PNV concludes an agreement with the PSOE prior to the investiture

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The agreement is based on “progress in self-government”, workplace measures and initiatives to support the Basque Country. The content will be specified during the morning.

He PNV has a closed agreement with the PSOE for the investment of Socialist candidate Pedro Sánchez, which is expected to take place next week. The president of the PNV EBB, Andoni Ortuzar, and Sánchez will sign the pact this Friday in Madrid, during the Congress of Deputies, at 11 a.m.

The agreement is based on “progress in self-government”, workplace measures and initiatives to support the Basque Country, although the content will be specified throughout the morning.

Votes in favor of the PNV are essential for the inauguration of Pedro Sánchez on the first ballot, and on the second ballot the Yeltzales’ abstention would be enough to re-elect the government’s acting president.

The Socialists have previously signed agreements with Sumar, ERC and BNG, and EH Bildu has already announced that it will vote for Pedro Sánchez at the investiture. In recent hours, the Canarian Coalition has emphasized that it has not yet decided on the meaning of its vote. Regardless of what the Canary Coalition does, PSOE has secured the positive votes of PSOE (121), Sumar (31), ERC (7), Junts (7), EH Bildu (6) and BNG (1), which in total have 173 votes. total. PP (137), Vox (33) and UPN (1) would receive 171 votes.

Source: EITB

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