Ximo Puig has informed by letter to the PP candidate, Carlos Mazón, that he will not be part of the delegation that will meet this Thursday with the next Valencian president to address possible legislature agreements. The delegation of the Valencian socialists will be made up of the acting ministers and regional deputies Rebeca Torró and Arcadi España, and also a deputy in the Valencian Parliament, María José Salvador, .
President Puig has also transferred to Mazón the offer of a meeting between the two to start working "in an orderly transfer of power and from absolute normality", according to a statement from the Socialists. The President has shown himself open to collaboration "to guarantee a transfer in the best conditions by the self-government and by the Valencian people".
Sources from this party have reiterated what this newspaper was already publishing today: the PSPV has no intention of abstaining from the investiture of Carlos Mazón, which leaves the president of the Valencian PP under the obligation to negotiate with Vox to guarantee his election as the new president. Valencian.
The winner of 28M has reiterated his desire to be able to govern alone; but to achieve this he must, at least, get the strength of Santiago Abascal to support him in the investiture. From Vox in Valencia the silence is maintained, but yesterday Abascal himself urged Alberto Núñez Feijóo to establish an identical collaboration criteria in all the institutions that can govern both formations and warned that they should reach agreements before the celebration of the elections of 23J . Throughout the campaign, Carlos Flores has made clear his desire to become part of the government of the Generalitat Valenciana.