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Morning session at 19J, neighborhood-by-neighborhood of Granada

Ummmmmmmm! It's finally cold.

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Morning session at 19J, neighborhood-by-neighborhood of Granada

Ummmmmmmm! It's finally cold. It's 9 AM on Sunday, 19J, and you can breathe, live and vote in Granada. The weather has supported the election, even though the Corpus fair, which was put on hold for two years due to the coronavirus pandemic in the Philippines, did not succeed in style. They have graciously descend so that Sunday's Democracy Festival, which combines Sunday with the vote, the paella and migas, is delicious.

Morning session 19J is a neighborhood-by-neighborhood examination of the Alhambra. It aims to provide an Xray of the Granada voting. Everything is possible. You can vote with your flashlights in the Northern District. This is the historic and patrimonial ballot of the Albaicin. It also includes the Zaidin retirees' vote and the Center's grenuo vote.

Representatives from the PSOE are seen in La Paz, with flashlights at their disposal. Pepe Marin

"At the moment, there isn't much movement. But what there is is that many people have come without the census card. They don't even know where they can vote. The census does not have any lists. The best part is that the party (the PSOE), has created a group on WhatsAPP, where you can ask for the DNI without needing a letter. They will tell you:

Location: Pedro Machuca Street, 78

District: 3

Section: 18

Table: B>>

Cristian Martinez Aragon, representative for the PSOE, said that "this is the answer given to the party."

Based on his past experience with the polls, and voting, he doesn't see any differences to previous elections. "There are a few votes, and people have clear ideas about how to vote.

The Institute of Secondary Education of La Paz greets voters with a beautiful mural that explains the center's values: "The IES La Paz provides a space for coexistence, learning and tolerance. It also fosters creativity, imagination, critical thinking, integration, empathy, understanding, friendship and creativity. We invite you all to join us! It has the appearance of a hymn to Democracy's best values, which is the consensus engine of 1978 Constitution.

The PSOE's proxies are ready for anything. They are familiar with them. They are familiar with the area. They know the area and are familiar with it. Last year, during municipal elections, power went out. They had to quickly find a way to use flashlights from their houses to improvise. Loli Cantero says, "This time it won't happen to us." We have flashlights on this time. No. For power outages.

The ballots were taken at the Albaicin school of Gomez Moreno. Pepe Marin

Jaime Sanchez-Llorente Illescas represents the Popular Party. He is wearing a Sunday dress and the white shirt of his hope. However, I have known him for over two decades so I know it is Sunday for him. The day in the Albaicin is a good day. It is quiet and there is a great atmosphere. While we are still waiting on the participation data, the tables seem very lively>>. He claims that there have not been any incidents at Albaicin, and all tables were set up smoothly.

Between 2003 and 2007, he was the president of the Albaicin District Municipal Council. "And those elections, which were the municipal elections in 2007, we won here." He is now waiting for the results. He says, "It would be very happy for me to repeat that result", then he smiles and heads off with the rest.

A peculiar "Parliament of the Albaicin" has been constructed in the small square just before the entrance to the electoral College in Gomez Moreno. The neighbors sat under the shade of trees to discuss their experiences with the election day. Marga Marin, a neighbor activist, says, for instance, that there are many ways to take part in democracy and you must do it today too. This is my impression.

There are only three polling stations in the Albaicin: in the Divino Maestro and Ave Maria Casa Madre, as well as in the Gomez Moreno. For example, the last has only one table and a single urn. This is a great image of the problems in this area, which is World Heritage Site. It has one table and a single urn. "When I was a kid in the Albaicin, there were many more polling stations. "You should take note of the double number of tables at the Gomez Moreno."

Queues for the John XXIII Institution of the Zaidin. Pepe Marin

There is always another 'parliament" when you get to the Juan XXIII Institute. There are now three compromisers from the same parties, namely the PSOE (PP), Vox (Vox) and the PP (PP). We have already taken pulse in the North with PP and the Albaicin together with PSOE, so I ask him his impressions on the Vox deputy, outgoing deputy to the Andalusian Parlament. He now says that there is "one more citizen" who, in principle, declines to make policies statements.

He said that he was looking forward to voters going to the polls because it is the only way to move the country forward. They also refer to Macarena Olona's official statements, which were made at the moment of voting. She said that while she does see a lot of retired voters vote, "I miss more young people."

He believes that good weather has driven many people to the Coast. "And I presume there will be a traffic crash on the way back. Since the polling stations close around eight in the afternoon many might still not be able to vote."

After half an hour, we arrive at the Juan XXIII Institute's polling station and the first line to vote. Because the trees provide shade, people wait calmly. It is a pleasant atmosphere. "Today is the day for coexistence," shouts a woman, and she responds: "Because all the neighbours are together in one place."

Algarabia, retranca, and others also shake hands. Proxy comments that we won't say the party this year, because You have caught a Vox fluke. He is just arriving and is now leaving, as he is doing the rounds. We haven't seen the Adelante Andalucia or Por Andalucia since this morning. You will need to search for them from Citizens using a magnifying lens.

Realejo nuns line up to vote at Hurtado's polling station. / A.C.

Everyone in the Realejo neighborhood knows who the first voters are. They are the ones who never fail. They are the nuns in the neighborhood. They are black and wear headdresses. This creates plasticity in the images they take, which then allow them to patiently wait with their ballots. These charming scenes were repeated at the Hurtado School on Molinos del Realejo Street, for instance.

This polling station was extremely quiet and peaceful. The polling station was quiet and calm at the beginning of the morning. With most of the neighborhood's traditional cafeterias and bars closed, voters who were already registered went to Plaza de la Mariana to enjoy the chocolate with churros. They could also buy them to enjoy at home.

The crowds began to gather towards noon, and the queues started to form. This was the ceremony that preceded the Sunday aperitif at the Campo del Principe, or any other establishment in the Grenuo neighbourhood.

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