It's not the only change. The deepest is the growth of the extreme right of Vox, which not surprisingly stops alarming. It increases more than six points and doubles its representation: from three to seven, one from the PP and three from the PSOE. It means that almost one in four of the Valencian seats to the Congress of Deputies (32) are for the extreme right, which has sustained its campaign on the condemnation of autonomies, the blaming of illegal immigration, much patriotic declaration and the demonization of what he calls "progressive dictatorship."
In addition to the Vox boom, the other formation that benefits from the repetition of elections is the PP, which wins a deputy (for the province of Valencia). It happens to have eight in the Valencian Community, rises 4.5 points with respect to April and improves the results of the match in all Spain (22.1% against 20.8). However, the thirteen seats that he obtained in June 2016 are far away, because he does not go back to the golden times (for them) of bipartisanship.
The fattening of the extreme right occurs at the expense of Citizens, the big loser of the night in all Spain and also in the Valencian Community, where from six seats it passes to two, one through Valencia and another through Alicante. Albert Rivera's are the big victims of the blockade in the governance of Spain. The no to Pedro Sanchez takes its toll, while observing how the hard speech about Catalonia has been stolen by Vox. The extreme right is done with the voice of the indignant and the protest vote.
However, the Valencian group of citizens has a nail to hold on to: its result is better than that of the party throughout Spain. Get one more point, although the fall in six months is loud (from touching 18% to not reaching 8%; almost 300,000 votes are left). Thus, of the ten deputies throughout Spain to whom Rivera's training is reduced, two will be from C. Valenciana. Charges of the party already ventured yesterday forced movements before the debacle.
The photograph left by these elections is that of a society much more inclined to the right. Between the traditional (PP) and the radical (Vox) add 15 seats, almost half of all Valencians. Six months ago, Vox was the last-minute guest and the main actor with the PP was the training that was presented as more than center right (Cs).
Meanwhile, Compromis stays as it was, although those were not the expectations after the alliance with the young structure of Ínigo Errejon (More Country). The operation has not worked as expected, which means on the other hand giving the reason to Monica Oltra, who defended to partner with United We can rather than with More Country. The coalition leader preferred last night to remain in a significant background, out of the spotlight during the parliament of the deputy of the formation, Joan Baldovi.
Both the spokesman for Mes Compromis in Congress and the representatives of Unides Podem yesterday influenced Sanchez's responsibility in the rise of "the intolerant" for not agreeing before a left-wing government (and with Catalan independentistas). As this possibility still gives the results, although with less force, the two Valencian formations to the left of socialism extended their hand to try. Also the leader of the Valencian socialists, Ximo Puig, again advocated last night for a progressive government (not a novelty) and for the isolation of an extreme right that he labeled sectarian and fanatic.
This new patriotic and populist right, in the image and likeness of the one that takes root in Italy, France, Germany, Hungary, Austria and other European countries, is already the first force in a good handful of Valencian municipalities.
By provinces, it grows in all three, but it takes momentum especially in Alicante, where it goes on to match the PP by climbing from one seat to three (in neighboring Murcia it is first force). In Castello steals the deputy who had Cs and in Valencia, Vox and PP raise one deputy each to the detriment of many others of Cs.
Unides Podem suffers in Alicante, where he loses a parliamentarian. However, endures the appearance of Errejon and the clash with Sanchez: less than one point is left with respect to April.
In short, Vox, PP and, slightly, Mes Compromis increase their percentage of vote in relation to 28A. Also, Vox, PP and United We can get better results than their matches throughout Spain. The biggest gap is in the extreme right (more than three points). The PSPV reduces the crack with the PSOE. All this, with a participation lower than April, but not as low as expected (71.74%). This has been the 10N.
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