Oviedo (EFE).- The IU-Asturias coordinator, Ovidio Zapico, does not believe that what could happen in the San Martín del Rey Aurelio City Council, where the coalition can reach the Mayor’s Office despite the fact that the PSOE has been the most voted , will condition the negotiations for the formation of a “plural, shared and coalition government”.
Moments before picking up his deputy credential, Zapico has shown himself to be “excited” about the legislature that is now beginning and that can mean a “horizon of transformation and real change for Asturias”, once the possibility of the government ruling right and that the PSOE has not managed to add a sufficient majority either.
Barbón must exercise his “leadership”
From the IU they are waiting for the president of the Principality, Adrián Barbón, to “exercise his leadership” as the most voted candidate in the elections on May 28 and to send them “the road map and proposals” to negotiate the future government of the Principality.
“He has to lead the times and we are waiting,” said the IU coordinator before stressing that during the electoral campaign they already made it very clear that their objective is to be part of a “plural, shared and coalition government” that promote a “strong reform process” in the autonomous community, similar to what the central government has done.
After recalling that the IU Delegate Commission has already made it clear this week that they will guarantee the investiture of Barbón as president of the Principality “without conditions to guarantee the stability of Asturias” and prevent the right from reaching the Government and that Vox can have advisers, such as In the case of Castilla y León, he has pointed out that at the municipal level it is necessary to give answers from the local level.
What may happen with the constitution of the town halls on June 17 does not believe, he added, that it will condition a regional agreement since, in his opinion, in the specific case of San Martín del Rey Aurelio, where there is no danger that it govern the right, it is necessary to give “concrete answers from the local”. EFE