A dozen international leaders will wrap up this week President of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado, during the party’s national convention held this week. A tour that will begin this Monday in Santiago de Compostela and that will Valencia Bullring to emulate the great victories of popular governments.
The past and present of the party will come together in a series of days in which the PP will present itself as the solution to the “urgently needed change” that Spain needs. A reflection of that the PP is a “modernizing political alternative” capable of responding to “global challenges and the serious problems that Spain suffers”, as the party itself has shown in the triptych presenting this conclave that has been released Europa Press.
“In recent years, Spain has lost economic momentum and institutional strength, even before the pandemic. The radicalisms and populisms that rule the government make an alternative that projects a new horizon of freedom and prosperity essential,” they agree.
Thus, the PP presents itself as the “new transversal majority” to “once again rescue the Spanish from fracture and ruin”, as well as “restore tranquility” to the elderly and “hope” to the young. “
Although the presence of the former president of the European Council was already known, Donald Tusk, or the former French president Nicolas sarzozy (for a conference), the triptych adds a new international president. Its about prime minister griego, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, which will attend the closing ceremony of the Convention to be held in the Plaza de Toros de Valencia on Sunday, October 3.
Married will share the stage that day also with him Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurtz, the new president of the PP of the Valencian Community, Carlos Marzón, and the deputy spokesperson of the PP in the Valencia City Council, María José Catalá.
The Convention will open this Monday at the Convention in Santiago de Compostela to continue through Valladolid, Madrid, Seville, Cartagena and Valencia. In this first appointment, the leader of the PP will be accompanied by the former president of the Government Mariano Rajoy, with whom he will hold a discussion under the title ‘Progress and Employment’.
Afterwards, several tables will begin that will feature faces of the PP such as the former Minister of Economy Román Escolano or the president of the PP of Galicia and of the Xunta de Galicia, Alberto Núñez Feijóo. During the meetings, there will also be representatives of civil society such as the Vice President of the CEOE, Íñigo Fernández de Mesa; the president of ATA, Lorenzo Amor; the president of Asaja, Pedro Barato; the external independent director of REE and IMF advisor, José María Abad; or the founder of Jazztel, Martín Varsavsky; among others.
Monday’s session will have its particular international voice thanks to the presence of the Vice President of the European Commission, Margaritis Schinasl, who will be accompanied by the former Minister of Science and Technology, Juan Costa and the former Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Food and Environment, Isabel García Tejerina.
The former president of the European Council and Poland, Donald Tusk will accompany Pablo Casado on Tuesday in Valladolid to arrive at Wednesday’s session in Madrid. There he will be, although in a telematic way as it will be a conference, the former French president Nicolas Sarzozy.
That same Wednesday, the Mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, who will offer a talk on the post-Covid world together with the former president of the Commission and Portugal, José Manuel Durao Barroso.
Although the presence of former president José María Aznar was expected for Tuesday in Valladolid, he will finally attend the event in Seville. That day, there will also be a table with the Nobel Prize in Literature Mario Vargas Llosa, the Venezuelan opponent Leopoldo López, and the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno.
Cartagena will host, on Friday, a conference of the former president of Mexico Felipe Calderón. The day will continue with the air of Latin America thanks to a debate between the president of Murcia, Fernando López Miras, and the former president of Colombia Andrés Pastrana.
The final fireworks of the match will be on Saturday in Valencia. The Auditorium of Arts and Sciences It will host the largest number of popular leaders thanks to three tables in which the most representative faces of municipalities will gather. That day there will be a table of mayors, another of regional presidents, a third with provincial presidents and a fourth with regional presidents.