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Alberto Núñez Feijóo makes a tremendous geographical error at the end of the campaign

Jesus Carames

July 22, 2023 | 7:31 a.m.

Alberto Nunez Feijoo, the candidate of the Popular Party, has concluded the electoral campaign with a notable stumble. At a time when any slip-up can be amplified, the last days of Feijóo's campaign have been marked by controversial absences, old "smuggling" acquaintances and a peculiar geographical error.

Feijóo Locates Huelva in the Mediterranean

In a moment that could sum up the end of his campaign, Feijóo made a notable geographical error when locating Huelva, a clearly Atlantic city, on the Mediterranean Sea.

“We have reached the end of the campaign. This morning I have been in the Mediterranean, in Huelva, “said the candidate.

These words caused a wave of confusion on social networks, with tweeters questioning the candidate's aptitude to occupy Moncloa.

Social Networks Respond Quickly

Social networks were quick to respond to the candidate's geographical lapse. Many users expressed their astonishment and disbelief, questioning Feijóo's abilities.

"Oh, I'M DIE NOW," tweeted Miss Anthropía.

"Really... that this IGNORANT even has the chance to win...", commented Alber_CV on his Twitter account.

«This is how the campaign closes, damn it. Say yes, Fakejóo, "replied Adrián Opazo.

It is not the first time that Feijóo has made a geographic error

This error is added to the list of geographical stumbling blocks of the PP leader. Let us remember that in the previous municipal campaign, during a meeting in Extremadura, he assured that Badajoz was in Andalusia. Likewise, a few days ago he placed Valladolid as the capital of Castilla y León, even though this is true and does not represent an error.

The end of Feijóo's campaign seems to sum up the challenges he has faced in recent days. As he prepares for Election Day, these errors could play a crucial role in voters' decision. Still, only the election result will reveal the true impact of these slip-ups.

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