The More Madrid candidate for the regional elections on May 4, Mónica García, has rated its counterpart in Vox, Rocío Monasterio, of “bad people” but the “equidistance” of the president of the Community and candidate for reelection by the PP, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, seems even more “aberrant” to him.

In a video recorded from the Retiro park, Mónica García acknowledges that speaks “still with the bad body by violence and tension” lived the day before in the failed debate organized by Cadena Ser. “It seems to me a real drama that while the ICUs are full, some are only waiting to offer noise and hatred,” he declared, referring to Monastery, of whom he has openly stated that qualify them as “bad people” by “looking away when talking about an envelope with bullets.”

Vox’s questioning of the death threat to the candidate of United We Can, Pablo Iglesias, “is the last straw after years of belittling women, criminalizing children, or considering LGTBI people sick “.

“The equidistance of Ayuso”

“But if there is something more aberrant, it is Ayuso’s equidistance. I want Mrs. Díaz Ayuso to please explain to me how freedom is like threats, hatred and pettiness,” he questioned the ‘popular’. So has asked him “to stop hiding his head like an ostrichThat she be honest and have the courage to admit if she continues to aspire to govern with those who threaten the coexistence of Madrid men and women. “

The More Madrid roadmap is completely different. “In the face of provocations, threats and noise we will talk about what really matters. There is nothing that scares the extreme right more than talking about health centers, schools, the climate, and conciliation, “he assured.” I will talk about the problems of Madrid and Madrid with enthusiasm and empathy, that They are the best vaccine against hatred and that Ayuso will be given a ‘game over’ on May 4, “he declared.

Repeat the strategy of the Carmena and Errejón banners

In addition, Más Madrid repeats the strategy of the 2019 campaign with Manuela Carmena and Íñigo Errejón and they want to fill the balconies with banners with the face of Mónica García. The image of the banner, in the green tone of Más Madrid, is that of the campaign image of a smiling García while removing her mask to show, as explained by the formation, that on May 4 the opportunity to leave the pandemic and its consequences with a completely different management.

More Madrid in 2019 opted for the ‘banner campaign’ after the Electoral Board prevented hanging them on streetlights. The Electoral Board decided that Más Madrid had no right to hang its propaganda because the distribution of the streetlights had to be done according to the proportion obtained in the previous regional elections. In them, Más Madrid did not attend although some of its candidates did so then under the initials of Now Madrid or of Podemos in the case of the Assembly.

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