The platform Íñigo Errejón with which you will present to the general elections of November 10, More Country , can be submitted in 17 districts, according to the preliminary agreement signed with Equo, which must ratify the bases of the party ecologist. If so, the green is joined by Compromís , whose militants passed Tuesday to go along with the new party in the Valencian Community.
According to sources of Equo, the preliminary agreement signed between both parties sets out that will be presented "in coalition" in those provinces that choose to "seven or more deputies" , excluding the Balearic islands and the Valencian Community, where the arrangements depend on Verds-Equo, which is part of Compromís. In the specific case of Madrid , which comprises 37 members, Equo would have a candidate in the position two or three, plus two other candidates between the posts 10 and 30.
Following this criterion, More Country and Equo would, apart from Madrid, in the provinces of Sevilla (12 deputies), Malaga (11), Murcia (10), Cadiz (nine), Las Palmas, La Coruña and Vizcaya (eight). To the limit, with seven deputies, are Granada, Pontevedra, Asturias, Zaragoza and Santa Cruz de Tenerife . is Barcelona , with 32 seats, would meet also this requirement, but from Equo ruled yesterday on Twitter to participate in coalition next to More Country in this province, although the party of Errejón what to do. For its part, the agreement with Compromís sum Valencia (15), Alicante (12) and Castellón (five) and la Chunta (CHA) has offered to Errejón to conform to the lists of joint.
In this sense, the sources of the green party consulted yesterday by ABC insisted that there could be "some exclusions" in this listing, since the goal is "not to diminish the block progressive". The response in Most countries was similar: "The agreement includes sites where we have not decided to introduce ourselves, but were close by if we do so" . This is in line with the discourse of Errejón, who after being proclaimed candidate to the presidency of the Government requested the constitution of a committee to study "in what provinces" and "territories" could "add."Slopes of the bases
The militants and supporters of Equo will be the responsible for giving their approval through the electronic consultation that the party is working since Wednesday and will end today at 15.00 hours. The affiliate must choose between going to the 10-N of the hand of Most Country or do it next to United we Can. A third option is to go solo.
Equo had in the just completed legislature a deputy, Juantxo López de Uralde , head of list of United we Can in Alava. In a press conference, Uralde on Wednesday rejected the possible alliance with More Country, "a strategic error". Was broken with the party and stated that he would remain in we Can regardless of the result of the query.Updated Date: 27 September 2019, 23:03