The PSOE frustrates an agreement to govern with the PP in Ceuta because "Currently there can be no agreement with Feijóo"

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The attempt of the president of Ceuta, John Jesus Vivasto integrate the PSOE and the local party into a “great pact” Movement for Dignity and Citizenship (MDyC) has run into a wall. The socialist group in the autonomous city has concluded on Thursday the conversations that had begun in this regard, arguing that “currently there is not and cannot be a government pact with the PP of [Alberto Núñez] “Feijóo”.

The slamming of the door occurs at a time when the leader of the popular and winner of the general elections on July 23 has tried to meet with Pedro Sánchez to ask him to abstain to allow his investiture “for the benefit of the political and institutional stability of Spain.” However, the acting president and candidate for re-election rejected the offer of dialogue, calling on his interlocutor to meet once the King has designated a candidate for re-election.

“The Ceuta socialists have amply demonstrated our commitment to dialogue and our commitment to the stability of Ceuta, but now is not the time for pacts,” said the PSOE of the autonomous city, led by Juan Gutiérrez, in a statement sent this Thursday reports Europa Press.

Juan Vivas is ruling in a minority with nine of the 25 seats in an autonomous Assembly made up of PSOE (six), Vox (five) and the localist Movement for Dignity and Citizenship (MDyC) (three) and Ceuta Now! (of the).

In the last legislature, Vivas also governed in a minority, although with occasional support from the PSOE to move forward with issues such as the city budget and other relevant issues.

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