The formation has not yet finalized the poster of charges for an event that last year brought together Belarra, Montero and Iglesias but not Díaz
MADRID, 2 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -
We can celebrate if 'Autumn University', its forum for ideological reflection to promote its political agenda, at the beginning of November and with the next electoral cycle as a backdrop (municipal and regional elections in May 2023 and general six months later) .
The purple formation has already set the date for these debates with its militancy, which will be deployed on November 4, 5 and 6, although at the moment it does not detail either attendees or in which location it will be deployed. Also, like last year, it will display musical performances for its bases.
In the 2021 edition, it took place in the town of Rivas Vaciamadrid and featured the leader of Podemos, Ione Belarra, the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, the head of Consumption and federal coordinator of IU, Alberto Garzón, and former Vice President Pablo Iglesias. . However, the second vice president and head of Labor, Yolanda Díaz, did not participate.
During the closing of last year, both Belarra, who had already been elected leader of the formation in the summer, and Iglesias expressed their support for the broad front strategy led by Díaz, who has already launched his new platform 'Sumar' conceived as a movement citizen.
The general secretary of the purple formation has emphasized in recent days that she aspires to get "strong and broad" candidacies for the regional and municipal elections. In addition, she has remarked that Podemos conceives 'Sumar' as a fundamental ally with whom she will coalesce "yes or yes" in future general elections.
It also laid the foundations for the political objectives of training for the next decade, with its commitment to promoting public companies in all strategic sectors (energy, pharmaceutical industry or telecommunications) by 2030.
Other proposals for this horizon that Podemos defends is to reduce the working day to 30 hours per week in general, reach a minimum interprofessional salary (SMI) of more than 1,500 euros, set a permanent tax on banks and extend maternity leave to 12 months.
In addition, last year it proposed eliminating all flights to destinations that have a rail alternative of less than 3 hours, creating a reserve of essential raw materials, a specific package of measures for 'Empty Spain' and ensuring that the DNI can reflect a third gender that ends the binary conception of man and woman.