The PSOE confirmed this week its election strategy against the PP. He concentrated his militancy in La Coruña to activate the electoral machinery and arouse progressive voters to go out and vote, at the same time as he mobilized voters associated with the Galician nationalist bloc, from where he saw a possible escape to of the socialists.
With these wicks, this Saturday the candidate for the president of the Xunta de Galicia, José Ramón Gómez Basteiro, is preparing his militancy where in a national key, he accuses the popular “unforgiveness” Pedro Sánchez “seeking the solution for the many and not just the few. The socialists believe that the popular people should “rethink” their relationship with Vox and before the elections in Galicia they see a candidate for the Xunta, Alfonso Rueda, who is preparing a national campaign, after knowing that there is the highest representation of high officials popular in Galicia with up to three electoral caravans; by Alberto Núñez Feijóo, Alfonso Rueda and Mariano Rajoy. In Ferraz, they consider that this fact does not bother them because “we are good at national campaigns.” So they go out and see the “party” when they mobilize the voters as a whole – the election.
In an open forum on “Modernization and reindustrialization”, the deputy secretary general of the PSOE and first vice president of the Government, María Jesús Montero, defended the need for “regional governments to row in the same direction” as Europe and the Government of Spain and proclaimed that “a better Galicia is possible” with Besteiro as “president” starting next February 18.
The socialist minister accused Feijóo “of coming to politics as a man of management and consensus” and criticized, as the party’s mantra, “that the PP does not recognize the legitimacy of the president.” Montero sees the popular strategy of “playing confrontation, creating distrust.” Using arguments, they were sentenced for “no project.”
For his part, the socialist candidate for the Xunta compared the management carried out by the Popular Party to the economic crisis carried out by the Sánchez Government in the pandemic to ensure that “a better Galicia is possible.” He promised to work until February 18 to convey the message that “a better Galicia is possible” and defended the need to work for “a government that does not lie.” “”That is what we will fight for. We will clean the beaches, but we must also clean the PP pollution, which is the pollution of lies,” he said.