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Redondo, about Concha Velasco: "She said 'I feel red' and that did not prevent her from approaching all ideologies"

The Minister of Equality, Ana Redondo, said goodbye this Sunday with "deep emotion and enormous sadness" to the Valladolid actress Concha Velasco, whom she praised for her capacity for "consensus" and "mainstreaming": "She said 'I feel red' and that did not prevent him from approaching all ideologies.

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Redondo, about Concha Velasco: "She said 'I feel red' and that did not prevent her from approaching all ideologies"

The Minister of Equality, Ana Redondo, said goodbye this Sunday with "deep emotion and enormous sadness" to the Valladolid actress Concha Velasco, whom she praised for her capacity for "consensus" and "mainstreaming": "She said 'I feel red' and that did not prevent him from approaching all ideologies."

"She is a transversal woman, she is a woman of consensus, she is a socialist woman and she said it on many occasions, I feel red, but that did not prevent her from approaching and being close to all sensitivities and all ideologies, that makes her immensely great, that makes her a reference and an example," said Ana Redondo in statements to the media before the funeral in the Cathedral of Valladolid.

In this sense, the minister recalled that when Valladolid awarded her the Gold Medal, the three mayors of democracy were with her: "Then the three mayors were Tomás Rodríguez de Bolaños, León de la Riba and Óscar Puente, today I imagine that Jesús Julio Carnero would also be incorporated."

Redondo believes that Concha Velasco showed that "by being strong and being brave" you can reach "the highest." "I want to remember her with the strength, drive, bravery, ability and talent of her shell on stage, but also with that fragility of a fighting woman when she came down from the stage," he added.

"I think it is a source of pride for Valladolid, it is a source of pride for Spain and it is logical and fair that this city and the entire country remember her and say goodbye to her," Redondo said immediately afterwards.

However, he has asked to continue watching his films to vindicate his memory, although he has stressed that "it leaves a gap absolutely impossible to fill."

"A strong woman, a brave woman, a woman who also connected through her profession, through her roles as an actress, through her roles as Santa Teresa de Jesús or Juana la Loca or the Yeye girl, knew how to connect with the citizens , with citizens of different generations," he concluded.