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Sánchez and Díaz take the fight for Barcelona to the close of the campaign, while Feijóo ends in Madrid

Abascal turns to CLM with an act in Toledo, and Cs will close in Madrid.

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Sánchez and Díaz take the fight for Barcelona to the close of the campaign, while Feijóo ends in Madrid

Abascal turns to CLM with an act in Toledo, and Cs will close in Madrid


The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, and the Second Vice President, Yolanda Díaz, will coincide this Friday in Barcelona in the closing campaign of the elections this Sunday, supporting their respective candidates and thus staging the dispute for this symbolic square between Jaume Colboni and Ada Colau, while the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, has opted for Madrid, where the 'popular' aspire to reissue their absolute majorities of other times.

Both territories are especially relevant in the distribution of powers that will be outlined after these elections, before the new appointment with the polls next December, as has also been the Valencian Community in this campaign, to which all the parties have lent a particular attention, organizing mass events in the capital of Turia.

Sánchez, general secretary of the PSOE, closes the campaign tomorrow with a double act in Catalonia. He will be in Tarragona in the morning but has reserved Barcelona, ​​where the Socialists start with options to win, for the final act.

Here, he will be accompanied by the leader of the PSC, Salvador Illa, the socialist candidate in Barcelona, ​​Jaume Collboni, and the former president of the Government, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero.

Sánchez has monopolized the leading role in the socialist campaign, with events every day of the campaign in which he has made several announcements that have then been taken to the Council of Ministers, from million-dollar investments to reinforce public health, the inclusion of the right to be forgotten cancer, the creation of a voucher for retirees to go to the cinema for two euros or the second round approval of the Parity Law.

In all his rallies, the PSOE leader has defended his government's management throughout the legislature and has called for the mobilization of socialist voters to defend public services, with special emphasis on the National Health System, while who has repeatedly warned against the cuts and the desire to repeal the PP.

For his part, the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, will close the campaign at the Ifema Conference Center together with the Madrid president, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, and the mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida. Both 'popular' candidates aspire to obtain an absolute majority in their respective races.

Previously, the leader of the PP will make stops in Alicante and Albacete, where he will also have public interventions. Feijóo will put the finishing touch to an intense campaign that has taken him through all the autonomies.

In some of them it has landed twice --such as Aragon, Castilla-La Mancha and Madrid-- and in the Valencian Community it has done a triplet, with a massive act in the bullring of the capital of Turia in the middle of the campaign that it brought together more than 12,000 people, highlighting the importance that the PP attaches to a victory in this region as a prelude to the general elections in December.

Apart from appealing to the socialists "ashamed" and "disappointed" with "el sanchismo", the leader of the 'populares' has also called on voters of Vox and Ciudadanos to, "without shortcuts", begin to "turn the page on sanchismo in these elections. "For the PP to win and govern, it is best to vote massively for the PP to have a solid and stable majority," Feijóo repeated in his last rallies.

The leaders of Unidas Podemos will close the campaign separately, as has been the general trend in these two weeks. The second vice president, Yolanda Díaz, will close the campaign in Barcelona to support the mayoress of the city of Barcelona, ​​Ada Coalu, with whom she has turned to this campaign with two more acts to help the 'commons' to retain the main town hall that governs the current confederal space.

Meanwhile, the leader of Podemos and Minister of Social Rights, Ione Belarra, and the head of Equality, Irene Montero, will support the candidates of Podemos, IU and Alianza Verde in the Community of Madrid and the City Council of the capital, Alejandra Jacinto and Roberto Sotomayor.

The two leaders of the purple party have been especially involved in the Madrid campaign, where the objective is to preserve their institutional presence in the regional parliament and try to regain representation in 'Cibeles'.

And also the former vice president Pablo Iglesias will have his role in this closing campaign, in this case to support the candidates of United We Can in the Valencian Community, another vital territory for the purple, where they have deployed a multitude of acts to guarantee that they exceed the threshold of the 5% of votes that gives entry to the autonomous Parliament and be essential to reissue a third government of the 'Botanic'.

For its part, Vox has chosen Toledo for its great campaign closing ceremony, a true symbol of its commitment to the attempt to unseat the socialist Emiliano García-Page from the Presidency of the Board. It will be the fourth visit of Santiago Abascal to a Castilian-La Mancha province during the campaign, which will also serve to cover his 'number one' to the Mayor of Toledo, the deputy in the Congress Inés Cañizares.

During the last fifteen days, Abascal has participated in rallies in numerous territories, but prioritizing those communities in which a sum with the Popular Party is possible that allows changes in government. This is the case in the Valencian Community, where he starred in a massive act to open the campaign, or in Extremadura.

However, he has not set foot in the Canary Islands or the Balearic Islands and neither in Galicia nor Castilla-León, where there are no regional elections this Sunday. In addition, in Madrid he has opted for a low profile, without any major electoral act and only one visit by Abascal during the campaign, to the town of Chinchón on a Thursday afternoon.

Finally, Ciudadanos will close its campaign in Madrid, one of the most important squares that it still has and where it aspires to once again be the key to the municipal government. The event will be held at the Zénit Studio and the management, the national spokesperson, Patricia Guasp, and the general secretary, Adrián Vázquez, will cover the candidates for the capital and the Community, Begoña Villacís and Aruca Gómez, respectively.

The event will also be attended by the spokesperson for Ciudadanos in Congress, Inés Arrimadas, who has only coincided with Guasp in a campaign event, on Monday at the 'Radically Free Women' event, with municipal and regional Ciudadanos candidates. Likewise, other recognizable faces of the party are expected to attend.