Madrid, (EFE).- The Betis footballers Héctor Bellerín and Borja Iglesias have encouraged this Sunday on their social networks to go to vote “in favor of progress”, among other well-known characters who have wanted to set an example to mobilize the vote.
Bellerín, defender of the Sevillian team, has written: “Today is the day to vote in favor of progress, equality, human rights and the public sphere. Vote well.”
Meanwhile, the striker of his team who was born in Santiago de Compostela stressed: “Hopefully we are aware of the importance of today for the future. To take care of our human rights and continue to grow. I encourage you to vote, let’s vote in favor of progress”, concluded Iglesias.
For their part, the filmmakers Carlos Bardem and Cecilia Gessa, who are also a couple, have shared a photo of both with the message “Well, we have already voted. Two to Add”.
Vote with “joy”
Yolanda Díaz’s party has also been the one indicated by the actress María Botto, who has asked to vote with “joy”, with “hope” and “for human rights”, along with a poster with the face of the vice president of the Government.
Itziar Castro, also an interpreter, shared a series of photographs of her vote, along with her father and mother, who wore a rainbow bracelet. In a subsequent tweet she adds “after voting to sail, may the fascists catch us in international waters!”.
For her part, the actress and presenter Ana Obregón, wished the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, that he be “on the street” tomorrow.
The designer Ana Locking has occupied one of the positions at a polling station and has assured on networks: “Today I am very proud to call the roll!!! And I want to see you all vote!!!”.