The Popular Party will start its week on Sunday. And it won’t be just any week: Alberto Núñez Feijóo faces fundamental days that will have as their epicenter the investiture debate that, although Genoa still not considered lost, will activate the clock again towards a hypothetical electoral repetition. As a prelude, the popular They will take over the center of Madrid this Sunday as a sign of protest against Pedro Sánchez’s roadmap with the independence movement, marked by the demand for amnesty, and as a test of muscle on the eve of Feijóo presenting his governability proposal to Congress.
The PP proposes the “great act” in Felipe II as an exercise of unity that contrasts with the internal tidal wave that the PSOE is experiencing, broken within it after Felipe González, Alfonso Guerra and the considered historical sector of the party – along with the most critical of Sánchez, personified in Emiliano García-Page and Javier Lambán – will reproach this week Ferraz his approach to nationalism. A completely opposite image to what you will achieve today Genoa by bringing together Feijóo with the former presidents José María Aznar and Mariano Rajoy on the same stage.
Furthermore, the response from the territories is overwhelming: all the barons popular will attend the event -the Valencian president, Carlos Mazón, confirmed yesterday that he will finally attend-, and the deployment of means by the regions is total. “It is impossible to calculate” the number of trips that will occur from all parts of the country in the direction of Madrid, says a source from the organization. The party has prepared hundreds of buses that will leave from practically all provinces.
From Castilla la ManchaFor example, the forecast is that more than 2,000 people will attend through the means provided by the party. In Aragonabout 500. Andalusiathrough its provincial teams, will charter about 50 coaches. Castile and León He will put, for his part, 30. From the city of Valencia Three more will leave, but at the regional level there will be several more buses. And so from any point of the national geography.
In all territories, they also agree that many other attendees will come in their own vehicles, especially from the provinces closest to the capital, which could considerably increase the number of participants – initially estimated at 10,000 people – in the great event against the amnesty that the PP is celebrating this afternoon at the doors of the WiZink Center and whose venue and stage yesterday were already in the assembly phase.