They propose, among others, Malena Contest, who was signed by Ciudadanos after leaving Vox in 2019
Malena Contest: “I only saw the extremism of Vox in the institutions”
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The bleeding of Ciudadanos extends to two senators who leave the party without a group in the Upper House
Citizens leaders have mobilized to prevent the former vice president from Madrid Ignacio Aguado is the candidate of the orange formation to the autonomous elections of May 4 in Madrid and they propose, among others, to Malena Contest, who was signed by Ciudadanos after leaving Vox in 2019.
The Contest itself has confirmed that for a couple of days and “unexpectedly” it has received “quite a few calls from members of Ciudadanos and people from the top” to encourage you to perform in Madrid.
“Nothing has been confirmed. There is no decision on this. I would be willing if the party so ordered and asked me to do so. of course always with loyalty to his will. I am also aware that these elections are going to have a very hard time to beat. It will not be easy but I am honored that they have asked me, “he commented.
Contest, co-founder of Balearic Islands Act, party that ran in coalition with Vox in the April 2019 elections, was only a few months in the Lower House, during the brief thirteenth legislature (from May to December 2019).
I left Vox in 2019 accusing him of “extremist and anti-system” and was signed by Ciudadanos in October 2020.
The primaries to elect the Ciudadanos candidate for the elections of the Community of Madrid on May 4 will be on Sunday or at the beginning of the next week, and for the moment only Aguado and a militant from Las Rozas, Juan Carlos Bermejo, have publicly stated their intention to appear.
Citizen sources have ruled out the candidacy of the former councilor Angel Garrido -who was a member of the Popular Party and became regional president after the departure of Cristina Cifuentes- as well as that of Edmundo Bal, party spokesperson and who is preparing the primary process.
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