The Popular Party could face a first challenge to the courts of the outcome of the extraordinary congress that on July 20 and 21 will elect its new president if one of the candidates, José Ramón García-Hernández, does not find an answer to the petition that has raised on Tuesday the organizing committee (COC) to allow all affiliates who are up to date to pay can vote, not only those who signed up at the latest on Monday, amounting to 7% of the official figure of militancy.

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