Whatever this 28M is, there will be a reading of the election result in the national key. With half a year to go before the general election, all parties—left to right—are working to preview what will happen at the end of the year for this appointment. Socialists aspire to revive nine autonomous governments, But according to most surveys, popular people are on their heels in at least three areas. He PP wants to snatch some of its fiefdoms from PSOE With candidates who, in some cases, appear for the first time to take the test at the election.
In Genoa, they hope that the map of Spain will be painted blue on the night of 28 May. The objective is to prevail as the most voted for their candidates from north to south and allow the consolidation of a change in trend that paves the way for Moncloa for Alberto Núñez Feijoa. In Faraj, they look strong. He PSOE believes it is possible to maintain the Valencian Community, one of the major sections of these elections and even wins the Barcelona City Council. For the Socialists, it would be insurance for Pedro Sánchez to have his government revalidated for the next legislature. without forgetting that whoever manages to impose himself third political force In our country -VOX or Podemos-, can upset the balance For a future central government headed by Sanchez or Feijoo.
12 autonomies at stake, 9 currently in PSOE’s hands
socialist party rule where elections are held in the nine autonomous communities This 28 May. They are Aragon, Asturias, the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Castilla-La Mancha, the Valencian Community, Extremadura, La Rioja and Navarra. The Populares, on the other hand, currently have only two autonomous governments, those of Madrid and Murcia. Moreover, from the autonomous city of Ceuta.
In Cantabria, the regional government is in the hands of the Regional Party of Cantabria, led by Miguel Ángel Revilla, which governs in coalition with the Cantabrian PSOE. and in melilla, the current president of the autonomous city is Eduardo de Castro. He managed to oust PP in 2019 after nearly two decades of rule under the Ciudadanos brand. But in the year 2021, he was expelled from the Orange Party for hiding his allegation in a case of excuses. Since then, he has presided over Melilla independently.
Some new FEISU candidates against the socialist baron who avoided Sanchez
Socialist veterans such as the Castilian-La Mancha, Emiliano García-Paige, or the Aragonese, Javier Lambán, start with a decided advantage over the regional leaders of the PP, who have been appointed by the Popular Party’s president, Alberto Núñez Feijoa, with almost a majority . , as always, The chairmanship of executive officers confers a privileged position In any electoral campaign and by that tactic they count, for example, Page or Lambón against their popular opponents Paco Núñez or Jorge Azcon.
They PSOE Baron, So far, the regional presidents defend institutional stability in this campaign. They stick their chest out over some government approved measures against inflation or increase in pension, But in some cases distanced himself from President Sanchez and its most controversial reforms such as the crime of sedition, embezzlement or the failed law of ‘only yes is yes’.
Valencian Community, one of the main places
The main parties have identified as one of the priority sections of these regional elections, the Valencian Community, Currently held by socialist Zimo Puig, The PSOE governs the region in alliance with Kompromis and Unides Podem. However, surveys have predicted a tight result. PSOE and PP turn on all their efforts To seize the Valencian government.
Both believe that the result could be in line with the next general elections. At this point, the right and left blocs are practically even in the polls. So much so that the result could be decided by a handful of votes. Besides, united we can -The purple brand in the Valencian Community- runs the risk of not exceeding the required 5% Popular may be very close to taking over the regional government if they do not achieve it in order to gain parliamentary representation.