The president of the PNV, Andoni Ortuzar, has warned the PSOE that “either seek an agreement with the PNV and with Junts, or things will not work out” because this legislature “is going to be different.” “There has to be a certain consensus, a certain understanding of how to order this between Sánchez, Euskadi and Catalonia” since the numbers give the socialist candidate because there are two realities: the Catalan nationalist and sovereignist parties, and the nationalist parties “, Ortuzar stated in an interview in Deia.
For this reason, the Peneuvist maintains, “we should be able to at least articulate the procedure between the three parties so as not to short-circuit each other.” He has assured that there are already conversations about this and that the PNV has “a well-oiled relationship with Junts, which in this last stretch is closer” and “fluid” with Carles Puigdemont, while at the same time he has assured that he sees that formation “open to the negotiation”. Puigdemont’s position “was consistent with what Junts has defended” to sit at a table. “I see Junts’ position open to dialogue”, although it is going to be “a difficult dialogue”, since “in front of us sit those who launched 155″, he has reflected.
Ortuzar has referred to the day after the possible investiture of Pedro Sánchez. “We are all aware that at the table we must find a common project” and “above all, the day after the investiture, why do we make Sánchez president?” “Surely there will be a small gap in the minds of Sánchez and Bolaños for the repetition of elections, thinking that they can still improve their position,” he said, warning that “it would be a miscalculation because the conditions are met.” and there are enough wickers.”
The president of the PNV has ruled out that the critical voices that within the PSOE question the amnesty and the negotiation with Junts are going to condition Sánchez. “After the primaries in which Sánchez defeated the party apparatus, the PSOE is a different PSOE.” “The other voices will be respected voices, more or less loved, but I don’t think they will move the PSOE militancy today,” he said. Furthermore, an agreement with PNV and with Junts, in this legislature in which Sumar is also present, which “is not Podemos”, takes us “to a more balanced stage than we had” in the last legislature. Ortuzar has described the group led by Ione Belarra as having been “a polarizer of debates”, to which “Bildu and ERC succumbed quite a bit”. For this reason, “either they seek an agreement with the PNV and with Junts, or things will not work out. The logic that existed in the previous legislature was towards the extremes,” he stated.
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