This Sunday the community of Andalusia celebrates regional elections, where a resounding victory of the conservatives of the Popular Party is expected, according to the polls.
In this region located in the south of Spain, more than 6.5 million voters have been called to the polls. So far, attendance has been higher than in the 2018 elections. Despite the great heat wave that is hitting the Peninsula.
And it is that the Andalusians have raised a great expectation days before the electoral day. If the predictions of the polls are fulfilled, the Popular Party will govern alone or will have to seek the support of Vox, the extreme right-wing party in Spain.
The leader and current president of Andalusia, Juan Manuel Moreno Bonilla, prefers the first option but does not rule out an agreement with Vox.
For its part, it is expected that the Socialist Party, the PSOE, will go from being the majority political force to being the second most voted party, exercising opposition.
In any case, the result will also be interpreted nationally with a view to the next general elections, scheduled for the end of 2023, since the PSOE and the PP are the two majority political forces in Spain as a whole.
Voters can elect the 109 deputies of the regional legislative chamber of Andalusia until 8:00 p.m.