Juanma Moreno (PP-A) stated Tuesday that he is only thinking about achieving a Social Majority in the Vox elections on June 19, which will allow him to be the sole governor. He also said that "parliamentary arithmetic does not interest" him at the moment.
Moreno made it clear to journalists while he was visiting an olive cooperative in Torredelcampo, (Jaen) that he is only interested in building a sufficient majority to allow Andalusians to have strong government. It is certain.
According to Moreno, "I am certain that I can win the elections with sufficient majority and we believe we can do so in the company of Andalusia citizens. I will not link myself to any political forces because it would be absurd."
"I don’t do any type parliamentary arithmetic, it would be absurd and whoever does it in middle of the electoral campaign, is because he considers him lost," he said, adding that those who spend all day doing math aren't thinking about winning the elections.
He insists that he is the only one thinking about achieving social majority, while others think about how to agree and what chairs.I am far away from the feedback that PSOE, Vox, and PSOE have, and that is outside of the Andalusians.
Moreno felt that Olona's pact offer to him yesterday at RTVA was more a "coup" than anything.
He insists that his goal is to create a strong, solid government and not be tied to any other forces. He appealed to the people's common sense and the sense of opportunity, as now is the right time to vote for the PP.
However, Moreno indicated that he does not hide the PP brand -after socialists have accuseded him of it -but that Juan Espadas, the PSOE A candidate, "hides three former presidents" and thirty years of socialist management>>, which are not visible anywhere in his campaign. He pointed out that he is ashamed of something such as the fact that none of these former presidents appears anywhere.
Juanma Moreno appealed to Andalusians on June 19 to vote "in liberty", despite the fact there are other candidates saying what they want to do.
"That they vote freely, and above all that aren't afraid," stated the president. Some formations attempt to "introduce fear" as a form of electoral coercion.