One day after the historic elections to the Andalusian Parliament, political leaders and analysts try to find answers to the registered turnaround, which has turned the PP into the hegemonic party, has led the PSOE to the worst result in its history in the region, has curbed expectations of Vox, has ratified the death by starvation of Ciudadanos and has confirmed the debacle of a disunited left and without a project. Before transposing these data at the national level, there are some clear lessons that can be drawn from a day that, without a doubt, marks the beginning of a change of cycle in Spanish politics.
These are my main conclusions:
It has been the great historical error of the great national parties. Every time PSOE or PP have wanted to impose their criteria