Iván Redondo renews his “red notebook” with the PSOE
The “Ayuso effect” has darkened the state horizon of the PSOE, which is preparing a coup to arrest the People’s Party. Iván Redondo has renewed his “red notebook” with the intention of reviving United Podemos and Vox.
The motion of censure promoted in the Region of Murcia by José Luis Ábalos He intended that a growing state, the PSOE, renews its partners: from “uncomfortable” Pablo Iglesias, they wanted to move on to “sympathetic” Inés Arrimadas.
But the Murcian failure which also wanted to break through the PP (which was weakening because of the Vox sorpasso in Catalonia) had the opposite effect. Because Isabel Díaz Ayuso pushed the elections forward, devastated and caused a collapse of Pedro Sánchez’s demoscopic expectations.
This fact forced Iván Redondo to change his strategy, as government sources indicate Elcierredigital.com. The Chief of Staff of the President of the Government has the time, the means and the talent to overturn the polls of Narciso Michavila and others. And for this, it has renewed its “red notebook” with seven new strategic lines:
Pedro Sánchez’s great political challenge was to pacify Catalonia. This case is the only transcendent one in which the Ibex35, and even Zarzuela, trust the PSOE more than the PP. And Iván Redondo wants to play with pardons in exchange for the ERC’s support in Parliament thanks to Salvador Illa.
This game has other interesting derivatives for the PSOE: Vox will take the street and force the PP to move to the right. Although it is true that Pablo Casado’s gurus tell him that public sentiment against pardons is so high that a stand against the party will not cause them to lose center (And that’s why they collect signatures, but not too much in Catalonia so as not to undermine Alejandro Fernández).
Despite everything, Pablo Casado will be seen in a photo with Santiago Abascal, which will coincide this Sunday in Colón. In this photo will also be Isabel Díaz Ayuso, but not the barons with a more centrist profile: Alberto Núñez Feijóo, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco and Juanma Moreno.
If the Catalan question is well resolved thanks to the pardons paid by Oriol Junqueras, who hinted that they would not explore the unilateral path through an article published on the La Sexta site, andl The PSOE could support a new triumph for Pedro Sánchez in Catalonia (which was where Felipe González and José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero got the decisive advantage in the tight parliamentary elections of 1993 and 2008).
Pedro Sánchez needs to refine his presidential profile and that is why he streamlines his international agenda, he wants to bet on presenting himself as a statesman by sponsoring the Spain 2050 Plan (which presents the lines of action on the issues fiscal, environmental and economic) and he tries to get closer to Felipe VI, who finally seems to have given up showing an ideological profile that was detrimental to the monarchy.
3- To the rescue of United We Can
United We Can was until two months ago an enemy to be beaten by the PSOE, which now intends to support the coalition. Yolanda Díaz demonstrated in the Ceuta crisis that she would not publicly express her differences with her partners, as Pablo Iglesias did. And this fact obliges Pedro Sánchez to pamper his vice-president because Iván Redondo is aware that “for three deputies that Podemos loses, Más País will gain only one”, say sources of La Moncloa.
At Unidos Podemos they are also resetting and for that they want to shut down Vistalegre IV with a placid triumph of Ione Grass and ensure that Yolanda Díaz, thanks to the improvement in the unemployment rate, maintains around 20 deputies. And, of course, the PSOE is interested in Vox which recovers air to lower the PP.
4- No more country brake
The PSOE considers Ciudadanos as charred and also wants to stop the media wave that propelled Más País, which was being pampered by the media and “anti-podemic” journalists. But Íñigo Errejón has seen the media winks stop in recent days.
And this fact will be compounded after Ok Diario finds out that he allegedly kicked a 67-year-old citizen in the stomach who had approached him last month to ask for a photo. More Country has denied the maxim.
But Errejón, after two people testified against him and security cameras show he was at the scene, he now recognizes that there was an incident last May.
“They very often ask me for photos, almost always in a good mood and I always take them, others with not very good humor. In these cases I usually take them and when I think the situation is a little uncomfortable I just don’t take them. “, he says. Errejón says that the alleged victim and another companion “started screaming, insulting me. The accusation directed at me is false and I would miss him more, I am at the disposal of any official information that is requested of me.
5- Change of media
“We have peace with Atresmedia”, they say from La Moncloa. And it is that after three years of tension Iván Redondo has promoted a renewal of RTVE that will reduce the pro-government editorial line of La 1 and will eliminate Antonio García Ferreras’ main competitor, Jesús Cintora.
There is also joy in La Moncloa with Prisa who, with the help of investor Joseph Oughourlian and the advice of socialist Miguel Barroso, opted for a change of SER, who raised the old guard of Polanquista by several executives with digital and politically low profiles.
The departure of Salvador Illa and Pablo Iglesias decapitalized the government. And from the same “not much less will come out José Luis Ábalos”, say the same sources. Some media had suggested a tension between Redondo and the Minister of Transport which “is true”, but which will end in “self-serving cordiality” on the part of both.
The reason? Iván Redondo, even knowing that the Murcian movement of Ábalos destroyed Pedro Sánchez, believes the Prime Minister will not want to part ways with one of the few people he trusts. And it is that Ábalos has solved hundreds of orders “of all kinds” with success. But the ‘Delcygate’ and Murcia did him a lot of damage.
Carmen Calvo, who is not a Redondo devotional saint, could be in more danger. The consultant will try to renew the Government without neglecting the darts he receives. The loudest is that of Graciano Palomo, which will launch a biography on his life in which he accuses him of practicing the dirty war in his stages in Mérida and Badalona under the orders of José Antonio Monago and Xabier García Albiol. And to collect more than 200,000 euros from Luis Bárcenas…
7- All roads lead to Andalusia
All roads lead to Andalusia. And it is that the next electoral meeting will be crucial for the PSOE to channel the polls. Pedro Sánchez remotely supports Juan Espadas, who wants to distance himself from Madrid and reduce the criticisms of Susana Díaz to avoid giving her the “Andalusian” and “anti-official” arguments.
The predictable victory in the Espadas primaries will be the springboard with which La Moncloa intends to recover Andalusia. A defeat of Juanma Moreno, who does not move the elections forward because he has internal polls that do not coincide with the triumphalism that some conservative media invite, would be the key for Sánchez to rise on the shoulders of Pablo Casado.
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