Mario Jimenez calls for a turn to the left

Mario Jimenez calls for a turn to the left
Mario Jimenez calls for a turn to the left

What he is keeping quiet about is more striking than what he has just published on social network X. Especially because since the beginning of this legislature he had maintained a low public profile and had limited himself to his work in the Andalusian Parliament. Until today. Because Mario Jimenezformer parliamentary spokesman for the PSOE and one of the strong men of the party in previous stages (he came to preside over the management committee when Pedro Sánchez was ousted), has publicly called for a turn to the left in the PSOE of Andalusia.

On the social network X, Mario Jiménez has asked the regional leadership of his party to “go on the total offensive in the fight against the right” and present “a left-wing project without complexes” or, in other words, he is asking to open a debate within his party to reorient its political project.

Using the election results in France as an excuse, Jiménez has clearly positioned himself by calling for a change of position in the political strategy of the Andalusian PSOE, and thus joins the critical movement that already exists within the Andalusian socialists. The public statement by Mario Jiménez opens a new channel of water in the socialist parliamentary group where, until now, all the deputies had remained united in the defence of their general secretary, John Swords. The criticism came from other sectors of the Andalusian PSOE, which were downplayed by the regional leadership, arguing that they were a response to a kind of personal revenge. Espadas has already announced that he wants to be a candidate for the Junta again in 2026 and has called on critics to speak out in the party’s collegiate bodies. According to the internal rules of the Andalusian PSOE, a Steering Committee before the summer break. He has not yet been called up.

 
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