Former Jemad Julio Rodríguez will not collect his act of deputy for Podemos in the Madrid Assembly

Julio Rodrguez, former Chief of Defense Staff and member of the United We Can candidacy for the Madrid elections, did not collect his record as a deputy of the Madrid Assembly.

Rodríguez was ranked eleventh on the list headed by Pablo Iglesias, who resigned on election night to continue in politics after only garnering ten seats in the autonomous parliament. This movement allowed the entry of the former Jemad among the elected deputies in these elections.

By not collecting his minutes as a deputy, Rodríguez’s position will be filled by Tito Morano, the next in the electoral list of United We Can.

The news of Rodriguez’s step aside is known the same day that from the purple formation it has been confirmed that Alejandra Jacinto and Serigne Mbaye, who were part of the autonomous candidacy of United We Can as independents, will be present in the team with the one that Ione Belarra aspires to become secretary general of Podemos in the Assembly of the formation, which is held in the coming weeks.


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