Pablo Iglesias will debate weekly with Carmen Calvo in the chain's gathering

Former Vice President Pablo Iglesias, founding leader of we can, has added a third collaboration in the media and each week will participate in a gathering in t

Pablo Iglesias will debate weekly with Carmen Calvo in the chain's gathering

Former Vice President Pablo Iglesias, founding leader of we can, has added a third collaboration in the media and each week will participate in a gathering in the chain to be with Socialist Carmen Calvo, also former government vice president.

As announced by the Hournament presenter25, Aimar Bretrias, every Monday of his program will be starred by the two former Vice Presidents Juan Manuel García Margallo, currently MEPs of the PP. All three will start on September 6.

For Socialist Carmen Calvo will be one of his first public appearances since the departure of the government, although in his case he did not withdraw from politics, but remains a deputy of the PSOE in Congress.

In the case of churches, this tertulia is the third collaboration in media announced in recent days. Last week was learned that it will also be weekly at the Catalan station RAC1 and in the digital ctxt.

The one who was Secretary General of We can assured that, after his abandonment of politics, "he played" being "silent": "When one goes away, in any case eclipse those who stay or annoy those who stay" , It has been recognized.

But now he feels "very relaxed and eager to do things." According to him he explained, in the media he intends to exercise "critical journalist" and has augurated that he will be given "quite better" than institutional work.

After leaving the first policy line after the Elections of the Community of Madrid, it had already been transcended that Churches would be incorporated in September to an Internet Intersisciplinary Institute (IN3), assigned to the Oberta Universitat of Catalonia (UOC), that has defined as a "wonderful opportunity".

Updated Date: 04 September 2021, 21:25

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