Madrid (EFE).- Four days after the deadline to register the electoral coalitions that will run on July 23, Podemos has warned other political forces that could join the coalition and Sumar that “demands, vetoes and exclusions torpedo unit”.
The spokesperson for the purple party, Isa Serra, insisted on this idea at a press conference when referring to the conditions of Compromís or La Chunta to lead the candidacies in their territories, avoiding clarifying whether the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, is one of the names that are being hit.
The purple ones also see the negotiations very delayed and redouble the pressure on the leader of Sumar, Yolanda Díaz, to sign an agreement: “Every minute that passes is wasted time” to recover the electorate who stayed at home in the autonomous and municipal elections of the past May 28, Serra stressed.
Podemos, which maintains total discretion over the negotiations, focuses on the delay it takes to reach an agreement, especially when the purple ones, by their statutes, are obliged to endorse with their militancy the coalition pact that is reached, as recalled another of the spokespersons, Pablo Fernández. The term expires at midnight next Friday.
Meanwhile, Yolanda Díaz is making moves to form her electoral team, such as the signing of the former leader of Podemos Pablo Bustinduy (he left the formation in 2019) to incorporate him into her campaign team, a signing that they have valued by highlighting “the enormous recognition to his experience.”