The secretary general of CCOO, Unai Sordo, has asked for a leftist government to be formed according to the correlation of forces that have left the polls, and has urged the PSOE and United We can not repeat "the old mistakes because these last six months they have been a nonsense. "
Speaking to TVE on Monday, Sordo said that after the election result on November 10 "it is up to the leftist parties not to repeat the old mistakes", and has considered that Spain is in a moment of political exceptionalism and that "Neither mathematically nor politically is a government of the three rights possible."
"A new political blockade cannot be allowed," he has settled, after considering that "there is a second chance that requires agreements with more strength" especially after the "enormous fragmentation" of parliamentary representation.
In his opinion, this fragmentation will be aggravated if there are no social policies that spill the country and society, since he has considered that after the elections the nationalist parties and territorial-based forces have been reinforced.
Sordo sees a possible investiture agreement, although complicated, but above all he has asked for stability in the legislature and has said that before a moment of economic slowdown we must begin to negotiate a program between the parties of the left that focus their measures on the market labor, in the fiscal model and in guaranteeing pensions.
He has insisted that it is not the time for "red lines" but for a progressive government, since although there has been "a certain punishment for the PSOE and United We Can, it has not been a great punishment."
The CCOO leader is also concerned about the emergence of Vox and the increase in abstention that has been recorded.
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