Pedro Sanchez, President of the Government, made his first foray into Andalusian elections. He urged the Socialists not to fall into the trap of the PP, which tries to convince them that they are the only ones who can control the country. They do the exact same thing. They try to overthrow all of Spain, so in the end we assume the PP or the extreme right are the only ones capable of governing the country. They want to overthrow progressive Spain, which is what they know, he stated during a rally held in Cuevas Del Almanzora.
Sanchez traveled to Almeria in support of Juan Espadas, the PSOE candidate. Espadas does not have the support of the public. The polls show that Sanchez will repeat the poor results of Susana Diaz four year ago. However, he is far from being able to govern with the other political formations of left-wing bloc. The general secretary of PSOE appealed to "red proud" to attend "en masse", 19-J, and consolidate at polls the progressive achievements made by the government he leads. This is a government the PSOE has always supported and now wants to strengthen in Andalusia. He said, "There are many reasons, reasons, and a lot pride for it."
Sanchez claimed that the PSOE is "the party that best protects the interests Andalusia's", and has criticised the attitude of the PP to opposition to the Government. He voted "against all the social advances" promoted throughout the legislature by the coalition Executive. He has said that "Everything good Andalusia has done has been done by PSOE."
The Executive's head also wanted to benefit from the economic data. Particularly the data regarding employment and membership to Social Security. "The fact that Spain managed to break all employment records over the past fifteen years, despite a pandemic or a war, speaks volumes about Spain. He also said something positive about the Government of Spain.
Swords has, meanwhile, disfigured the leader for the PP, Alberto Nunez Feijoo. He went to Alhambra on Saturday and said that this was not the most beautiful sunset anywhere in the world. Before naming some of the promises his party has for Andalusia where he plans to reduce the unemployment rate by half, the socialist candidate said, "That's screwing it, they always screwup."