"We can not wait, it is urgent to balance the balance, that we resume our voice, control and the ability to decide on the important things in our lives," said Irene Montero this afternoon.
Irene Montero, number two of United We can to the Congress for Madrid; Alberto Garzón, number one of United We can to the Congress for Malaga and general coordinator of IU; Noelia Vera, number one of United We Can for Cádiz; Eva G. Sempere, number two of Unidas Podemos por Málaga; Y Antonio Maíllo, general coordinator of IU Andalucía and spokesman in the Andalusian parliament, participated in the afternoon of this Thursday in a campaign event in the Palace of Congresses and Fairs of Malaga.
The example of Andalusia is key, he affirmed Irene Montero during his speech. "Here you have seen that voting for the PSOE does not work, because when they manage to govern, they make a pact with the right, and when they do not succeed they let the more extreme right pass. Voting the PSOE only serves to make vice president Albert Rivera. "
The number two of United We Can to Congress for Madrid has insisted that there is no time to lose. "We can not wait, it is urgent to balance the balance, that we resume the voice, the control and the ability to decide on the important things of our lives, to ensure that politics serves to put people's lives at the center: to defend public health and quality education, that if you have not been able to go to university if your sons and daughters can do it, the care stops being assumed by women in an invisible way and giving up their vital projects. We we will work so that public systems attend to this care and also protect the natural environment in which we live because there is no other spare and because they are not being demanded by young people in the street, aware that they are the ones who will have to inhabit it in the future ".
All this, Montero has insisted, "the PSOE can not do it because it does not want to bother the electricity companies or the vulture funds. They can not govern for people because they do not want to bother the powerful and because their campaigns are financed by the banks, in that they have much in common with the PP and Cs ». «That's why we say that this April 28», reiterated the number two of United Podemos, «the cruelest right is only put on the brakes shielding social rights and this can only be done without stones in the backpack. "
On the other hand, Noelia Vera has underlined that these elections are of constituent character because "they have stolen many things, many rights, but that is over and this goes on April 28."
"In Andalusia we have been robbed of the option of living in our land and they force us to leave home to find our lives because they have emptied everything. Nor do they let us choose the neighborhood where we want to live because they have allowed rent prices to skyrocket and we are forced to inhabit the peripheries. We have been told that we will not govern, that we will not achieve it, that the minimum wage can not be raised, that women can not decide on our bodies, that paternity permits can not be extended, that pensions can not be protected by law , that the democratic memory would better be forgotten … but, Who are they to tell us anything? That's over, imagine a Pablo Iglesias at the head of this country, imagine it because it's possible », Vera has settled.
Finally, Alberto Garzón, wanted to remember that those of April 28 are not normal elections. "During those years we have not been disputing seats, but disputing what Irene has said: whether or not we are going to be able to have the right to a pension after a lifetime of work, right to health, to public education … They want us to believe that charging a thousand euros is good news, but we are not going to resign ourselves to precariousness. All this is important that we keep it in mind when voting, because of the magnitude of the challenge we face as a society in these elections. "
Thursday, April 25, 2019