The secretary of Organization and the secretary of Circles and Participation participate in a meeting with more than 400 people in Malaga, along with local and registered positions
The secretary of Organization of Podemos, Alberto Rodríguez, and the secretary of Circles and Participation, Ana Marcello, participated this Saturday in an act with the militancy of Malaga in which they analyzed the main organizational challenges that Podemos faces, with the view put in giving a new impulse to a project that "continues being useful" to the society, in words of Marcello. "We have a huge responsibility to continue being the hope for millions of people, and moving forward to change the country is done by militating and participating," Rodriguez added.
To strengthen this new militant culture and care, Rodriguez listed three immediate tasks: on the one hand, improve internal communication to move the political message to spaces of militancy and that the flow of information occurs in all directions, also below up, so that "this debate can be translated into concrete tasks"; on the other hand, more training "on the theoretical and practical level" to make social intervention, in addition to it being decentralized; and, finally, to establish from now on "a direct channel of contact of the militancy with the party, to solve any problem, whatever".
This last purpose is already a reality with the Office of Territorial Support, operational since this weekend on the web https://podemos.info/organizacion/oficina-de-soporte-territorial/.
It is a space in which any registered person can contact to raise their query and receive a response from the organization.
Invited by the local management of Malaga, the meeting was moderated by Nico Sguiglia, member of its Municipal Citizens Council, and took place in the Martitian promenade of the Andalusian city before more than 400 people, many of them militants from different registered circles and points of the province. Along with both, Eva García Sempere, deputy of Unidas Podemos, participated; Vanessa García, regional parliamentarian of Adelante Andalucía; and Paqui Macías, councilor of Podemos-Adelante Málaga.
Ana Marcello, meanwhile, also had an impact on improving communication, creating more direct channels and "being able to talk about politics in circles". "The key is to be a useful instrument for the outside and for the popular classes," in reference to Podemos and the United Podemos coalition. "We were born diverse, we have to enrich ourselves with that diversity," he said.
Sunday, July 14, 2019