The PP maintains its offer to reach a programmatic agreement with Vox in Murcia
The PP insisted this Monday, after the meeting of the Council of Spokespersons of the Murcia Assembly, that it is open to talking with Vox to reach a programmatic agreement and find “common points” of the electoral programs that allow them to “reach an agreement and make possible a stable government”, said the spokesman of the Popular Parliamentary Group, Joaquín Segado, who reported that they will propose the current president, Fernando López Miras, as candidate for the presidency of the Community.
“[La oferta es] sit down to talk and I’m sure we can find common points that will allow us to reach an agreement and that will make possible a stable government with a programmatic agreement”, said Segado. The popular spokesman indicated that, with the votes obtained by the PP, López Miras, two abstentions would be enough to take the oath as president of the Community.
In this sense, he recalled that two years ago there was a very similar situation in the Community of Madrid, when Isabel Díaz Ayuso obtained 44% of the votes and lost five seats under an absolute majority. “At that moment, the Vox parliamentary group of Madrid voted in favor of the investiture because it understood that the result was strong enough to support that candidacy,” he said before appealing to “the same sentiment that served Madrid two years ago to also serve in the Region of Murcia”.
From Vox, its parliamentary spokesman, José Ángel Antelo, reiterated that his hand “has been extended since the day of the elections. To date there has not been any kind of negotiation, but we hope that there will be because the Region has said we who must reach an agreement and who must form a stable government representing more than 60% of the votes. This is the mandate of the polls, we have heard it since day one and there are people who are it will take more time per hour to hear it , but we hope you hear it because otherwise it would not be understood”.