Valencia (EFE) through the ballots of this formation.
Iglesias has starred in the old bed of Valencia in the act of closing the campaign of Unides Podem-Esquerra Unida in the Valencian Community, where he has shown his support for the candidate for mayor, Pilar Lima, “an example of so many things”, and to the Second Vice President of the Consell, Héctor Illueca, as the “next president” of the Generalitat.
RASCISM IS A REALITY
The former Vice President of the Government has referred to the insults against Vinicius in the Mestalla field and has affirmed that racism is “a reality” in Spain and in Europe, and affects footballers, but also racialized citizens who have problems finding a housing, who are mistreated in their jobs, and many workers in this country.
Iglesias has affirmed that racism grows in societies, where words such as “black, cute, dyke, do you think that being deaf and lesbian represents a merit to be a candidate, feminists, badly fucked” or “I am not a macho nor feminist”, and has insisted that “fascism is a problem in our society”.
ACT INTERRUPTED 2 MINUTES
For two minutes, the act was interrupted by some women who have shouted “feminism does not vote traitors”, who have been evicted by the party while the public shouted “yes we can” and to which Iglesias has responded that “every time someone tells a trans woman that she is not a woman, fascism grows” and that in the acts of Podemos there is “not one millimeter of space for transphobes. The transphobes, with the fascists”.
The candidate for the presidency of the Generalitat, Héctor Illueca, has defended that they are people who “do not resign, who do not kneel, who are not willing to give up”.
He has asked for “one last effort” so that in the next Botànic they are “with more force” and thus they can take “changes and public policies further”.
He has warned that “going back to the past” is not only that PP and Vox govern the Community, but that “the neoliberal policies of the old bipartisanship are back, whether they are practiced by the PP or the PSOE”, so on Sunday we must say at the polls that “the past will not return” and that “a dignified future” requires a democratic, supportive and republican alternative”.
THE FIRST DEAF CANDIDATE AND THE SECOND LESBIAN
The Unides Podemos candidate for mayor of Valencia, Pilar Lima, has claimed that she is the first deaf candidate in the history of democracy in Spain and Europe, and the second lesbian candidate,
“We already had one that was very bad, Rita Barberá; Well, now the good dyke is going to come in ”, she assured.
Lima has asked to “give everything” on Sunday and choose the ballots of “those who comply”, while the EUPV coordinator, Rosa Pérez, has assured that there are two paths for 28M: to go forward or “very backwards” and there are to tell them “this time they won’t happen”.