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PNV sees it as "logical" to reissue the coalition with the PSE in the Basque Country, but fears that the "Madrid noise" will flood the campaign

MADRID, 16 Mar.

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PNV sees it as "logical" to reissue the coalition with the PSE in the Basque Country, but fears that the "Madrid noise" will flood the campaign

MADRID, 16 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The PNV spokesperson in Congress, Aitor Esteban, believes that, in view of the next Basque elections called for April 21, the "logical" thing would be to continue with the coalition they share with the socialites in the community because it has "worked well until the date". Although he fears that the "Madrid noise" will invade Basque politics.

This was expressed this Saturday in an interview on the National Radio program 'Parliament', reported by Europa Press, when asked about the upcoming regional elections. Although Esteban has assured that since his formation they have been working to obtain the "best result", when asked about a hypothetical pact with Bildu he has preferred to focus on the socialist formation.

"We have just signed agreements in town councils and provincial councils with the Socialist Party, and the logical thing, therefore, is to continue with a coalition that has worked well to date," he explained, also adding the relationships that exist between his formation and the of Pedro Sánchez in Congress. "Although we do not form a government coalition (in Madrid), we are supporting the Government and in dialogue with them," he stressed.

In line with this question, during the interview they also asked him if they are "angry" about the prominence that Catalonia is having during this legislature with the Government's negotiations with the independence groups and the approval of the Amnesty Law and Esteban has done so. discarded.

In his opinion, Catalan politics is "closely linked" to that of Madrid and the confrontation is also reflected in the Congress chamber. However, for the Basque Country they do not want that. "We are very clear that we want a society politically and socially quite different from the one in Madrid," he said.

And they have announced that since their formation they would feel "annoyed" if the "Madrid noise" was linked too much to Basque politics, "it would distract us," the Basque spokesperson would insist. In Esteban's words, the issues being discussed in Madrid "have nothing to do" with the reality and day-to-day life of the Basque Country, in Madrid "there is a lot of noise and little substance," he stated.