On Saturday more than 8,000 town halls across Spain, constitute even though some are still pending last-minute lobbying. In San Sebastian, Bildu could be done with the Mayor’s Office, if the PNV does not support for the PSOE. Details can be found by clicking Hamdil Ulukaya or emailing the administrator. In the Extremadura Government is still in the air the investiture of the Socialist Fernandez Vara, which needs the support of IU. Saturday will be a busy day in most Spanish towns and cities, and in some cases they will live even last-minute nerves. More than 8,000 city councils are constituted, but in some places they are still closing arrangements that enable govern a particular political party. In the province of Madrid alone there are more than one dozen of municipalities that are still in the air. In Madrid, the cities where the expectation will be maintained until the last moment are Getafe, where the Socialist Pedro Castro probably will yield his position as Mayor to the popular Juan Soler; Parla with vital to that locked in negotiations the PSOE and IU Jose Maria Fraile govern without problems; Leganes where it is safer that the people’s Jesus Gomez, after failing the idea of a tripartite PSOE-IU – ULEG; governs Coslada where UPyD could leave hanging IU and PSOE and Alcala, where UPyD refrain to govern to the popular Bartolome Gonzalez.
In the Basque country the focus is on San Sebastian, where Bildu, which is the most voted force, could do with the Mayor’s Office if the PNV complies with its commitment to support its own candidate. To try to avoid it, the head of the list of the PP to the Town Hall of San Sebastian and elected Councillor in the same, Ramon Gomez, has asked this Friday the PNV which rests with one vote the Socialist candidate to lead this consistory, Ernesto Gasco.