Alberto Núñez Feijóo assures that Ciudadanos “is a party that must say goodbye” to the political scene “in the most dignified way possible.” The president of the Popular Party considers Inés Arrimadas’s party dead and opens the doors of the PP to its leaders. “There are still people who have talent and I honestly believe that they are usable,” Feijóo said this Wednesday in a radio interview on Zero Wave.
The PP leader acknowledged that he is following the open war between Arrimadas and Edmundo Bal and stated that, according to him, the ideological project of Ciudadanos “is subsumed within the PP.” He also said that this had been one of his “objectives” since he arrived in Genoa.
The popular leader of polls and the demoscopic slowdown that has diluted the ‘Feijóo effect’ of his first months in office. “The ‘PP effect’ as an alternative is more than consolidated,” she defended, attributing the best results in the polls to the “Andalusia effect” after Juanma Moreno’s absolute majority. Feijóo thus celebrates some data that only the Government gives him from the hand of Vox.
He also said that he would have “signed” these polls in April when he became president of the PP and stuck out his chest for having achieved a “first plan”, which is to unite the Popular Party after the crisis between Pablo Casado and Isabel Díaz Ayuso . Feijóo assures that “today the PP is a united party in which there is no baron or baroness who has any objection” to appearing in a photo with the president of the party, that is, with him.