The PSE is committed to a new “global” agreement with the PNV


The PSE is committed to a new “global” agreement with the PNV

The Socialist Party proposes a broad agreement that could be extended to “all municipalities and territories”.

The PSE-EE executive committee will meet this Monday in Bilbao to discuss the results of municipal and municipal electionshas argued for a new “broad” agreement with the PNV, which can be applied “generally” in the three municipalities, the capitals and other municipalities.

“We consider it particularly relevant to explore the possibility of a broad agreement, which corresponds to the vocation of the PSE-EE ruling party, and which could be broadly extended to all municipalities and territories, to form majorities in the three councils, the cities of Vitoria-Gasteiz, Bilbao and San Sebastián, and other municipal councils,” the Socialist Party noted in a note, which after the results of 28M will be key in the administration of the institutions and even the mayor’s office of Vitoria-Gasteiz, where it is second force, if it reaches an agreement with other parties that adds an absolute majority.

The PSE-EE considers that the political “plurality” of the Basque Country presents a “fragmented scenario” and is determined to ensure that majorities are formed in all the institutions of the Basque Country that provide stability, “focus government action on the true interests of the bourgeoisie and proponent of socialist leadership and progressive policies”.

The Basque Socialists’ executive described the results of the 28M as “very positive”, who “support the socialist management, especially the mayors”, who have maintained their victory, reiterating that the PSE-EE is the “reference of the non -nationalist left in Euskadi”.

On the other hand, the PSE-EE supported the decision of the President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez, to bring forward the general elections to July 23 in defense of “the social shield, the extension of rights, the commitment to freedoms and the social justice”.

Source: EITB


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