The general secretary of the PP, Teodoro García Egea, considers "obvious" that the only alternative to Sánchez is the PP, which has raised 22 seats and 700,000 votes, compared to the PSOE, which has lost 3 seats and 800,000 votes
- He considers it "obvious" that the only alternative to Sánchez is the PP, which has raised 22 seats and 700,000 votes, compared to the PSOE, which has lost 3 seats and 800,000 votes
- He affirms that the "secret weapon" of Sánchez has been the division of the right center, "something we already said when raising Spain Suma", so he believes that "the Spaniards will gradually see that the only way out so that the PSOE does not govern is to gather the vote around the PP ”
- He says that Sanchez already sent “a clear message” yesterday saying that he wants a progressive government and wants to lean on the left, as Pablo Iglesias has already offered him
- He affirms that "until Sanchez leaves, Spanish politics does not unlock" and it is only up to him to take the initiative: "he is the one who has taken us to elections, he has not managed to get us out of the blockade and someone must assume those responsibilities"
- He points out that Sanchez has lost a personal referendum, has failed to form a government and the Spanish have told him that he has not done well, that the 200 million euros that the elections have meant “have not served at all”
- He considers himself “remarkably satisfied” when he manages to bring together an alternative to Sánchez, “after having done everything in our power and we have gone up in Congress and in the Senate”
- He believes that "the initiative belongs to Sánchez", which has lost a "personal plebiscite" and it is he who must step forward and the PP will lead the alternative to Sánchez, because "we have had a growth that shows that the Spanish rest assured that we are that alternative ”
- Stresses that Sánchez called elections thinking that he was on the same stage as Rajoy in 2015 and has lost three seats; he thinks he is unable to reach agreements and has to ask himself if he has to depart, because “we have repeated elections, he cannot reach agreements and we are worse than we were: someone has to pay him”
- He emphasizes that "we cannot leave the Spaniards without an alternative", that there is a problem of distrust in Pedro Sánchez, because "we are incompatible in programs and not even their partners trust him"