It often happens in the election campaign that the more problems a party has, the cooler its leader is. For this reason, Santiago Abascal announced in Marbella last week that “Vox puncture will become ball throwing,” certainly inspired by his idea that explaining something to Andalusians is nothing better than talking about bulls. There is no doubt that Vox is meeting the last days of the Andalusian campaign with less expectations than it started.
The Imperial Song of Glory began when Macarena Olona stood in front of a statue of Isabel La Catholica, with a message her followers had been waiting for: “Vox wins. From Granada I declare at the feet of Isabel La Catholica that Spain is F. From there everything went downhill.
Luckily he could not reach the end and did not accept it as his own Legend has it that Queen Elizabeth Promised her wardrobe before the war. I will not change my shirt until we conquer Granada. Against the backdrop of this heat, journalists would find it difficult to approach Olona for the typical Canutazo. There is a limit to the number of victims that campaign journalists may claim.
After achieving good results with an unknown candidate in Castilla y Le ლეn, Vox hoped to break the hammer of red heretics in Congress on Olona’s chair. He found that shouting in the rostrum of Congress has a far greater impact than shouting at rallies, where the truth is that every candidate shouts until he loses his vote. In an almost unprecedented move, Olona went missing for three days during the campaign, with no rallies planned on her schedule. Vox responded to another media manipulation as he planned to visit an avocado plantation and street market in those days. Typical places where elections are won.
Chuleria, which is not lacking. Olona boasted that Moreno would be his vice president on the board. The shock of reality is more difficult in a campaign. At last Abaskal renounced re-conquests and other tricks and applied the numbers in a way he had never done before. To make it clear that Vox will not support Moreno’s government in which he is not present, he said this week that his demand does not depend on the outcome of the seats. He even hypothesized that Vox could stay in the lower zone of the fork, which some polls give him. If they are to be satisfied with 15 seats, a small increase that is not enough to compare to any of the queens of the past, they also demand a coalition government like Castile and Leon. “Whoever wants, let’s vote, “They voted for PP,” Abaskal said this week.
A long time has passed since the 2019 regional elections, when Vox did not have enough courage to negotiate hard with the PP. In the face of whether PP was in favor of electing Isabel Diaz Ayuso in Madrid, Federico Jimenez Losantos beat Ivan Espinoza de los Monteros in such a way that they almost had to pull the MP out of the radio studio on a stretcher. Now, after being hired as an accelerator in Andalusia, Abascal is working as vice president of a hypothetical government headed by Alberto Nunez Feio. Not at all the party decided to say yes to entering real power, in the same place where the leaders are melting into the far-right parties of Italy and Austria that have taken this step. There is no going back for Vox.
The new leadership of the PP tried to make a pact with Vox in Castile and Leon as if all this were happening in a distant Asian republic. Something that did not concern him. Fayo gave Manueco a free pass in the negotiations and ignored the issue. With Andalusia it will not be so easy. It is an autonomous society that has more political weight and the party leader there is his main partner in the PP. Be that as it may, Feio will inevitably put himself in profile again, according to his strategy, that the regional barons should make their decisions so as not to wait for Genoa to tell them what step to take at each moment. For the same reason, the national leadership is not responsible for what happens there.
This is Feijo’s maximum since he was president of the junta. Any decision I should not make should not harm me. As for the decisions that only I can make, the later, the better and rougher the question. If the PP-Vox government is formed in Andalusia, it will be impossible for it to continue this simulation exercise in which experience cannot be denied.
Moreno Bonilla played by not answering reporters’ questions about a government he could lead. He does nothing but brag about how well the polls turn out and at the same time refuse to accept the conclusions that these polls represent. If asked if he would form a government with Vox, he answers why he is in a hurry. “I can repeat it a hundred million times. When I go to the river, I cross the bridge,” is one of his favorite answers.
He does not seem to know that one liner loses brilliance when repeated ten times, let alone a hundred million.
The enigma has no level of intrigue in Agatha Christie’s novel. The PP needs the Andalusian elections to offer it a message of success, which means forming a government after a clear increase in votes, not to be caught up in electoral re-election, which makes one think that the same will happen in the national elections.
Moreno said Wednesday that the “red line is the provision of autonomy.” The only thing that was missing was that the president of the regional government said something else. At least a little more specific. Through an impassable red line, he referred to climate change and violence against women. As if this would help him a lot at Vox. The controversy over the alleged sex education book Olona brought up in the Canal Sur debate, which the council never actually used, confirmed how her future partner spends it.
Olona, who appears in El Intermedio, is proud to be her most famous face “A Mix of Tempter and Serial Killer.” The problem with Moreno and Feijo is that they are not sure it’s a parody.
Source: El Diario