The leader of the People’s Party in Castilla-La Mancha, Paco Nunez, confirmed this Friday that the nomination of Alberto Nune Feijo as the new president of the PP was confirmed by his “record of service” as the leader of the junta with four overwhelming majority. , Suggests the first step to returning to the “popular” Palacio de la Monclo.
This was reassured by Nunes in statements to the media at the opening of the PP Extraordinary Congress, which will strengthen Feiyo as the “popular” new national president this weekend.
“I am convinced that this is the first way to the Palacio de La Moncloa and on the road to victory in many autonomies like mine, where the change of socialism that has ruled for 40 years is also absolutely fundamental,” he said. The Castilla-La Mancha PP, which deported more than 400 people to the Seville Congress, including 250 delegates.
Nunez pointed to the “great optimism” and “huge illusion” that resulted from the appointment of Feijo’s People’s Party as president, which “will leave Seville strengthened and absolutely committed to the future of the Spanish people.” “Spain today needs an alternative like never before, a strong PP with a place for everyone and a clear call for the majority that can be a landmark and inspire all Spaniards,” he said.
Paige hopes for a “consensus stage” with Feio
In Toledo, the president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano Garcia-Page, expressed a desire for the PP National Congress, which is being held this weekend to promote Alberto Nunez Feio as the new president, to be “positive for the country”. And that the new “popular” president brings a “positive attitude.”
At a news conference after meeting with President Felix Bolano at the Fuensalida Palace in Toledo, he reiterated that what non-PPs expected was “for the consensus stage to really open up.”
“I wish Alberto Nunez Feijo the best,” he said, assuring him that he wanted to reach the “great consensus and the politics of the country” that people need “more than ever.”
Source: El Diario