Pedro Sanchez, general secretary of PSOE-A, president of Government and Juan Espadas, candidate to preside at Junta de Andalucia were the last to close the election campaign for Andalusian elections. They also called on the socialists to mobilize them to send the polls from Sunday that predicted a defeat to the PSOE-A at polls and "stop" the "right" (referring to PP/Vox).
According to the socialist organization, this is the message that the two socialist leaders tried to communicate to each other during the closing rally for the Andalusian electoral campaign, which is being held Sunday, June 19.
The Ministers of Finance and Public Function, Maria Jesus Montero, and Education and Vocational Training, Pilar alegria, were among those present. Also, the Secretary of Organization for the federal PSOE, Santos Cerdan, the deputy general secretary of the PSOE-A and head the list to Jaen to the Andalusian Parlament, Angeles Ferriz, and Carmen Castilla, the general secretary at the UGT-A, were also present.
Both socialist leaders agreed to appeal to the public that it was the moment of truth. Juan Espadas defended Juan Espadas' claim that socialists have a "dream" that they will "fulfill" on Sunday, if Andalusians permit it. He also highlighted that they are the ones who decide.
The candidate warned that the "right wing" will "find out what Andalusia really is on Sunday, because the Andalusians "will once again give us our trust" in socialists. He also stated that the "polls to the trashbasket, and votes to the ballots" will be sent. Espadas exclaimed, "It's the time for truth, It's the PSOE", so certain that the socialists will "win", and said that he would wait at San Telmo on June 19 to celebrate it>>.
Pedro Sanchez, for his part, concluded his speech by saying that "the truth of June 19 there is only a ballot that can stop right-wing which is that that of the PSOE With Swords at it head". He also called for "nobody to stay home on Sunday and to go "to vote".
Juan Espadas and Pedro Sanchez were both present. Javier Fernandez (general secretary of the PSOE in Seville) and Adela Castano (number two on the PSOE A list for Parliament for Seville), also spoke.
Javier Fernandez stated that the socialists "never" lost the Seville regional elections during 40 years of democracy and that "on Sunday" they will win again in the province "and Andalusia". He also predicted that there would be a mobilization on June 19, which he called the mobilization.
Adela Castano concluded her speech by thanking Juan Espadas for his "campaign", which was developed by the PSOE. She also praised Juan Espadas for his "empathy" and thanked them for "exciting" the socialists as well as all the lessons he had "taught" her.