The candidate for the Presidency of the Board for the coalition ‘For Andalusia’, Inmaculada Nieto (IU), has avoided this Wednesday to relate the grotesque of the left-wing conglomerate, with Podemos outside the Andalusian elections, with external interference. Questioned by this newspaper about whether the ridicule of the coalition is a consequence of the war between the former leader of Podemos, paul churchesand the second vice-president of the Government, Yolanda Diazor if it is really due to a “administrative” errorNieto has been unable to deny any interference from Madrid.
«There is no war or confrontation, this is a clearly Andalusian process, it has been a delicate process. Bringing so many organizations to an agreement is not easy and the early elections have not made things easier either, but this project remains outside the diatribes of other autonomous communities or the state context. In Madrid, the elections will take place in 2023, we are focused on June 2022″, affirmed the candidate of ‘Through Andalusia‘ at the presentation of the coalition this Wednesday in Seville, an act that has had a greater presence of journalists than supporters.
This Tuesday, Nieto accused Iglesias of poking his nose into matters outside his concern and criticized the “extra testosterone» in some gatherings: «When analyzes are made from afar, perhaps not everything is appreciated in its fair measure. In Madrid they consider that everything concerns them and this is a purely Andalusian process».
Some statements in response to the former purple leader, who this Monday harshly criticized the strategy adopted by Yolanda Díaz by pointing to Nieto as head of the coalition list to the detriment of the leader of Podemos, Juan Antonio Delgado. «It is a horror, it causes us shame. It has started in the worst possible way. It is evident that Podemos no longer leads in Andalusia, ”Iglesias admitted.
Nieto has appeared before the media supported by representatives of the six organizations that support this coalition, although only four are formally registered with the Andalusian Electoral Board (JEA) as members of it –IU, More Country Andalusia, Greens-Equo and Initiative of the Andalusian People-, since the inscriptions of We can Andalusia and Alianza Verde were delivered to the JEA registry after the established deadline and were not considered valid.