The president of the Community of Madrid and the PP candidate for re-election, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, faces her only election debate this Tuesday, in a challenge not to make mistakes with the constitution with representation in the Assembly on May 28. is with melee’ with the rest of the formations, which will likely be in the crosshairs of their attacks.
With favorable polls that point to their victory in the next appointment with the polls by a large majority, on the threshold of an absolute majority, the five debates celebrated this Tuesday by Telemadrid will be a unique opportunity in the campaign for both left-wing formations – -More Madrid, Podemos-IU-Alianza Verde– As on the right, Vox, PP try to increase their support at the expense of the head of the list, CS has already disappeared from the political board.
Also at stake, and no less important, is the role of the leader of the opposition which now holds Más Madrid but which is eager to recover the PSOE led by Juan Lobato, holding weekly ‘face-to-face’ meetings in the Madrid Assembly. Despite, making his debut in this format. Mónica García will try to ‘eat the land’ from Ayuso, who will once again focus his campaign on Spain and make ugly the lack of management of the problems of the people of Madrid.
The five candidates, in order of representation in the Madrid Assembly, have arrived in Telemadrid facilities in stages from 8:30 p.m. They have all done so by car, accompanied by their campaign teams and advisers – including the Socialist candidate, Juan Lobato, with his wife – and have been received by Telemadrid’s provisional administrator, José Antonio Sánchez.
A debate moderated by journalist Victor Arribas that will feature four women and only one man, socialist Juan Lobato. The Vox candidate, Rocío Monasterio, and the regional president, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, thus face their third debate, the leader of Más Madrid, Mónica García, the second, and the head of the PSOE-M and Podemos list, Alejandra Jacinto, they continued .
presentation of each candidate
The person who started the debate has been the candidate of Más Madrid, Mónica García, who has presented herself in these elections with “the same commitment and responsibility” that she had two years ago, in the face of “the noise of her plans”.
In his opinion, there are people who want to “use” this campaign to steal the talk about Madrid, “about residences, psychiatry and the future”. Despite this, García has assured that he will be in charge of participating in a debate “pleasant and very useful for the people of Madrid”.
Subsequently, the president of the Community of Madrid and PP candidate for re-election, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has defended that the region is Spain’s economic engine, with policies “based on work, respect, defense and freedom” and health care. With “the best in Spain”, education, transport and employment.
The regional leader launched, “You always have to reform (…) On 28 May you will have to decide between an ambitious community managed by the PP or those who are willing to raise taxes, vote for ETA or give houses to squatters.” propose.”
For his part, the PSOE candidate, Juan Lobato, has assured that he wants to carry out proposals to “raise the level” so that Madrid can improve. In this debate, the Socialist candidate is going to present his “clear proposals” in a “calm” manner trying to govern “with seriousness and solvency”. Although “attacks and insults” are heard, he assures that he is not going to enter into them.
Jacinto, dressed in a lilac suit, said in the opening minutes that after 30 years of PP governments, Madrid “deserves a change to lower rental prices, to have more pediatricians and psychologists in health centers, to defend public education ” Or the ladies have time to enjoy themselves”. I stand against the model that has it in for itself,” he said.
For his part, Monasterio warns in his first speech that Madrid is “not the hell” that “colors” a leftist that has “betrayed the workers”, but neither is the “paradise” that other “dailies Let’s make.
Thus, the monasterio has addressed the people of Madrid to ask whether they believe that health has “improved” in recent years or if it is “easier to observe the lent.” They have also asked families whether they feel “educational quality” has increased or not, or on the contrary, “they have to see to it that children are not given education.”
Finally, he has questioned whether they enjoy “safe neighborhoods” or “in-person and effective administration”, rather than simply knowing “the reason for prohibitions, restrictions and fines”. “We need security, affordable housing and quality services in the neighbourhood,” he remarked, after which he concluded that this would only be possible “with a strong tone”.