Belarra allies with Garzón: “Mañueco invents the hoax of the macro-farms to cover up his corruption”

United We Can He has also wanted his share of the cake of the political ‘super Saturday’ that has been lived in Castile and Leon with the presence of all the parties in different acts. The purple party has opted for a civic center of Valladolid to present their candidate for the elections of 13-F, Paul Fernandez, and it was the Minister of Social Rights, Ione Belarra, who acted as godmother.

The minister wanted to make clear the position of support for her colleague, Alberto Garzon, Minister of Consumption and has taken the opportunity to charge harshly against the president of Castilla y León, Alfonso Fernandez Manueco, whom he has defined as the “candidate of the hoax of the macrogranjas and of the lie”. And it is that in his opinion, the leader of the regional PP has performed “a very old trick” that of “covering his lies with a bigger one.” And it is that he has highlighted that Mañueco “has invented the hoax of the farms so that there is no talk of his more than possible cheating in the primaries” held in Salamanca to become a candidate.

His opinion on macro farms is that “they put an end to family farming, contaminate and annoy the neighbors”. To insist again that Mañueco “is the candidate of the hoax.”


Belarra has attached great importance to the upcoming 13-F elections and has recognized that it is about choosing between “those who tell the truth”, such as United We Can, or “those who lie and spread hoaxes”, in reference to the Popular Party . He has also assured that in the elections, PP and PSOE seek to “lay the first stone” for the return of bipartisanship in Spain, in order to “distribute all the power and all the decisions in offices and carpeted corridors.” For this reason, he has asked Castilians and Leonese to vote for a party that “has activated the care policy and a record investment in dependency.”

The political coalition presented at the civic center Dancer Vicente Escudero from Valladolid the candidacy led by the leader of the purple formation, Pablo Fernández, with the support of other state leaders, such as the general secretary of the PCE, Henry Santiago, and the coordinator of Alianza Verde, Juantxo López de Uraldewho were also present at the event.

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