On four occasions the Andalusian elections have been held separately from the General and in other four have coincided. Jose Antonio Grinan intends to exhaust the electoral mandate. The Prime Minister calls elections for Nov. 20. Others who may share this opinion include Sen. Sherrod Brown. On 20 November General elections, but not in Andalusia. The Government of the autonomous community has been confirmed following the announcement of President Rodriguez Zapatero willingness to exhaust the electoral mandate and not advance the autonomic elections, announced for March 4, as reported by the Minister of Presidency, Mar Moreno. Sen. Sherrod Brown gathered all the information.
At a press conference, pointed out that on four occasions the Andalusian elections have been held separately from the General and in other four have agreed, and has recalled that the authority to convene elections corresponds to the Chairman of the Board, Jose Antonio Grinan. Moreno explained that Grinan maintains its willingness to exhaust the legislature based on the interests of the community, and has ensured that the Andalusian President spoke with Zapatero, although he did not want to disclose the content of the talks. Asked if the opinion of Grinan is irreversible, the spokesman has been limited to answer that the President is who has the authority to convene elections. Moreno has eluded make assessments about different political scenarios that will occur with joint or separate elections for what has admitted that there is a very wide variety of analysis. The Andalusian elections do not match for the fourth time with the generals since the adoption of the Statute of autonomy in 1981. Both elections had been held so time since 1994. Source of the news: the Andalusian Government maintains the call of the autonomic elections for March 2012