The investiture was not even talked about. The PNV is clear. "There is no room to negotiate it" as long as Vox is part of the equation, and without Santiago Abascal's party it is impossible. In fact, from the meeting of more than an hour between the general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarra, and the PNV spokesperson in Congress, Aitor Esteban, the only news that came out is that the president of his party, Andoni Ortuzar, and The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, met in person on September 7, that is, eleven days ago, and both spoke again last week, without any progress being made.
And neither did yesterday's meeting, despite lasting more than an hour. In fact, according to the spokesperson for the Basque nationalists, the meeting was courtesy, and the PNV is always willing to talk, but what they told Cuca Gamarra is the same thing they have been saying since the day of the elections, "no "We are going to participate in a formula that specifies Vox's votes."
For this reason, according to Esteban, the programmatic content of this possible investiture has not been negotiated. But in addition, the Basque nationalist spokesperson warned the PP that their position on the use of languages in Congress or the event called for Sunday on a possible amnesty are not helping to gain the support of the PNV.
For her part, the general secretary of the PP, Cuca Gamarra, assured in the press conference after the meeting that she had explained to the Basque spokesperson the intention of the president of the PP to form a government alone, with 15 ministers, and reach agreements with the parties that want to participate in making "the legislative reforms that Spanish society needs."
Gamarra explained that the principle of this Feijóo government will be the safeguarding of equality among Spaniards, and the PP is convinced that "a minority government, with a programmed agenda, is the path to governability and stability." The number two of the PP regretted "that so far it has not been accepted" by the PNV, despite the fact that the PP continues to consider that "the best decision would be for it to join this project."