Since the preposition “a” as a personal “a” wouldn’t “les” also be a correct?
Even verbs that require preposition "a" can have a "direct object pronoun". Have a look at this sentence with verb "ver" [a alguien] = to see [someone].
"Yo veo a mis padres todos los domingos."
Here "a mis padres" would be a direct object, not an indirect object, therefore if turned into a pronoun we need "los", not "les":
"Yo los veo todos los domingos."
Having said that, you will occasionally see a "le/les" used incorrectly. This is due to something called "leísmo" which is an incorrect use of lo/los, making them le/les.
I hope this helps.
Gracias y un saludo
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