• The general secretary of the Andalusian Popular Party, Loles López, laments that Sánchez "has not brought anything good to Andalusia" and that she agrees to meet with Juanma Moreno "after he has been in office for two and a half years"
• "Sánchez does not want to close any fracture with the pardons of the 'procés, what he wants is to pay the bill for his chair"
• Regrets Manuel Chaves' statements and asks him if he continues to believe that the ERE are to improve the unemployment data in Andalusia.

The general secretary of the Andalusian Popular Party, Loles López, regretted this morning that "Pedro Sánchez has not brought anything good to Andalusia" and that he has agreed to meet with President Juanma Moreno "after he has been in office for two and a half years" .

In La Palma del Condado, in an act of collecting signatures against the pardons of the prisoners of the 'procés', López explained that in the meeting with Sánchez he will be asked "to stop punishing Andalusia", and recalled how he has already Andalusians have been punished "with VAT, with the distribution of covid funds or with health funds", among other aspects.

Regarding pardons, the general secretary stressed that the campaign launched by the Popular Party is "in favor of coexistence, freedom, harmony and constitutional values."
He regretted that Sánchez "does not want to close any fracture with the pardons, but that he does them to pay political bills" because "he wants to secure his chair at the expense of the heritage of the Spaniards."

Thus, he stressed that "the problems of the Spanish are not solved with pardons, pardons only solve the problems of Sánchez's chair", and it is very sad to see how Sánchez "is going to write one of the saddest pages in this country" by pardon prisoners "who are not sorry and who have already said they are going to continue with the 'procés', which is shameful."

In the same sense, he regretted the statements of the former president of the Junta Manuel Chaves and asked him if he also continues to believe that the ERE can favor the unemployment data in Andalusia.