United We can thus face a campaign focusing on the rights of citizens and remarking that only this political force will carry out social measures that end discrimination and inequality.
United We can launch a song of support for your electoral campaign on Monday, a theme that pays tribute to the different civil society groups that fight for their rights, such as the LGTBI collective, migrants, taxi drivers and stevedores, which they sleep in the CIE, the kellys, and the retirees and the riders, among many others.
The song is a version adapted for the campaign of United We can by its author, Lülu. The author has given the song to the political formation so that he can use it during this campaign. To interpret this song, Lülu has brought together as collaborators Juankar (vocalist of the band Boikot), Fernando Madina (vocalist of Recidivists), vocalists Marta de la Aldea, Sara Yubero, Noe Manzaneque and Yoli Gómez, Grass (drums of Boikot) , Joseba (bassist of the band Sugarless and Crime Syndicate). In addition to the Nega of the Corn Chikos, which contributes with a fragment of its own authorship.
'You can', which is the title of the song, highlights the political and social reality of today's Spain, emphasizing the need to stop the reactionary, sexist, xenophobic and racist political forces that today are a reality in some Institutions of our country.
«They return with machismo they return with racism, homophobia and cruelty. They say they have arrived, they have never left, ”says the issue of United We Can and continues“ we are the revenge of broken dreams, people raised, heart and courage pursuing social equality ”.
United We can thus face a campaign focusing on the rights of citizens and remarking that only this political force will carry out social measures in the face of the next economic recession. The cuts to those above are one of the most repeated phrases for political formation in this election campaign.
"If this democracy knows you little by little join us that we are many more," sings the motto.
Monday, October 28, 2019