The PP is open to "an electoral repetition to not agree with Vox." Santiago Abascal sent this notice Tuesday, before the Castilian Leon president and the national leadership of PP. They stated that they don't consider the possibility of governing with the far-right party.
Vox will vote against Manueco's investiture as long as his conditions for co-governance in Castilla y Leon have not been accepted. He said that he will not fall for the "blackmail" by the PP to surrender his support "for nothing" and without a government deal. Vox, he said, has "the right and the duty" to be a member of the Regional Executive. Abascal stated that his negotiation position is open and, although he claimed the vice presidency on Sunday night for his candidate, he was qualified. In an interview with Esradio, he stated that he had not formalized any demands.
Sources close to Abascal claim that he is calm and confident that the popular ones will either agree to his party or they won't be able to govern as they won't achieve the complicity from the PSOE nor an agreement with provincial forces. A minority government and instability in this unlikely scenario would be condemned.
Manueco will lose the first vote in the investiture if the PP fails to close a pact that it has with Vox. This is because the candidate must have the absolute majority of regional courts. The date is not set because the Statute of Autonomy states that the Legislative Chamber must be constituted within one month of the election. That is, from March 13th. The term for investiture begins fifteen days after the Courts are constituted. He has two months to pass the first exam. If he fails, new elections will be called.
Manueco could not swear in without the positive vote or abstention of Vox.
Vox is the party least worried about an electoral repetition. Vox is the party least concerned about an electoral repetition. He believes that his upward trend will continue and that he will improve the 13 seats he won last Sunday.