Yolanda Díaz’s political project with which to transcend United We Can already has a date and place of birth. Sumar, the second vice-president’s listening process with Spanish citizens, will start on July 8 in Madrid, coinciding with the celebration of Pride.

This was confirmed by Díaz herself this Thursday in an interview granted to La Sexta in which she has specified the date and place where she will kick off a half-year journey in which she will maintain contacts with civil society throughout the Spanish territory as a preliminary step to the formation of his political candidacy for the next general elections at the end of 2023.

The also Minister of Labor handled the Andalusian elections of June 19 as the date with which to pivot the beginning of her process. The race to the polls in Andalusia has allowed Díaz to approach Íñigo Errejón – with whom he shares an event this Sunday in Malaga – while remaining distant from the leadership of United We Can, with whom he will also coincide in various rallies in the coming days. .

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