There is not a day that Pablo Casado does not get a scare when starting his work day. He was in the control session of the Government in Congress attentive to what could happen in the trial of box B of the PP. “Spain is going to ruin and the only thing its government does is fight each other,” he told Pedro Sánchez. Suddenly his cell phone started to burn. The so-called Frankenstein Government was in their ranks. Ciudadanos had presented in Murcia a motion of censure together with the PSOE against the autonomous government of which it is part and which is chaired by the PP. From that moment, events rushed into a mad race in which everyone tried to get ahead of what their rivals did. The jewel in Casado’s crown – the Government of Madrid – was blown up a few hours later when its president decided to call early elections.