The president of Castilla y León, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, has defended that his coalition government with Vox “is useful and effective” for the people of this Autonomous Community, and that as long as it continues to be “effective” it will continue to exist.
In statements after participating in the Virgen del Valle Pilgrimage in Toledo, Fernández Mañueco reacted in this way after it was published in the newspaper ‘La Razón’ that Génova has “a secret plan” to break the coalition in Castilla y León and that he will only negotiate investiture agreements with Vox on May 28. He has defended that this information does not come from himself, nor from his government, nor from his environment.
“This year is the one of the electoral turnaround, the electoral turnaround in Moncloa with Alberto Núñez Feijóo, but before that there is a first round of that electoral turnaround that are the regional and municipal elections,” he previously said, predicting the victory of those who have Accompanied on the pilgrimage: the PP candidate for mayor of Toledo, Carlos Velázquez, and the candidate for the Junta de Castilla-La Mancha, Paco Núñez.
He has said of them that they are “serious, experienced people who have clear ideas.” “Castilla y León and Castilla-La Mancha have many things in common, we must continue to intensify our work to continue betting on the development of economic activity and job creation,” he concluded.
For his part, Paco Núñez, has opted for the alliance and collaboration between autonomous communities: “We believe that when we have to work together two different autonomous communities, also neighboring ones such as Castilla y León and Castilla-La Mancha, we achieve that citizens have greater quality and greater well-being. “The presence of the president of Castilla y León comes to demonstrate something that is essential for me, that we are a project of alliances,” he added.