VALENCIA, 18 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Minister of Equality and number two of Podemos, Irene Montero, has opined that the purple party and the Sumar initiative of Vice President Yolanda Díaz should "have an agreement as soon as possible that allows certainties to be given to all of the to citizenship".
This was pronounced this Saturday, in statements to the media, during an act in Valencia, asked about the act that Yolanda Díaz shared with the leader of Más País, Íñigo Errejón, and the statements made by the promoter of 'Sumar' about that he "politics is about talking" about people's lives, and not about "noise, forces or pressures".
Irene Montero has stated that she has "nothing to say about the vice president's agenda" and that Podemos is doing its "part of the job, which is to propose that there be an agreement as soon as possible."
The leader of Podemos has assured that her formation "respects the times of Yolanda Díaz to build her party and announce what she has to announce at the time she so decides."
However, he added that his opinion is that they should have "an agreement as soon as possible that allows us to already give certainty to the general public in the municipal and regional elections" and has assured that Podemos is "working" on "doing its party" so that "in our country these progressive, multinational and, above all, feminist positions that allow progress in rights and build a more just society and in which everyone can see their rights guaranteed" gain more and more strength, has settled.