Illa sees victory as an opportunity to rebuild a Catalonia “without sides”

The first secretary of the PSC, Salvador Illa, sees the electoral victory of the socialists on Sunday as the opportunity to open a new stage to “rebuild” an “inspiring” Catalonia, “without sides or blocs.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
14 May 2024 Tuesday 16:37
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Illa sees victory as an opportunity to rebuild a Catalonia “without sides”

The first secretary of the PSC, Salvador Illa, sees the electoral victory of the socialists on Sunday as the opportunity to open a new stage to “rebuild” an “inspiring” Catalonia, “without sides or blocs.”

The leader of the Catalan socialists has sent a letter to the militancy thanking the effort and commitment during the pre-campaign and the campaign and in which he confirms that the work has been rewarded “with very good results: 870,508 votes (28% of the vote) that place the PSC, once again, as the first party in Catalonia.”

These results, Illa points out, allow us to “open a new stage” and “rebuild an inspiring Catalonia”, “which must once again be synonymous with stability, dialogue and progress”. “A Catalonia in which good government and economic and social advances will be the fuel of the industrial, social and civic engine that historically this country has always represented,” adds the candidate best positioned to preside over the Generalitat. “A Catalonia, which is set in motion, without sides or blocks (...) for all Catalans, wherever they come from, whatever they think, and whatever language they speak," he says.

Illa also points out that Sunday's victory is also "a recognition of the policies of the Government of Spain and the firm commitment of its president, Pedro Sánchez, to dialogue and coexistence" for which he is "deeply grateful for the complicity of socialism as a whole." Spanish” with Catalan citizenship.