MADRID, 30 Apr. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, will lead this Sunday in Cádiz the march organized by his formation and his union, Solidaridad, against the Government of Pedro Sánchez, whom he accuses of causing “ruin, misery and leading to economic collapse” to the popular and working classes of Spain.
Abascal will march through the center of Cádiz “in defense of the workers” together with the leader of his union, Rogelio Alonso, as opposed to the traditional march of unions, led by CCOO and UGT, which runs through the center of Madrid on May 1, Labor Day.
Cádiz is one of the provinces with the highest unemployment rate in Spain and the protagonist of numerous social uprisings. Vox has also supported in recent months the protests led by farmers, ranchers, the transport sector or has called mobilizations against rising prices and energy dependence.
‘To conquer everything’ is the motto of this march, which takes place a few days after the Andalusian president, Juan Manuel Moreno, announced the advancement of regional elections, which will be held on Sunday, June 19.
This same Thursday, Vox confirmed that its candidate for the Board will be the national deputy Macarena Olona, who has been multiplying her acts in the community for weeks, although she maintained suspense about her future. “She is putting on the face of a president,” Abascal said about her this week.
This Sunday, Vox will cry out at the march, convened at 12 noon on Avenida de los Astilleros, against “the government’s destructive agenda of unemployment and misery” and in defense of stable jobs and “decent wages” for workers.
Through the Twitter account in which it disseminates its ‘Spain Agenda’, Vox explains that it has chosen Cádiz for this protest due to its situation derived from unemployment, deindustrialization, “mass immigration”, drug trafficking and Gibraltar. “It’s time to give voice to this land,” proclaims the formation.