The President of Aragon, Javier Lambán, has revalidated this Sunday the General Secretariat of the PSOE Aragonese to defeat in the primaries the former Alderman Zaragoza Carmen Dueso with 55% of the vote, compared to 44% of the Exedil. The president of the Aragonese community has achieved 2,982 votes for the 2,231 he has obtained Dueso, according to provisional figures offered by the party. That is, it has been imposed by something more than 700 votes of difference.
The leader of the PSOE in Aragon was one of the most critical territorial leaders with Pedro Sánchez during the primaries process in the General Secretariat of the party, in which he aligned with the Andalusian president, Susana Díaz. His rival in the Aragonese primaries, Carmen Dueso, concurred under the wake of Sanchismo, which has allowed him to narrow the result, but has not managed to impose on Lambán, who in recent weeks has shown his support for Sánchez in the crisis of State in Catalonia.
Also Galicia has held primaries this weekend where Gonzalo Caballero has been victorious, with 58% of the votes of the Socialists Galician. Very active in the campaign in favor of Sánchez in the last primaries of the PSOE at the federal level, he managed to embody in this community his emblem despite not being the favorite of Ferraz, who preferred to Juan Díaz Villoslada, along with Lambán, have been revalidated in the position in The last few months other leaders critical with the direction of Pedro Sánchez: Susana Díaz in Andalusia, without primaries, Ximo Puig in the Valencian Community, and President Castellanomanchego, Emiliano García Page, who swept the primaries last weekend in The ones that were imposed with more than 71% of the votes. In exchange, Sánchez has managed to aupar like-minded people in the Comunidad de Madrid (José Manuel Franco), Asturias (Adrián Barbon) and Murcia (Diego Conesa).