PSOE does not see the electoral results in Andalusia as a warning for navigators. According to his assistants, there was a sense of sadness and even "mourning" in the federal executive Monday, particularly among Andalusian leaders. Pedro Sanchez, who is not prone to despair, was "affected" at the meeting by Juan Espadas's unmitigated defeat. Espadas was the candidate Pedro Sanchez helped to promote against Susana Diaz, a socialist bastion. However, it is not clear that these feelings are often accompanied by concern about the future electoral prospects.
This Monday, the Socialists raced to contain in Andalusian territory an enormous symbolism. After 37 years of Government, they lost their Board to a coalition of PP, Cs and Vox. However, this was their worst result - just more than a million votes, 27.9% total, 33 seats - while still retaining the first place. He hoped that they would be able to do what Guillermo Fernandez Vara in Extremadura and Emiliano Garcia-Page had done in Castilla–La Mancha, namely make the popular Executive a parenthesis in the history. It was far from being achieved. The soil of the Federation, on which the PSOE traditionally has based its victories at the general elections, fell to 883 707 votes on Sunday, 24% of total and 30 seats. Juanma Moreno won a solid absolute majority.
Ferraz was one of the most senior executives in recent history, proving that the subject is important. Many voices spoke out in favor of a "reflection" that would help us understand the events. Some came from outside the Executive such as the presidents Javier Lamban and Asturias, Adrian Barbon. No one admits that any data can ever be extrapolated. >.
Felipe Sicilia is the spokesperson for the PSOE. >
Javier Lamban, President of Aragon. >
Sanchez disregarded the popular analysis that the cycle is changing and ruled out any chance of an early election. Felipe Sicilia, the spokesperson for management, stated that Sanchez has said that the Government is strong and solid, that there is a legislature up to the end, and that it is now that we need to show that our concern about the public is to solve the crisis caused by war in Ukraine.
Juanma Moreno was a leader who admitted that he campaigned intelligently and with a low profile. He also knew how to be the center of attention. They aren't sure if they should take it as a given that Juanma Moreno, CIS included in the polls, was able to draw a socialist vote to end Vox. It is not significant to them that the popular leader received around 172,000.00 more votes Sunday than Ciudadanos and he did in 2018. The extreme right has also grown, though in a limited manner. They point to the increase in votes as a result of the new voters. "There has not been any transfer, Sicilia insists - there has been a clear abstention by our voters."
Although little is known about the reasons for the demobilization, the PSOE leadership holds on to it in hopes that it can be reversed. They also claim that Juan Espadas, the same candidate, will make it possible. This was because that was another key to Monday's meeting: the staging a closing of ranks and the general secretary to the PSOE-A in order to avoid any temptation to reopen a organic battle at the gates to a new election year. Officially, Espadas is considered a great candidate but was unable to complete his project because of a torticero election advance.