Seville, June 19 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The PSOE-A candidate for the presidency of the Junta de Andalucía, Juan Espadas, this Sunday expressed his wish that the election day of this June 19 registers “one of the highest participation rates” in regional elections in the Autonomous Community, with the result that “For which we have been fighting all these months” before the election date.
This is what the Secretary General of the PSOE-A said in a media interview after the vote at around 12.15 p.m. at the Calvo Sotelo school in Seville, accompanied by his wife and the Secretary General of the PSOE in Seville. , Javier Fernández, among others.
Juan Espadas underlined that this Sunday is “a great day for Andalusia, very important” and dedicated words of thanks to the members of the State Security Forces and Bodies and “everyone who allows us to have a day to vote in democracy” as well as to the auditors of all parties and “especially” to those of the PSOE who “are working hard today on each of the voting items so that we can have the results tonight and we know the decision of the Andalusians”, has increased.
The socialist candidate has defended that “what he is touching on today are not messages, but appeals to the importance of democracy to participate in and decide on the policies that you will need later in your everyday life to be effective and ours to improve the environment”.
For this reason, this Sunday he is appealing “to Andalusians who may be outside their polling stations” to exercise their right to vote, because “there is enough time throughout the day”, as he stressed. who also emphasized that it “apparently” this Sunday in Andalusia “is not as hot as it was days ago”.
Like “all Democrats”, Schwerter has expressed his wish that “we” can achieve the highest possible turnout in regional elections at this election event “even on a day that is always complicated around these dates”. as well as that he has expressed his hope of being able to celebrate on the night “a result that I hope is what we have been fighting and working hard for all these months” and that “without Doubt”. would be, in his opinion, “the best thing for Andalusia”.
Asked about the turnout rate in these Andalusian elections at 11:30 a.m., which exceeded 15%, Espadas pointed out that it was early to assess percentages because “a long day is ahead of us” and “everyone’s time and time chooses moment to go to vote”.
In any case, he called for “trying to make the day as it should be, in democracy, in peace, with coexistence, without inconvenience for those who come to vote” and that they exercise their right “in freedom and liberty” can exercise rest”.
Swords concluded by stating he was “convinced that despite the fact that the Andalusians have made it difficult for us with a date like this” to go to the vote, “we’re going to do very well, you’ll see,” he has completed.