Today, about 5 million voters in the Spanish state of Madrid will participate in the polls for regional elections, and there has been strong interest in the elections throughout the country. The right-wing Conservative People’s Party (PP) seems to have the best credentials to win the election, thanks to the fierce campaign against the country and the left-wing government.
The election was based on the Corona Policy of the Prime Minister of the Social Democratic Party PSOE Sanchez, which was characterized by strict blockade measures in the past year. In terms of protecting oneself, in recent months, PP candidate and current regional chair Isabel Diaz Ayuso (Isabel Diaz Ayuso) has been taking drastic measures against all restrictions in order to protect the economy. This is why the cafes and terraces remain open and welcome foreign tourists.
Her campaign consisted mainly of one word: free (free). NOS reporter Rop Zoutberg said that this is a wise choice. “By accepting this slogan, soon your opponent seems to be opposing freedom.” Ayuso did not cause any harm: in the Madrid restaurant industry, the beer bottles sold now have her face on the packaging.
Corruption is no longer a problem
“Free Movement” makes the Pilot Party PP appear on the map again.Due to multiple allegations of corruption, the public prosecution Still a monster It is said that the party has been in a bad state for a long time. In recent years, PP has suffered many blows. Sensitive failure, And Sanchez’s PSOE is booming.
Zuterberg said: “Usually, election campaigns revolve around corruption and what politicians do, but they no longer play a role in elections.” “It’s just a question of who has the best political solution during a pandemic.”
In public opinion polls, PP has always been considered the biggest winner. Zuterberg predicts that, in any case, a national victory will be interpreted as a political settlement with Sanchez. “By the way, the People’s Party has been in power in the state of Madrid for 26 years. Therefore, assuming that the polls are wrong and that Ayuso loses the pro-leftist election, that would also be big news.”
Alliance with Vox?
In addition, victory in the general election may mean a breakthrough for 42-year-old Ayuso. Then, she may enter national politics and may serve as prime minister in the future. A national election will be held in Spain within two years.Nationwide, PSOE is still in a leading position In the polls.
Zuterberg: “For an alliance, the PP may have to cooperate with the right-wing populist party Vox. This will also cause concern across the country: such a radical right-wing alliance may be formed at the national level. In the future.”
At a polling station in the city center, members of the feminist radical Femen protested against the rise of Vox: