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Belarra and Montero turn to Madrid, Valencia and the Balearic Islands at the start of the campaign for Iglesias to support UP in the Canary Islands

MADRID, 5 May.

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Belarra and Montero turn to Madrid, Valencia and the Balearic Islands at the start of the campaign for Iglesias to support UP in the Canary Islands


The leader of Podemos and holder of Social Rights, Ione Belarra, and the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, will turn to the start of the 28M campaign in Madrid, the Valencian Community and the Balearic Islands, with the presence in acts to cover the candidates from its space to the regional and municipal elections.

In turn, former Vice President Pablo Iglesias will also enter the scene in the first days of the campaign and on May 14 to provide support to the candidates in the Canary Islands.

According to sources from the purple formation, the main leaders of the state leadership will be involved in starting the electoral contest, with the aim of "revalidating and winning new progressive governments", and they have already outlined the first acts in different regions.

On the other hand, this Friday it is expected that the second vice president, Yolanda Díaz, will specify her campaign agenda for these elections, where she foresees a multitude of events throughout the country, with the aim of helping to maintain left-wing executives.

Precisely, the leadership of Podemos has sued the head of Labor to support their candidates in these elections and even transferred an open proposal for acts in the communities that they understood to be priorities.

The calendar that the purples manage reflects that both Belarra and Montero will support the candidates of Podemos, IU and Alianza Verde for the Mayor of Madrid and the Presidency of the Community, Roberto Sotomayor and Alejandra Jacinto, in the traditional pasting of posters hours before the start of the campaign in the Plaza de las Asambleas in the Orcasitas neighborhood of Madrid.

It is, according to the same sources, a "historic and pioneering" enclave in terms of citizen participation and associative movements for the right to housing, precisely one of the flags that will fly during these elections.

In turn, leaders of the State Executive such as the Secretary of Organization, Lilith Verstrynge; the Secretary of State for Equality, Ángela Rodríguez 'Pam', or the deputy Rafa Mayoral will travel to different territories to accompany representatives of the municipal and regional lists.

The start of the 28M campaign will take place in Valencia where the two ministers, together with the leader of the IU and Minister of Consumption, Alberto Garzón, will support the candidates Héctor Illueca, who heads the regional list, and Pilar Lima, head of the list for City council.

Precisely both Madrid and the Valencian Community are two essential enclaves for the formations that make up Unidas Podemos, given that they seek to guarantee their institutional presence to, for example, be key in the reissue of the Government of the 'Botanic Pact' and wrest the PP's stronghold in the capital.

In this way, Belarra and Montero will continue their campaign in Madrid on Saturday with an act focused on the defense of the rights of the LGTBi collective, again together with Sotomayor and Jacinto.

For his part, the parliamentary spokesman Pablo Echenique will travel to Murcia to support the head of the list at the regional level, María Marín, and the other candidates in the region.

On Sunday, Belarra will travel to Palma de Mallorca to participate in an act with the candidates for these elections Antonia Jover and Lucía Muñoz. Meanwhile, Iglesias will be in the Canary Islands to share a rally with the candidate of the 'Unidas Sí Podemos' coalition and regional councillor, Noemí Santana, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.