The Popular Party and the Citizens are looking for an agreement "of 47 seats to govern Andalusia, that is, those who add together the two parties. The leader of the PP, Paul Married, this Tuesday did not rule out offering firms to Vox in that eventual Government, which now ensures that their negotiation is only with the party, Albert Rivera, not with Vox. "My partner is Citizens", he stressed Married in informal conversation with journalists in acts of homage to the 40th anniversary of the Constitution.
Both parties are divided over who to ask after the support to complete the 55 seats of the absolute majority in the andalusian Parliament: while Rivera wants the PSOE will refrain, Married seeks the support of the formation of extreme right, although now reduced to an external support.
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"Vox is not going to want to enter the Government”, he Married, while on Tuesday said in RNE that, following the agreement with Citizens, "Vox will have to decide if you have a passive position, that is to say, to abstain from and facilitate it, or turn”, suggesting that he offered to enter into the Executive. The popular try not to overdo exposing their harmony with Vox so as not to complicate a rapprochement of Citizens, because for Rivera the priority is for the PSOE to facilitate the endowment, not Vox. Citizens believe that the socialists could end up failing if they determines, in part, the legislature.
The first meeting between the teams of PP and Citizens will take place next week, after the first contact that they have maintained since the secretaries-general, Teodoro García Egea and José Manuel Villegas. In a little over two weeks the agreement should be closed, because on the 27th of December is the Table of the Parliament andalusian, and both PP and Citizens seek a "comprehensive agreement", which includes the Bureau of the Parliament and the investiture, according to recognized Married and support sources of Citizens.
at the moment, the two collide in who should be the president of the future joint Government, because both claim the presidency for himself. But the leader of the PP believes that the agreement is possible. “My good relationship with Rivera's help,” has entrusted to Married.