It has been called the Fitur ‘mini-summit’ and it is the small group that they have formed at the International Tourism Fair three of the barons of the PP, Carlos Mazón, Juanma Moreno and Fernando López Miras, with the socialist Emiliano García-Page. A conversation in which the president of Castilla-La Mancha joked about the tensions you face within his own party and has shown some complicity with their counterparts ‘popular’ of the Valencian Community, Andalusia and Murcia, going so far as to confide in them that he feels tense because “the PSOE throws out every god who opposes it.”
The photo of the four warned about their union to make a front common in the negotiation of the regional financing. The conversation they have had corroborates this: “This is the plot scheme,” Page is heard saying, who emphasizes that “there is an objective figure, recognized even by the Ministry, mismatch in the model“the socialist then points out.
To this Mazón proposes “getting equal”, that is, improving their allocation from the State, before agreeing on a new model. He further adds that he wants to take the issue to the Valencian Cortes.
After that, Mazón proposes a meal for the four of them together, and Junama Moreno notes that for the socialist “it is more complicated.” Page ditches then: “We are saying the same thing, but separately“.
The talk could have stopped here: four presidents of different political stripes who agree that their autonomies are “underfinanced” and who come together to demand 3,000 million. A kind of pact that, in addition, has already received the disapproval of some of Page’s party colleagues, such as José Luis Ábalos, who has reproached him for “helping his adversaries.”
But beyond that, Page has confessed to the ‘popular’ some dissatisfaction with the leadership of his party. “Me They are practically about to extradite me“, he joked, receiving the ironic response from Mazón: “Nothing happens, then they give you amnesty.”
“That’s what they told me the other day in a meeting […] I mean, they will be sons of…”, continues the socialist. “If he messes with you, we will make a mess from the outside,” the Andalusian assures him, who concludes that Page likes to have his party colleagues “nervous all day.” .
Finally, Page confides in them how he feels about the tense situation: “I suffer what you cannot imagine. What the PSOE has done is extremely tense, throwing out every god who opposes it…”.
This talk took place on a day in which Page had a confrontation of reproaches with some of his socialist colleagues, after having said that The PSOE is “on the outskirts of the Constitution.”
Sources from the PSOE to laSexta have criticized the attitude of the Castilian-La Mancha, who they say is aimed “at the arguments of the PP” and defend that the PSOE is “the political party that most protects the Constitution and the institutions that emanate from it , before a Popular Party and their neo-fascist allies who are in the daily discredit of all of them, and failing to comply with the Constitution for five years with the CGPJ”.