11-30-2019 | Cs

The president of the General Council emphasizes that the party faces 'with enthusiasm' this new participatory process to 'remain a project with a future and necessary for our country'

"On March 15, affiliates will decide the future and model of the party they want." This was stated by the president of the General Council of Citizens (Cs), Manuel García Bofill, who chairs the meeting of the highest body between Assemblies of the orange formation held in Madrid.

Likewise, the General Council of Citizens has unanimously approved the Regulations of the Management Commission and by a large majority the composition of the same, which will work “with enthusiasm” in an “orderly transition process that will be fully participatory” and in which “ voice will be given to all proposals submitted, ”explained García Bofill.

The president of the General Council of Cs has vindicated the legacy of Albert Rivera and stressed that "only citizens can bring to Spain focused, liberal policies that support families, our self-employed, who stand up to nationalism and move towards democratic regeneration. " In this regard, he pointed out that "in this new stage, commitment and transparency will continue to be the hallmarks of this country project that has citizens".

The Citizens Management Commission will be formed by:

– Manuel García Bofill – President

(Barcelona, ​​1959). Degree in philosophy. Master in Marketing

– José Manuel Villegas – Secretary General

(Barcelona, ​​1968). Law Degree from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, ​​with a Master's Degree in Bankruptcy Law

– Carlos Cuadrado – Deputy Secretary General and Head of Finance

(Barcelona, ​​1968). He has studied in Industrial Engineering. Industrial machinery businessman for the textile sector

– Melisa Rodríguez – Spokesperson

(London, 1986). A native of the island of La Palma, she has a degree in Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Barcelona and a Master in Renewable Energies from the European University of the Canary Islands

– Joan Mesquida – Deputy spokesperson

(Felanitx, Balearic Islands, 1962). Degree in Political Science and Sociology and in Law. He was Secretary of State for Tourism and General Director of the Police and Civil Guard

– José María Espejo-Saavedra – Institutional Action Manager

(Madrid, 1976). Lawyer and Master in Bankruptcy Law. He has worked for 12 years in one of the main Spanish banks as a lawyer responsible for legal advice to the commercial network

– Fran Hervías – Organization Manager

(Tossa de Mar, 1983). Degree in Geography from the University of Girona and Master in Applied Climatology from the University of Barcelona

– Marina Bravo – Program Manager

(Zaragoza, 1978). Roads, Canals and Ports Engineer. She has worked as a researcher at the university, in private enterprise in the public works and building sector and in Adif where she currently has a leave of absence

– Guillermo Díaz – Head of Communication

(Malaga, 1978). Degree in Law. and civil mediation expert

– Beatriz Pino – Deputy Head of Communication

(Vigo, 1975). Journalist with a long career in the media

– Begoña Villacís – Responsible for Local Policy

(Madrid, 1977). Law Degree from the CEU San Pablo University and Master in Tax Advice and Tax Law from the Comillas Pontifical University

– Ignacio Aguado – Responsible for Autonomous Policy

(Madrid, 1983). Degree in Law and Business Administration and Management from the Pontifical University of Comillas and in Political Science from the Autonomous University of Madrid and Master in Energy Business

– Marta Rivera – Institutional Relations Manager

(Lugo, 1970). Degree in Information Sciences and specialist in Political Communication from the Complutense University

– Luis Garicano – Responsible for International Affairs

(Valladolid, 1967). Degree in Economics and Law from the University of Valladolid. Master in European Economic Studies from the College of Europe (Bruges, Belgium). Master and Doctor of Economics from the University of Chicago (United States)

– Miguel Gutiérrez – Training Manager

(Madrid, 1964). Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, specialist in Geodesy and Cartography, with more than 30 years of professional experience

– Andrés Betancour – vocal Legal secretary

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