Monica Garcia (Madrid, 1974) has responded for 30 minutes to the questions of Cristian Campos, Chief Opinion Officer of EL ESPAÑOL, and Daniel Ramirez, editor-in-chief of Politics.

The leader of Más Madrid and head of the opposition in the Community of Madrid is the ninth guest of this newspaper to Talks of the Ineffable, informal interviews in which only one requirement is required: that the interviewee asks for an alcoholic drink and not water, coffee or a soft drink.

Monica Garcia, who confesses to having a “circumstantial and interested” relationship with alcohol, confesses that the objective of the More Madrid campaign was not to give the PSOE the surprise and that this was produced almost by decantation. He also affirms that he began his political career in the White Tide and that his vocation has always been the defense of public services.

The number one of Más Madrid is convinced that politics needs “a lobby for the common good” since, despite being “reviled”, it is capable of “transforming social reality”. Asked about her time at Podemos, she haggles the question and affirms that for her it is essential “to do politics in a space that is friendly and purposeful.” From which it could be deduced that Podemos is not.

Monica Garcia defends its decision to attend the Madrid regional elections separately from Podemos (“We have gotten more votes like this”) and she wonders during the interview who sent her into politics when she was “so calm in the operating room with the patient asleep and bothered only by the surgeon.”

The Ineffable talks with Mónica García.

Carmen Suarez

Finally, Mónica García reveals that she has not spoken more than once with Isabel Diaz Ayuso, shortly before a Debate on the State of the Region, and that it asked him not to give “a lot of cane.” In her last question, Mónica García reveals in scoop what happened to her bitter controversy with Raphael, and why did this end up in the hospital where she works.

The previous talks of the Ineffable

José Luis Martínez-Almeida (February 26, 2021)

Begoña Villacís (March 5, 2021)

Bea Fanjul (March 26, 2021)

Edmundo Bal (April 10, 2021)

Inés Arrimadas (April 28, 2021)

Isabel Díaz Ayuso (April 29, 2021)

Rita Maestre (May 14, 2021)

Ana Belén Vázquez (May 22, 2021)


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