The success of Miriam Nogueras before his nerves and then your loyalty It was a breath of fresh air for Convergència and its successor acronym at a time when Esquerra and the CUP seemed bolder, more modern, and younger. But despite his groundbreaking style in front of the public, inside he was always loyal to whoever promoted him.
His political vocation was late and uncertain. He worked as a butcher for his uncle, and when his father died, he inherited a small textile company. MEETING Jordi Turull and Joseph Rull of the “No Vull Pay” campaign about tolls on Catalan roads, collaborating in its dissemination in the media. It was the month of April 2012.
Her connection to the world of politics had to do, especially in the beginning, with her femininity and the fact that in electoral lists and television talk shows, equality is more and more necessary. And after making sure that he has “an unconvergent and non-political profile,” he fell in love with the party he still leads. Arthur Masand Convergence, by Jordi Cuminal, chose him as a talk show host because of his courage on television and social networks, seeking to compensate for the shock of a young and unknown person at that time. Gabriel Ruffian for Esquerra. The systematic attack on the Republican representative is one of the basic axes of his strategy.
Quico Homs He signed him in 2015 for his candidacy in Congress, and since then, his career has been on the rise. Until last July, he was the head of his party’s list. his lack of experience He took it back with discipline and a sense of duty. He was always aware of their limitations, and he did not risk, on his initiative, what he was not sure he could complete successfully.
After many attempts to trust the profiles of more political or cultural entities such as Jaume Giró, Laura Borras, Jordi Sanchez, or Quim Torra, a lonely and fugitive Puigdemont, with the feeling that his path is getting too far, begins to trust only the people he trusts the most and who limit themselves to doing what he orders. Míriam Nogueras is the greatest exponent of this obedience.
In the negotiations of the last general budgets, the Minister of Economy Jaume Giró and the general secretary of Junts Jordi Sanchez tried to recover the old transactional spirit of the Convergència i Unió and agreed to the favorable vote of the Junts in exchange for some counterparts that, as in the case of the old CiU, some are known, but the most important remains unknown.
Míriam Nogueras had a bad task, which he did with an iron fist, to inform the different ministries that nothing they agreed with his colleagues was valid and that the position of Puigdemont and his party was to vote “no” on the accounts. Sánchez and Giró fell from grace, and now they are not in the party. Giró tried to become a man again, and Jordi Sánchez, more realistically, left politics. Nogueras continues to enjoy the full confidence of the leader.
His anti-Spanishness contrasted with his beautiful life in Madrid, the city where he was able to develop his full potential.
With the same loyalty and the same strength, Puigdemont, miraculously favored by parliamentary arithmetic, decided to agree to the investiture of Pedro Sánchez in exchange for amnesty and other things that, as always happens in this party, new or old, were nothing. But we know that Nogueras defends the opposite position of the budgets, sometimes with similar but twisted arguments. On both occasions, he defended the orders of the former president in the letter, and on both occasions, he was able to give the impression of pro-independence purity in the face of Republican marketing.
The worst that can be said about him is that he has never stood out with original ideas or for explaining his thinking. The best thing is that he has never tried to do so and that he plays fair with his team and his opponents. His disruptive actions—he removed the Spanish flag at a press conference—contradicted his activity and his salary. His anti-Spanishness contrasted with his beautiful life in Madrid, the city where he was able to develop his full potential.
A brilliant speech
Beyond the noise and bitterness released by the pact of Sánchez and Puigdemont, it is a good summary of the Catalan political era that when Míriam Nogueras spoke in the investiture debate, he was heard from the press gallery. David Madíformer right-hand man of Artur Mas and Sergi Solformer right-hand of Oriol Junquerasthis morning’s talk shows on Catalunya Ràdio, presenting Ricard Ustrell. If something happened, they would both be in the engine room.
Regarding the debate, Federico Jimenez Losantos said of him that his speech was very good and that it was a shame that intelligence was put in the service of evil. Despite the apparent underlying differences, few pro-independence supporters deserve such a rare accolade from the famous publicist. What Federico may not know is that he didn’t write the speech, so the extent of his praise is unfathomable.
Míriam Nogueras was born in Dosrius on May 11, 1980. She is married to an emergency helicopter pilot. They have two children, aged 12 and 14, whom they often take with them to an elitist school in Maresme where everything is in English, despite his activism in favor of public education and language immersion.