Juan Espadas, general secretary of PSOE-A, and candidate for Presidency of Board in the Andalusian election on June 19, has indicated that he will be facing the final stretch in his campaign for those elections. He is excited, very satisfied>>, and with the belief that the work done in these two weeks will bear fruit>>
Juan Espadas has described it this way in a media interview. He was visiting the Pesasur canning business in Ayamonte in Huelva.
When asked about his feelings at the end of the campaign, socialist candidate said that it could seem like he had "come up" and that he prefers not to "give clues to my enemies".
He said, "I like to play with my strategies," before noting that he believes the Andalusian Sociists have "completely failed in the campaign." He said, "I believe we have mounted an effort of truth and conviction that a project can only be carried out when its protagonists, the citizens, feel summoned, challenged, and made protagonists of it."
He claimed that there was a time when "for weeks" there were people who were not sure about the profile of the campaign or if it should exist. In the PSOE-A, they were "very clear that there was an opportunity for the PSOE with a new project, still needing time, and with new candidates, it had had to be extremely intense>>.
Juan Espadas said that the election campaign was "even more intense" and added that it had allowed the party to unify more than ever after "many months of congresses, decisions in the internal area>>>".
Espadas said that "we knew very well" that we took on our responsibilities as citizens and that the moment came when we had to work exclusively to recover the trust from the Andalusians. Espadas also stated that he has found that he is able to do it "like a machine like Mr. (Juanma). Moreno fears, and that he succeeds in achieving his goals.
The socialist candidate assumed that June 19 would see an increase in "the participation rate" among citizens. It will also be evident that the "progressive vote is mobilized, and this time it will not stay at home. Because no progressive, no one who clearly has a commitment towards Andalusia, has been hurt by public services, or has suffered what we have experienced these three and a quarter years", he will cease voting.
Espadas says that the Socialists "succeeded in identifying, listening, and making proposals to those that really tell us on-the street that they want something else, that we want Andalusia to work, and that this Government, the current one is not the solution' and that "we want a government that is committed To Andalusia
Espadas added, "So I am very satisfied, absolutely excited>>" and said that he felt "those sensations which have sometimes occurred in my life in other times when everyone told me, "hey, how hard it is." He believes that "when you're exhausted from all you've done, and there's nothing left to do you have the peace and mind that that sure will pay off."
"And generally, when it has happened to me in my life, it has been fruitful," Swords stated. He also said that he was "confident" June 19 will be another one of those nights and that someone "is not going to have fun" with reference to people who "took everything for granted" and "were too arrogant to judge, and to those who must be listened" according to the PSOE-A leader. He concluded by saying that the "what the Andalusians decide at the polls is well determined" because "socialists are always respectful of citizens.