Politics Sánchez demands Feijóo "rectify" his alliances with Vox for being the "authentic threat to Spanish democracy"

Spanish politics is immersed in a dialectical escalation that has experienced a new point of maximum intensity with the statements of Santiago Abascal in which, from Argentina, he indicated that there will be "a moment when the people will want to hang Pedro Sánchez by the feet

Politics Sánchez demands Feijóo "rectify" his alliances with Vox for being the "authentic threat to Spanish democracy"

Spanish politics is immersed in a dialectical escalation that has experienced a new point of maximum intensity with the statements of Santiago Abascal in which, from Argentina, he indicated that there will be "a moment when the people will want to hang Pedro Sánchez by the feet." This barrage is described as "serious" by the President of the Government and serves as leverage to focus on Alberto Núñez Feijóo and his pacts with Vox. The objective is to corner the leader of the PP and try to show that he has no alternative but to remain united with this formation. Sánchez's dart seeking to imprison Feijóo is clear: he demands that he "rethink" and "rectify" the "alliances" with this formation.

Sánchez usually boasts of being a political leader who has managed to stop the advance of the extreme right, unlike what is happening in both Europe and America. His argument is based on the fact that the majority that he has had to articulate of up to 7 formations - 8 now including Podemos - has been the wall to stop a cabinet led by Feijóo and with Abascal as vice president. So as Vox keeps its foot on the accelerator, with the decibels at maximum, it turns the focus on Feijóo, to corner him.

"[Abascal's words demand a reconsideration of the PP's alliance policies, which is the authentic threat to Spanish democracy," Sánchez said in an interview on Telecinco. "When accusations as serious as Abascal's are condemned, no buts can be put. Feijóo tries to sweeten them."

In the midst of this climate of tension, the cabinet of the President of the Government has contacted Feijóo to offer him three dates in order to fit agendas and formalize a meeting between the two before the end of the year. The proposed dates, which have not been specified, are two before Christmas and one before the end of the year. From Genoa they confirm that a date is being sought, but that they rule out "any possibility that passes through a negotiation table under the terms agreed with the pro-independence parties." The PP leadership insists that they prefer to "agree on the what and the why before the when."

Because Sánchez's approach involves establishing a working commission to deal with three issues, although it is open to including other demands raised by the PP: regional financing, the reform of article 49 of the Constitution and the renewal of the CGPJ. María Jesús Montero, Félix Bolaños and Patxi López will be the negotiators on behalf of the PSOE.

The popular ones are in favor of changing article 49 "as long as Sánchez's partners give guarantees that they will not use this change to request new modifications in the constitutional text", to reform the CGPJ they demand "modifying the law to depoliticize Justice" and above all autonomous financing only see it possible to undertake a negotiation if "the bilateral negotiation between the Generalitat and the Government of Spain that included the agreement that made Pedro Sánchez president is abandoned."

Despite the current situation of broken bridges between the PSOE and the PP, Sánchez continues to send the message that he sees it possible in this legislature to reach agreements. "We need those agreements and I do not give up that we can reach the two great parties."