The PSOE of Andalusia showed its support for the negotiations carried out for the establishment of a new government of progress for Spain, “from the confidence that everything agreed will be within the framework of the Spanish Constitution. ” In this framework, the Andalusian socialists “will request for our land any improvement in financing or in the distribution of powers put on the table in this new territorial debate.” “We don’t want to be better than others, but we want to be like others.”
In this sense, “we give our vote of confidence in the work of the general secretary of the PSOE, Pedro Sánchez, to build a progressive government project that implements the mandate issued in the polls of July 23.” The election results were not accepted by the PP, which also did not get the necessary support for the investment of Feijóo, “which in fact what it wants is a second chance.” “The issue is not the amnesty, the problem in Spain is that the PP does not accept the democratic legitimacy of a government that is not its own,” said the Andalusian socialists, who continued that “the PP is not concerned with Spain but with power and To achieve this they need the PSOE to disappear.” “They oppose our development agenda because the economic interests that drive them are not ready to advance a country like ours with social justice,” they added.
In the same sense, they assured that “the PP stands as the interpreter of the Constitution and the Rule of Law and tells us what other political forces can and cannot agree to.” Therefore, they maintained that the PP wants to value its inability to dialogue and find agreements. “They do not realize that this country cannot be governed without that and that if the citizens wanted a PP-Vox agreement with the government they should have voted for it.” The PSOE-A affirms that Spain is a “complex country, its history” and the “want to govern it from arrogance or imposition that does not include political forces with a strong representation of those territory like Catalonia or Euskadi is a mistake, it produces a social fracture that prevents the development of coexistence and that weakens Spain.”
In the opinion of the Andalusian socialists, we are in a “historic moment” where “we must decide if we will rebuild what has been broken by others, with generosity and return to partnership, togetherness and think about what unites us more than what separates us or us. destroy all bridges”. “The requirements for this cannot be other than a commitment by everyone to return to the path of respect and the Constitution and, on the other hand, everyone who continues while maintaining the principle of equality between territories as a basic backbone ,” they added.
Finally, the Andalusian socialists continued that “only by guaranteeing equality between all the territories can we guarantee a common project for a strong Spain and that is what the PSOE has done in these four years and what will continue to be done; that is why from Andalusia as a community the largest in Spain, we support it and we will continue to support it.