The vice mayor of Madrid, Begoña Villacís, said Thursday that we must "analyze" all possible scenarios after the announcement of elections in Catalonia, including the possibility of going to the polls together with the PP under the brand 'Catalonia Sum'.
In this sense, the leader of the orange formation has indicated that all options are explored because the "most important" challenge is to "defeat" independence, a task in which only her party has demonstrated "strength", collects Europa Press.
"You have to analyze all the scenarios, because the most important challenge is neither PP nor Cs, is to defeat the independence, and no scenario can be ruled out, but Cs has proven to be strong," Villacís said upon arrival at the informative breakfast of the regional vice president, Ignacio Aguado.
The deputy mayor has reiterated that they are different projects, because in the PP they are conservative and they are liberal, something that is manifested in policies such as their discrepancy in Madrid with vehicles with a C label.
"That does not mean that on certain occasions we have to join forces like here in the City Hall, where we govern together and we do it well," he continued.
Although Villacís has emphasized that "there has only been one party that has won independence in Catalonia and that has been Citizens", which achieved "the greatest victory won against independence" something that the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, his trial, "undoes from the government for its complicity with the independentists."