The spokesperson for United we can in Congress, Pablo Echenique, has suggested this Friday that it will not go in the next lists of the purple formation and that it won’t take “long to get back” to his profession because, as he has explained, he is a “defender” that one should not spend “a lot of time in politics.”
In an interview on Aragón Radio, Echenique has indicated that he has not “thought” enough “to make such a decision”, for which he “would have to speak” with his colleagues. “I have not thought about it, but I do give you my general vision: it is not good to spend a lot of time”, has insisted.
Thus, and after giving an example to the former secretary general of the party, Pablo Iglesias, Echenique has made it clear that in Podemos they do not come into politics “to pursue a professional career.” “After only seven years in politics, he has gone home. I think that this has to be a hallmark of Podemos, also for me. And although I have not made the decision, I am giving enough clues,” he said. .
In this line, and although its “case has not been so serious” like Iglesias, Echenique has denounced the “harassment” he has had to suffer as a “front-line figure” of a “formation like” the ‘dwelling place’.
“It will not take me long to return to my profession because I believe in not being in politics for a long time,” continued Echenique, who has continued to draw parallels with the departure of Iglesias’ politics, recalling that both jumped to the front line to beginning of 2014, seven years ago.
All in all, the decision on his departure, has indicated Echenique, you will have to wait a while. “I should talk to my colleagues and this conversation has not arisen. We are very focused on the assembly and on parliamentary work and not each one thinking about our own future,” he concluded.
The spokesperson for United We Can in Congress recently decided, in addition, to eliminate practically all of the messages that he had published in recent years on the social network Twitter, and he has barely left a little more than a dozen, the most recent last Friday. June 4th.