The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, has set this Friday the tone of the Vox campaign in the face of the municipal and regional elections on May 28. The national leader of Vox has expanded against the Popular Party and has assured that its formation will require negotiating on an equal footing after the next elections.
"We have behaved too well. We have come this far, things are not going to continue like this," said Abascal, who has sent a direct message to the PP: "If they want support, they will have to negotiate with us, let them know everything the world".
In an act at the Pilar García Peña Auditorium in Madrid, Abascal participated in the presentation of the Vox candidates for the Community of Madrid, where Rocío Monasterio repeats, and the City Council, where Javier Ortega Smith does.
During his speech, Abascal has defended that Vox has had "too much unrequited generosity" with Isabel Díaz Ayuso and José Luis Martínez-Almeida. And he has insisted that there will not be "not a single swallow" after 28-M before emphasizing that Vox is not "anyone's broom car".
Before, Rocío Monasterio had also marked the same line, defending that "voting for Vox on 28-M is as important as in December." The candidate for mayor of Madrid, Javier Ortega Smith, also underlined in his speech what he labeled as breaches of the PP or assignments to the left. "Some have given up and others have raised our voices", proclaimed the local leader, who has defended Vox's unique program in the 28-M municipal elections, alleging that "in all municipalities our neighbors need the same thing", with references to the "safe neighborhoods" and free of "machetes", "gangs", "squatters" or "menas".
Vox has presented itself stating that it will be the party "that will grow the most" in the next elections on 28-M. An objective within his reach after the results of 2019, when he obtained 659,736 votes and only 2.9% of the total ballots in local elections.
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