The national convention of the PP already takes place and date: it will be held on October 2 and 3 in Valencia. The leader of the PP, Pablo Casado, presented the convention this Monday, under the slogan “We believe in Spain. We create a future in freedom”, surrounded by the party leadership and emphasizing the change that Spain needs. This event will suppose the ideological rearmament of the popular, and they will do it on a stage with a lot of popular history and coinciding with the PSOE, which only two weeks later will hold its congress in the same city.
The PP wants to use itself thoroughly to become the alternative to the Government of Pedro Sánchez, with whom it has been very harsh on Tuesday, accusing him of approving the pardons to the separatists for “personal interest.” For this he has been working for four months and will add in total “a year chiselling with society the alternative for Spain”.
Debates with experts and with civil society
The PP wants to draw its project for Spain giving answers to debates that in the last twenty years have been hanging in the party and that are present on a day-to-day basis. For example, they will talk about feminism or sustainability, explaining what their proposal is, positively and not against it, and they will do so with the presence of experts from outside the party and also with civil society.
The party will organize 25 thematic tables, five for each strategic pillar defined by PP. “The Popular Party wants to open itself more to Spanish society, listen to her, talk to her, learn from her and explain her ideas, receive proposals and offer theirs, “said Casado, who believes that” things go better when institutions join society. “
For this “This convention is the PP with everyone and in work clothes”, has expressed the popular leader, who is willing to “return to offer clear horizons and firm ground to advance day by day, task by task, together” and focused on the “real” problems of the Spanish. “We are not going to dedicate ourselves to imagining any distant future while millions of Spaniards feel the present move under their feet “, he has sentenced.
From the convention to the next elections, for which there would still be two years to go, Casado has asked his party for daily work because “There are no shortcuts to the future, nor does the present have emergency doors to escape the mistakes that are made in it. “