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Belarra guarantees that Podemos will set up a “yes or yes” “electoral alliance” with Díaz’s platform for the general election

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The Minister for Social Rights, Ione Belarra (i), and the Minister for Equality, Irene Montero, on the first day of the 26th edition of the State of the Union debate at the Congress of Deputies on July 12, 2022, in Madrid (Spain) . – Alberto Ortega – Europa Press

He highlights that they have chosen the vice president as their candidate and warns that people will not tolerate focusing on the internal matter

MADRID, August 1 (EUROPA PRESS) –

Podemos leader and social rights minister Ione Belarra has guaranteed that her formation will build a “yes or yes” “electoral alliance” in the next elections with the “Sumar” platform promoted by second vice president Yolanda Díaz generals .

In statements to TVE collected by Europa Press, he has sent a message of “calm” to the progressive arch to guarantee that this merger of his party and the new Diaz project will be the “best possible”.

“We view (‘Sumar’) as a strategic electoral ally,” Belarra snarled, reiterating that the entire space, whether United We Can or ‘Sumar’, is gearing up to have the “best possible electoral result” in the general election in to be able to consolidate the progressive block.

And it is their goal to be the majority force of a progressive coalition government after the elections, as they are the best guarantee of making various advances that have yet to be deployed. In fact, the social rights chief has pointed out that if she had this leadership position in the coalition, the gag law would already have been repealed or the rent regulation of the housing law would have been repealed.


The Podemos leader has confirmed that Díaz is her “candidate” since it was precisely her formation that she proposed to lead the future electoral candidacy and that it is “the best news” for her that the vice-president has given her ” Election project” starts”.

Yes, and when asked how that confluence will play out, Belarra said the people of the country “are not here for internal affairs of the political space,” but rather want them to promote progressive action, especially when the right is “encouraged ” becomes.


Source europapress.es

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