Las Palmas De Gran Canaria (EFE) people organized into 35 work groups who have accompanied her “already have a project to win a country”, a dream, she said “in which no one is left over”.
“We have ideas, imagination, hope and we want to dream because when you don’t dream there is no future. Faced with a change of era, we have to change public policies. We want to change Spain with diversity and own accents. We need everyone, this is not about winning an election, but about winning a country and for that there is no one left over”, Díaz asserted.
In his final speech at the only Sumar act held in the Canary Islands, and which will be followed next Sunday in Madrid by the official presentation of his candidacy for the Presidency of the Spanish Government, Díaz stressed that this project is welcome to anyone who wants to join, “Think what you think, because nobody is asked for a card”.
Yolanda Díaz stressed that Sumar’s mission is “to care for the people who are outside”, not to talk about himself, for which he stressed that “a country cannot be won by defending a stretcher table and talking about electoral lists”. .
Yolanda Díaz convenes an act on April 2 to announce her candidacy for the general elections
The Minister of Labor, Yolanda Díaz, has called a public event in Madrid for her Sumar platform on April 2 in which she could announce her candidacy for the December general elections.
“Next April 2 we have new things to tell you,” Díaz herself stated in a message on her official Twitter account at the beginning of the week with which she presents a short video announcing the event, which will be held at the sports center Magariños, from Madrid, at 11:30 in the morning.
The message includes a series of images about other previous events that the minister has starred in throughout the nine months that her “listening process” has lasted throughout Spain, with an extensive program of meetings with various groups to gather ideas with which to shape the future of Sumar.