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Married sees this Wednesday to Santamaría and takes to Barcelona its first executive committee

The new leader of the PP will meet before anyone with Rajoy and also wants to arrange a meeting with Pedro Sánchez

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Married sees this Wednesday to Santamaría and takes to Barcelona its first executive committee

The new president of PP, Pablo Casado, will meet with Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría this Wednesday to discuss integration of list that lost in Congress last weekend and convene next day, Thursday, and in Barcelona to Executive Committee Approve new organic structure of party. Before you also plan to see Mariano Rajoy.

Casado has explained in an interview in Cadena Cope that when moving committee to Barcelona wants to launch an "unequivocal" message that party that now leads will give battle in Catalonia. In last autonomic elections PP did not achieve enough votes to have a parliamentary group. He has not yet decided who will be his new secretary or secretary general because he wants to talk "with or candidates" who were presented to primaries, but has admitted that it can not be someone close to Santamaría because that name has to leave list that He took to conclave of PP last Saturday, covered entirely by his supports and Cospedalistas.

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"People are waiting for a conservative liberal reformist agenda. It is my commitment and we will carry it out, "he added later in radio. The new leader of PP has proposed measures such as returning to abortion law of 1985, harden response of Penal code to independence and reform electoral law "not to rely on nationalists and minority parties."  Casado has explained that he "shares" a lot with citizens, and that he expects relationship to be "good." "But my project is more ideologically defined," he added.

The new leader of PP has concluded in Onda Cero his first round of interviews after being elected last Saturday. "I aspire to have ten or eleven million votes," he said, not to rely on or formations. "You must govern most voted list," he recalled, after Santamaría's candidacy afearaed him during campaign that would not have been integrated into his list after former vice-president won first round of primary voting.

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