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Feijoo leaves it up to Moreno Bonilla to decide whether or not to agree with Vox.

Latest NewsFeijoo leaves it up to Moreno Bonilla to decide whether or not to agree with Vox.

Alberto Nunez Feijoo placed the decision on whether or not to agree with Vox in the hands of Andalusian President Juan Manuel Moreno Bonilla this Friday in case he needs his seats to invest after the June 19 regional elections. The thesis of the President of the PP is that the popular territorial barons have the autonomy to reach agreements, in this case with the extreme right, if they require them to govern. Nuñez Feijoo avoids limiting agreements with Santiago Abascal’s party, arguing that perhaps he can do without them and that in any case this would be interference with the initiative appropriate to the candidate. The conservative leader also decided that any agreement with the PSOE government and United We Can before the election could hurt his brand and jeopardize the outcome he wants to use against Vox. For this reason, he will postpone the agreement to renew the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ) until a vote is called, Radio Nacional has confirmed.

The elections in Andalusia will be the first litmus test for the policy of the new PP’s pact with Feijoo as full president. The pact with Vox in Castile y León, after the elections of 13 February, had already been concluded with the full relief of Pablo Casado and with Feijoo “who did not object to this agreement” as leader in the pectore, but had not yet been formally elected by emergency. National Congress, which was held on April 1 and 2. The popular president unties the hands of Moreno, with whom he is friends and with whom the power structures of the new PP have agreed. The party leader avoids setting limits or expressing his opposition to the hypothetical Vox government in Andalusia. “We trust our candidate, and therefore he should make an offer,” he said on public radio. “Start now to give instructions from Genoa as to what the chief must do who is likely to win the elections in Andalusia, and what he must do in case he wins them, not knowing by what margin he will win them and will or no. not he has a majority sufficiently superior to all the left, it seems to me an interference”, he abounded.

PP hopes Moreno wins more seats than all the left combined, a scenario in which he could try to force Vox to ease his investment without entering his government with only one abstention. Such are the calculations of the popular leadership, which is aware that repeating the coalition of the executive with the extreme right, as in Castile and León, carries many risks for Feijoo’s strategy towards La Moncloa. But the popular also know that they must keep the Andalusian council at all costs, which is why they don’t close the door – neither Feijoo nor Moreno Bonilla – to go along with the Vox unless the most optimistic scenario is met and supported by the ultras.

The whole strategy of the PP is now directed towards Andalusia, and Feijoo also decided to postpone the renewal of the General Council of the Judiciary until the elections in Andalusia, once again extending the expired mandate of the governing body of judges, which has already been in this situation of blockade for more than three years, from December 2018 of the year. As published by EL PAÍS, the NP has already acknowledged that the issue of updating the body before the date of June 12, as required by the government, is in limbo, which implies that the Constitutional Court will also function with several of its expired members. This is because the nine-year terms of office of the four justices of the peace of the Constitutional Court (two appointed by the Government and two by the Council of the Judiciary) expire on June 12, so that if the term expires, the Constitutional Court will return to remain with 4 of its 12 members in office.

This Friday, Feijo confirmed that this would happen, specifying that he would not submit his proposal to the judiciary before the elections in Andalusia on June 19. “We are going to reduce the level of tension and we are going to wait until the end of a very important electoral period in Spain, namely the elections in Andalusia, and the PP intends to submit a proposal to reform and update the CGPJ,” he said. Therefore, the leader of the PP assumes that the blockade will also affect the Constitutional. Feijoo also put on the table the same condition that his predecessor, Pablo Casado, demanded consent: reform of the method of electing members: “We must change and strengthen the regeneration in the method of electing the government of judges”, appears. Judicial associations believe that the renewal should be considered immediately, and only later it will be possible to deal with the possible reform of the electoral system.

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