Former Podemos deputy Pedro Honrubia, who was spokesperson for Territorial Policy in the previous legislature, Sumar was accused of using a “Sicilian style” because of the statements of the leader of en Comú, Ada Colau, that the purple party could be left without economic resources if it rejects the agreement reached with the PSOE . “Threats can come from wherever I say them,” he wrote on the social network X, formerly known as Twitter.
Que dice Colau que aquí todo el mundo hace lo que ordene ella y YD, o te roban la pasta que te corresponde.
Eso sí, que Los Comunes harán, como siempre, lo que les salga del… alma pic.twitter.com/Dy2D0cPkUt
— Pedro Honrubia (@honrubiahurtado) October 24, 2023
In an interview with RTVE and when asked about Podemos’ doubts about the agreement between PSOE and Sumar, Ada Colau urged the purples to support the agreement, because at the time they signed an agreement to run elections together under the leadership of Yolanda Díaz: “He signed it and has to follow it, because If you don’t comply, you won’t get all the returns you have in economic matters. “he declared.
The words of the former mayor of Barcelona caused Podemos discomfort: “I don’t understand anything anymore,” wrote Pablo Echenique, who was the spokesperson of Unidas Podemos in Congress last term.
Colau amenaza con dejar a Podemos sin dinero si no obedece a Díaz: «debe cumplir, o no tendrá retorno en materia económica».
Yo ya no entiendo nada. https://t.co/gPImrlRUhe
— Pablo Echenique (@PabloEchenique) October 24, 2023
But former deputy Pedro Honrubia continued, who accused Sumar of having a “Sicilian style” among his colleagues. “Threats can be placed wherever I say them,” he said.
And he especially criticized En Comú, the Catalan partner of Yolanda Díaz, which Honrubia reminded that “in some laws of the Government and the Ministries of Unidas Podemos they even presented or registered their own changes against those criteria of other parties.” “Look, I just…” he wrote angrily.