Barcelona Mayor Ada Colau said Thursday that Yolanda Diaz’s Sumar project was “essential” and was convinced that the initiative was destined to take center stage in the “progressive space”.
He assured that the project of the vice president and secretary of labor “can count on us to move forward”, recalling that Barcelona en Comú was also born as an addition initiative and is designed to “put people ahead of acronyms”.
Colau made these statements, accompanied by Más Madrid’s Community Assembly representative Monica Garcia, speaking to the media in Barcelona.
Thus, the Catalan mayor said that cooperation with Madrid is possible under Garcia, who managed to make Mas Madrid a second force in the 2021 elections.
Colau called Monica Garcia “hope for change for Madrid” and assured that with her arrival at the head of the mayor’s office of the Spanish capital, cooperation between the two cities will expand.
In the same vein, she criticized the fact that Isabel Diaz Ayuso and José Luis Martínez-Almeida “spend the day looking for confrontation through hate messages, trying to confront me, but I know this is not Madrid,” the mayor of Barcelona said.
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