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People’s Party: fighting to top Catalonia’s right-wing camp

10 February 2021 08:01 PM

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ACN | Barcelona

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The Catalan branch of the People’s Party, or PPC, despite its established base, is expected to finish near the bottom of the vote count at the Catalan elections on February 14. 

right-wing party, their stance could be described as pro-EU, conservative, in support of Christian democracy and Spanish unionism. 

Unsurprisingly, their view regarding Catalan independence is harsh and defined; they are against it and refuse to engage in dialogue on the matter. 

Polls put the PP at anything between 7 and 9 seats, due to the fall of Ciudadanos, with the latest CIS survey placing PPC below both Vox and far-left CUP; seeing them take only 5.8% of the vote. Fernández’s political force could only play any role in governance if the pro-independence bloc does not retain their majority.

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