The fight between the leftist forces to build the Andalusian confluence for Andalusia does not get worse. While the six forces that make up the Andalusian project (Podemos, IU, Más País, Verdes Equo, Alianza Verde and Initiative for Andalusia) negotiate a new political agreement, the dispute reaches the entire State. The tensions that are evident today may be an outline of what could happen at the state level if Yolanda Díaz finally ventures to build a new political project that surpasses United We Can.
The turn of Pablo Iglesias has come. The former Vice President of the Government has referred to what happened in Andalusia this Monday in the microphones of hour 25the program of the Chain BE in which he participates weekly. And, questioned by the journalist Aimar Bretos about whether this could be “a prologue to what is to come in the negotiations of the Yolanda Díaz project, he said: “It has already been seen that, when two political groups do not agree with Regarding who should lead, there is no other solution than to let everyone vote”.
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