The PSOE is celebrating this Saturday the fortieth anniversary of the victory of Felipe González in 1982. More than 3,000 people are called to fill the Fibes II auditorium in Seville. However, and despite being invitedsome of the most relevant socialist leaders of the last four decades will not be there: Manuel Chaves, José Antonio Griñán and Alfonso Guerra do not have a reserved place.

The first rows of the auditorium are reserved by name, and in none of the pre-eminent seats does the name of the two former presidents of the Junta de Andalucía and the vice-president of Philip Gonzalez.

From the organization they confirm to EL ESPAÑOL that they have no record or confirmation of your assistance, so they do not count on your presence at the event. With whom they have counted is Susana Díaz, who has arrived with the act started coinciding with the entrance of Felipe González and Pedro Sánchez in the auditorium.

[El PSOE también invita a Chaves y a los cabezas de lista andaluces al acto de Felipe González en Sevilla]

Despite from the PSOE no invitation was issued to Guerra, arguing that it was a public act, days later the socialists included in their protocol the heads of the Andalusian list and the former vice president. The invitation was sent to them.

The two former presidents of the Junta de Andalucía, convicted of the ERE case, will not be at the event. From the organization they recognized this same Saturday morning that they did not know if they would attend or not, but in any case they did not have a seat in the protocol quadrant.

The absence of Alfonso Guerra was more expected and known. As this medium collects: “Everything is organized with a amply learned premise: if Felipe goes Alfonso cannot be“.

On the other hand, other absences have been known. Despite the fact that Felipe González appears in the poster illustrated by José Ramón Sánchez, Pedro Sanchez and Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapaterothe last one will not attend because he is in Brazil on a trip.

Despite being the great act of the anniversary of the coming to power of the Socialists in power in 1982, most of the barons will not be supporting Sánchez. Yes, a good part of the members of the Government have landed in Seville accompanying the president.

Source: Elespanol

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