Without being asked, the president of the PP, Pablo Casado, went ahead and predicted possible postelectoral pacts in the event that general elections are called this spring, without ruling anything out. "We will have the capacity to reach agreements in the event that we do not achieve the necessary majority," Casado assured in a press conference from the Congress after the budget debate.
The PP, which after the Andalusian elections reached agreements with Citizens and Vox, to govern the Board, is preparing to reproduce this pact at Spanish level. This is what Casado has made clear by assuring that the party is willing to "lead" an "alternative government that does not depend on the independence."
The president of the popular has suggested that the call for elections is imminent and, in any case, has considered that the debate of the Budget this week has marked "the end of the path of Pedro Sánchez at the head of the Government." For all these reasons, he stated that the convocation is "unplayable" and has been put in a pre-election mode by declaring that "Spain deserves a better government".
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