this proposal, the PP will have a free hand to agree with Vox or other parties in those territories in which it gives the sum.

The national PP faces the last week of the campaign with optimism and euphoria after the "moral injection" that the rally in the Valencia bullring has brought, where the party managed to gather more than 12,000 people. This scenario is for the PP a "symbol" that reminds of its absolute majorities both in the region and in Spain under the mandates of José María Aznar and Mariano Rajoy.

In 'Genova' they are aware that the last week of the campaign is "decisive" to mobilize the vote and the 'popular' reach this final stretch "plugged in" after having recharged their batteries in Valencia, according to a "popular" leader. .

The 'popular' will use a strategy similar to that of Juanma Moreno in Andalusia, focused on appealing to the voters of PSOE, Ciudadanos and Vox to support the PP at the polls. This appeal to the useful vote to the PP already focused Feijóo's speech this Sunday in the bullrings of Valencia.

PP sources also add that they hope that, in addition to Sánchez's electoral announcements, a "hardening" of Sánchez's discourse and his candidates will be added in this final stretch of the campaign to mobilize his own and that discouragement does not spread in his hosts.

From the PP they do not believe that the announcements that Sánchez is making in the campaign resonate with the public because, for example, the one related to the 580 million to reinforce primary care is a "rehash" of something already approved months ago in the Interterritorial Council of Health. "580 million between the 13,000 health centers, touch about 40,000 euros each", a figure that they see as ridiculous.

Feijóo will continue to denounce Pedro Sánchez's pacts with Bildu in his speeches this week – a message that they believe affects his electorate and damages the PSOE – although not with the same intensity as he did in the first week of the campaign. , which was the central axis d all his speeches.

In addition, at this time the Madrid president, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, monopolizes the media focus with her request that an attempt be made to outlaw Bildu through the Party Law. This Monday she has reiterated her thesis that "all avenues" be studied to ensure that the project "is legal."

In Feijóo's team they believe that Bildu cannot be outlawed and they rule out carrying out that attempt because it has no sign of prospering, although they do not see big differences with what Ayuso says because in reality what none of them wants is that there is no exetarras in the institutions.

"They are not differences, they are nuances," they add from the leadership of the PP, who understand the strategy of the Madrid president focused on capturing the vote of Vox. In addition, 'Génova' wants results and believes that the Madrid president will win the absolute majority in the region, according to the internal data they are handling at this time.

The national PP has not yet decided if there will be a photo of Feijóo on the balcony of Genoa on election night. This is the setting on which the party has celebrated its great electoral victories and it is a powerful image.

Feijóo's team assures that at this moment they have not even discussed it, but they are clear that it will not be a problem on election night in which, according to sources from the formation, the leading role belongs to the regional and municipal candidates.