The PP’s act against the amnesty next Sunday presents a double derivative in Genoa: supporting its president, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, a few hours before his investiture debate and the fear that the scene of July 23 will be repeated when at doors of the headquarters, at the exit to the balcony after winning the elections, the name of Isabel Díaz Ayuso was chanted. And that fear is supported by national party officials consulted by EL MUNDO who do not rule out that this could happen again.
In the environment of the Madrid president, on the other hand, the brakes are pressed in response to this situation. “It doesn’t even arise, we have never talked about that scenario,” they point out from the Sun Gate, where they say: “We are absolutely loyal to Feijóo, we have always demonstrated it.” As an example, they say, the PP of Madrid He is “turning his attention” to the Sunday call with his general secretary, Alfonso Serrano, in front. “There is massive mobilization, district by district, to make it a success for our president,” say the popular people of Madrid, who highlight “the muscle” that the training in the capital has.
But the fear of an outcry in favor of the Madrid president is evident among some leaders in Genoa and is spreading as Sunday’s event approaches. What they are convinced of in the training is that there will be a “full crowd” in the Plaza de Felipe II, in the Goya neighborhood, to protest against a possible amnesty for the independence movement that would facilitate the inauguration of Pedro Sánchez. The objective that has been set as “success”, as this newspaper has learned, is that the call extends throughout the square and reaches the Alcala streetthat is, about 600 linear meters, which are those that separate the Wizink Center of that way.
To achieve this, the PP will not only count on the support of the party in Madrid, but other delegations will also do their part by chartering buses and transporting their members. It is the case of Aragon, where there are already 400 members and positions that have been mobilized for this Sunday. In Asturias free buses will be provided. The same happens with Cataloniawhere in addition to the large nuclei, others such as Castelldefelswhose mayor, Manuel Reyes, who is the president of the formation in Barcelona, will add two more buses. Two of the main territories will be added to them, Valencian Community y Andalusiawhere the popular ones have enough muscle.