València (EFE).- The acting president of the Generalitat, Ximo Puig, considered this Monday that, in view of the general elections on July 23, “there is no reason to be upset” about the possibilities of the Socialist Party, ” beyond a horrible noise that does not allow discerning”.
This was also considered by the general secretary of the PSPV-PSOE in statements to the media after participating in the conference ‘European Funds III. Spain, for global leadership in the green and digital economy’, organized by elDiario.es, and added that the pre-election debate should focus on “finding the best solution for Spain”.
“This is what politics is about, seeking solutions, not being in a space for football debate and generating absurd and harmful dialectics for coexistence,” said Puig, who added that identifying the country with its Prime Minister ” It is not the reasonable dialectic in an advanced country”.
“It is always difficult”
Asked if he considers that the PSOE has it “difficult” on 23J, he has said that “it is always difficult” but has called to focus on “issues of interest to the public”, on which “the endorsement of this Government is very high”.
Thus, he referred to milestones such as the record number of people working in Spain reached last week and recalled that “all the economic and social indicators are better than they were before Pedro Sánchez governed.”
“Therefore, there is no reason for uneasiness, beyond a horrible noise that cannot be discerned”, considered the acting president, who stressed that “if it is about talking about the future of Spain with serenity, there is a very clear option which is that of the Socialist Party”.
Asked about Sánchez’s proposal for six ‘face to face’ with the PP candidate, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, he considered it “of an overwhelming logic”: “If you want to discern what is best for Spain, the important thing is to debate” .
Puig’s PSPV, for the abstentionists and ex-voters of Ciudadanos
In the Valencian Community, the socialist acronyms have obtained the best result since 2007, and they have opted to “consolidate that electoral ground” and “look for those more than 220,000 people who have voted for the left in the past and now have not voted, since the 250,000 Ciudadanos voters who have not voted”.
Regarding the results of Unides Podem and his forecast for the general elections, he considered that “it will be the citizens who put each political option where it corresponds”, although he has admitted that it has seemed a “disappointing” result.
Likewise, he has reiterated his intention to lead the opposition and the party and not resign and, regarding whether the PP has called them to negotiate, he has said he has “no news” from the popular but is willing to “dialogue at all times with all political forces, and more with the one that has had the most support from the citizens”.