SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Sep. 5 (EUROPE PRESS) –
The president of the Government of the Canary Islands, Ángel Víctor Torres, has advocated this Monday for exhausting the Legislature in the islands because although there are studies and surveys that may recommend otherwise, he does not believe in political “opportunism”.
“An advance election is not in my head”, he pointed out in an interview granted to ‘Radio Club Tenerife’ and collected by Europa Press in which he makes it clear that it will be “good” for the Government “and a guarantee” that the term ends the same four political forces that started it, which could also continue beyond 2023.
Although he has left some shadow of doubt — “we’ll see what happens in the coming months” — he has been in favor of “finishing the work done” and demonstrating that the Executive concludes the Legislature with “the same forces” with which it arrived and putting on the table that the interest of the people has had “more weight” than that of the political parties themselves.
Torres has recognized that sometimes there are “clashes” derived from some laws or some budget “but it is not the case” in the Canary Islands.
Regarding the possibility of reissuing the ‘Pacto de las Flores’ –PSOE, NC-bc, Sí Podemos and ASG– in the next Legislature, he understands that it would be “logical” that if the work ends with a “certain naturalness” the alliance would be repeated, but For this, we must wait for the vote of the citizens and for the four forces to reach 36 deputies.