Sánchez is considering going to three events in Andalusia during the electoral campaign


The general secretary of the PSOE, Pedro Sanchezwill attend an event in Malaga on Saturday June 11halfway through the campaign, to support the candidacy of the socialist Juan Espadas for the presidency of the Junta de Andalucía and will be also in the closing, which is expected to take place in Seville and Cádizaccording to sources from the socialist leadership.

Thus Sánchez will participate in at least three acts throughout the two weeks of the campaign heading to the June 19 elections. This same Sunday it will also travel to Cuevas del Almanzora (Almería). There, the also President of the Government will intervene together with Juan Espadas from 11:00 a.m. in the Castle of the Marqués de los Vélez, in the Almeria municipality, as reported by the party.

However, Sánchez’s agenda in Andalusia is not yet completely closed and some more act can still be included in addition to those already planned, according to the same sources. There’s also some unknown about how the end of the campaign will take placebut the main option at this time is through a double act in Seville and Cádiz and that Sánchez participates in both.

The campaign officially starts at midnight this Thursday, although a few hours before Swords will kick off at an event scheduled at 7:30 p.m. in Jaén capital, which will also be attended by the Deputy Secretary General, Adriana Lastra, the spokesperson for the Federal Executive , Felipe Sicilia and who will also be joined by the general secretary of the PSOE in the province of Jaén, Francisco Reyes, and the mayor of the city and general secretary of the local PSOE, Julio Millán.

Granada, Almería and Jaén in pre-campaign

Is campaign event series join a pre-campaign in which the President of the Government has already attended events in Granada, Almería and Jaén. On May 14, he went with Juan Espadas to Torredelcampo (Jaén), in what was his first appearance in Andalusia after the electoral call was formalized at the end of April.

Next, -on Saturday May 22- she went to Granada, also together with the former mayor of Seville, where she stated that on 19J citizens are going to have to choose “between rights and rights”, in a feminist act. She also indicated that if Andalusia is satisfied with the fact that the PP continues to govern, it would mean “making it go backwards”, in matters such as equality between men and women.

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the weekend before, Sánchez had another act scheduled in Armilla (Granada) that finally had to be suspended because Espadas tested positive for coronavirus few days before the celebration.

Finally, last Saturday, May 28, the last pre-campaign weekend, both socialist leaders shared the stage again, this time in Dos Hermanas (Seville), a town that has been a traditional stronghold of votes for the PSOE.


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