The state co-spokesman for Podemos, Javier Sánchez Serna, has insisted on asking the second vice president of the Government and leader of Sumar, Yolanda Díaz, to campaign for United We Can in the face of 28M. "She is the force by which she is in the Government of Spain," she added.
To questions from the media in Toledo, where he attended an information table together with the candidate of United We Can for the Presidency of the Board, José Luis García Gascón, Sánchez Serna has indicated that the municipal and regional elections are going to be "very important" for the future of the country.
"We understand that we have to put all the resources, all our enthusiasm and dedication to these elections and we would like to see Yolanda Díaz campaigning in this land and for all the candidacies of United We Can", he argued.
Regarding the polls for the general elections that give a low percentage of the vote to Podemos, the co-spokesperson for the purple formation has stated that they show a fixed photo of reality but are also "a political instrument that wants to influence".
It is for this reason that he has stated that these surveys are going to become "old" very soon and that "the fundamental thing" now is the municipal and regional ones in which the purple formation is focused.
"The fact of preserving the progressive regional governments and stopping the advance of the right and the extreme right is going to be key to being able to reissue a coalition government," he has settled.
Regarding Castilla-La Mancha, he has indicated that its citizens are not forced to choose between the right and a president, alluding to Emiliano García-Page, "of the right" who has not recovered the cuts in public services and makes "political indistinguishable from the PP".
Thus, it has valued that if pensions have been updated, the SMI has been raised or there is a new Housing Law, it is because there is "a brave force" in the Government such as Unidas Podemos, what they want to happen in Castilla-La It stains because today the government that it has "does not consider itself progressive."
"We are convinced that it is necessary for United We Can to return to the Courts to achieve a change of course that has to translate into the recovery of the weight of public services and the commitment to a new productive model that generates better and more work in this land and that allows for economic planning so that natural resources do not continue to be depleted," he said.
As he has indicated, the progressive people of Castilla-La Mancha have to take into account that the latest surveys indicate that in many provinces of the region the last deputy is playing between United We Can and the PP for what he sees as "fundamental" that they vote to the coalition to avoid a right-wing government.
On his side, García Gascón has denounced "the copy" between García-Page and the PP in relation to the "destruction and drying" of the aquifers and the water of Castilla-La Mancha. "It is unsustainable to want to legalize illegal wells as the PP and Page have proposed in the Tablas de Daimiel, copying Moreno Bonilla in Andalusia," he pointed out.
Faced with this, he has proposed establishing a "climate shield" that protects water and, specifically, a moratorium against super-intensive water exploitation of vulture funds in Castilla-La Mancha. Something that would be complemented with the empowerment and promotion of trees by the Board and the municipalities; and updating and improving firefighting services, especially in surveillance areas.