• The councilors of the Andalusian PP on the Board of Directors of the public entity have voted against the Coverage Plan proposed for the Andalusian elections, which includes two debates between the four candidates for the Presidency of the Board and no 'face to face'
4349619 The general secretary of the PP Andaluz, Loles López, has denounced today that the Radio Televisión Pública de Andalucía (RTVA) has "complied with the electoral interests of the PSOE campaign and Susana Díaz by denying a 'face to face' with Juanma Dark".
López has thus referred to the Coverage Plan that RTVA has proposed for the Andalusian elections, which includes two debates between the four candidates for the Presidency of the Board, but no 'face to face'. This has been the reason why the directors of the PP Andaluz in the Board of Directors of the public entity have voted today against said Coverage Plan.
Televisión Española has indeed asked the PP candidate a 'face to face' debate with the PSOE candidate.
The popular leader defended that Andalusians "have the right to see the differences between the past of socialism and the future represented by the Popular Party", and as they are the two main parties that are contesting these elections and represent three quarters of the seats in the Andalusian Parliament.
He recalled the 'face to face' debates that have taken place between the candidates for the Presidency of the Government of the Nation in the general elections and regretted the "torticous use of public resources" that, in his opinion, the candidate is carrying out of the PSOE in this pre-campaign.
"We said that the Andalusians deserve a clean campaign, and we are finding ourselves with the dirtiest and most tricky campaign by the PSOE, with all the resources of the administration, from BOJA to the social networks, at the service of the candidate Díaz" he went on.
"We want a debate, a contrast of ideas about the real Andalusia", stressed López, who insisted on the need to address a 'face to face' meeting between Juanma Moreno and Susana Díaz "that allows a broader and calmer approach than a debate between four political representatives”.
The general secretary of the Andalusian PP defended "a depoliticized public television, which puts professional and informative criteria before the political interests of the Andalusian government and allows the professionals of the chain to carry out their work in the best conditions", he concluded.