"Sánchez has never wanted the support of the PP". The president of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado, responded on Monday with those words to the insistence of the president of the Xunta de Galicia, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, calling for a coalition government between PSOE and PP.
Feijóo, one of the barons with greater institutional power of the PP, assured Sunday in a interview in ABC: "If in Spain we did not have a series of teenage politicians who have been given a Ferrari of 47 million passengers and are about to crash it, if we had statesmen, I am sure there could be a coalition government."
Casado assured Monday, during an informative breakfast of the president of Castilla y León, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, that the PP has maintained a "presponsible, generous ossification, always ready for dialogue "and" has given all the facilities so that this blockage could be solved ".
However, he insisted on the 'no' to a possible investiture of Sánchez. "An abstention of the PP is insufficient," he said, in a clear response to Feijóo. "Sánchez has never wanted the support of the PP because he has not offered a large coalition like the one we offered in 2015. The problem is that he has never been interested in any type of agreement with the PP," he insisted.
In addition, in the opinion of the leader of the PP, the CIS indicates that the popular electorate "would never" understand that abstention because Sánchez "has played with the Spaniards, has wanted to continue as president to finance the electoral campaign."
"We have done what we had to do. We have not been able to do more," concluded Casado, who has paraphrased Maura: "For me that is not left. For us it was not left, we did everything possible."
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