With a list for 2019 based on that, jose antonio cacabellos rico He made history again, as the socialist once again won election to the O’Grove City Council and, as he takes office, could become the only mayor in a democracy to be able to govern for four terms, three of which are continuous.
But this time the taste of victory is bitter, Since the absolute majority that he had enjoyed in the last four years, he lost it after leaving two councilors min., With 2,225 votes, the PSOE also suffered setbacks experienced in other parts of the region in O’Grove and with eight minutes to spare.
Cacabellos, Councilor for Works and the Environment, with María de los Ángeles Domínguez Fernández, Santiago Marcelino Meis Otero, Noemi Outeda, Juan Ramón Outeda Montenegro, María del Pilar Gallinanes Castro, Juan Otero Otero and Francisco Manuel Parada Carbala (Quito).
Pablo Leiva’s PP will remain in opposition, which has not managed to restore his party to its past glory, but which, at least, prevents it from bleeding to death. He wins one councilor’s act as compared to 2019 and stands with four.
The day’s other winner is José Antonio Otero González of Esquerda Unida, who goes two to three minutes., while BNG remains as the last force with two. The testimonials, and without any authority, have been 197 votes for the Galleguista party or 85 for Podemos.
After seeing what has been seen, José Cacaballos is preparing to hold talks with the opposition to see whether to form a coalition government, though without ruling out ruling in the minority, as he has done in the past. .
In fact, he had already experienced both sources, because after venturing into politics in 2006, he won election for the PSOE only a few months later, forming a quadrangle that didn’t quite work out.
Therefore, in 2011 the same person from whom he had taken it four years earlier, the conservative Miguel Pérez, who returned the play with a tripartite, forfeited it.
After spending the 2011–2015 term in opposition, the Socialist had a second victory, and was so significant that, even though it was in the minority, it wanted to govern alone.
And it turned out well for him, as in 2019 he not only created history by repeating his victory, but also won an absolute majority, something never seen before in the city of Mecca.
A new panorama now opens up after the defeat of 900 votes as compared to the last elections. The socialist leader explains, “The problem is that about five hundred of our voters stayed at home – probably because they saw him win – and they could give us the full again.”
before remembering that his list is still the one with the most votes and that now is “the time to analyze mistakes, such as the lack of closeness with the people.”
Cacaballos ends by asking for a global analysis of PSOEs in Galicia and Spain, assuring that “what is happening in the country may take its toll on us, not so much in O’Grove, but in many other places where we Had to suffer loss.
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