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Feijóo covers the new leadership of the Navarrese PP this week and will negotiate with UPN in January to see if they reissue their pact

In 'Génova' they see Sánchez's budget agreement with Bildu a "declaration of intent" on possible future agreements.

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Feijóo covers the new leadership of the Navarrese PP this week and will negotiate with UPN in January to see if they reissue their pact

In 'Génova' they see Sánchez's budget agreement with Bildu a "declaration of intent" on possible future agreements


The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijoo, will travel to Navarra next Sunday to support the Popular Party in the Foral Community, which will renew its structure with the election of a new president, Javier García, replacing Ana Beltrán. With this new PPN team, it will resume talks with the Unión del Pueblo Navarro (UPN) from January to see if they reissue their pact before the 2023 electoral appointments, according to 'popular' sources.

Feijóo already held a meeting in July with the president of UPN, Javier Esparza, but considers that contacts with that formation should be carried out once the PP has a new organic team, the same sources have specified.

Javier García, regional parliamentarian, will be elected the new president of the party on December 4 in this VIII conclave of the Navarre PP and his 'number two' will be Amelia Salanueva, who currently occupies a seat in the Senate and is in charge of the General Secretariat of the Popular Group in the Upper House.

On that day, Ana Beltrán, who has been in charge of the formation since 2017, will also say goodbye. "It is time to get a new impulse because the party is very relevant for Navarra. It is essential to be able to get rid of the nationalist socialism that we have right now in the government to stand up to that nationalism, which has been in power for too long," he recently said in an appearance in which he confirmed that he would not stand for re-election. NAVARRE, A SYMBOLIC AUTONOMY

In the Foral Community, the PP concurred in the last elections on the Navarra Suma platform, together with UPN and Ciudadanos. With the practical disappearance of the orange formation, the 'populares' and Unión del Pueblo Navarro must now decide whether or not to reissue their pact.

Of course, in the PP they believe that in this negotiation "the initials of the Popular Party must be valued" because Feijóo is on the rise as all the polls prove and the formation must have a similar weight to UPN, add 'popular' sources.

Once the PPN Congress is held and given that Christmas is just around the corner, it will be from January when both formations will sit down to negotiate to see whether or not they sign an electoral pact. The PP and UPN endorsed it from 1991 until the break in 2008, which put an end to 17 years of agreements, although in the 2011 general elections UPN and PP ran together again.

"In this agreement, the PP has to have a bigger gap because the polls are favorable and give a very important increase to the PP", summarizes a 'popular' charge, which emphasizes that all the territories, including Navarra, are benefiting from the so-called 'Feijóo effect'.

In the PP they are betting on a united center-right before next year's elections because, in their opinion, only in this way do they have a chance of unseating the government led by the socialist María Chivite with Geroa Bai and the support of Bildu. In addition, in 'Génova' they see Sánchez's budget agreement with Bildu - with the transfer of the Traffic competence - a "declaration of intent" on possible future pacts between the Socialists and the 'Abertzale' coalition.

"We want to be inclusive, not exclusive," PP sources have told Europa Press, who are in favor of including the wayward UPN deputies Sergio Sayas and Carlos García Adanero, who in their day refused to support Pedro Sánchez's labor reform, against the criteria of the president of UPN.

In the ranks of the PP, who are aware of the differences between Esparza and those two deputies, they assure that the first with whom they will sit down to talk is with the top officials of the Unión del Pueblo Navarro, the sources consulted have underlined.

Last Friday, the general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarra, pointed out that the new leadership of the PP of Navarra "has a lot to say in what the future of the alliances, of the agreements, of the operation of the center right in the Foral Community of Navarre".

"The future or how the center right in Navarra works will have to do with all of us putting the best for this land above ourselves and the PP can guarantee that it will do so," said Gamarra, who pointed out that the coming weeks they will be "important" to "establish the agreements that are necessary for the future".

Gamarra, who thanked Ana Beltrán for her work at the head of the PP of Navarra that will give Javier García the baton, assured that the PP's commitment to Navarra is above its initials and will do its best so that the center right "is strong". against "threats" like Bildu "who seeks to break what is now Navarra". Garcia.

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