The mayor of Barcelona, Ada Colau; the leader of the ‘comuns’ in the Parliament; Jéssica Albiach, and the former mayor of Castelldefels Candela López have announced this Saturday that they are standing for re-election as national coordinators of Catalunya en Comú.
In a video disseminated on the networks, the three leaders have assured that they set the objective of consolidating and growing the space in the electoral appointments of 2023, the general and the municipal ones, in addition to the question of trust to which the president of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès.
Albiach stressed that the party wants “to grow in the municipal elections, win the general elections and advance Catalonia with a new government at the service of the people.”
Catalunya en Comú, Colau stressed, is no longer just a new organization, but a force that “is applying all the transformations to governments such as Barcelona and the State.” The mayor has remarked that they have not had easy times, but despite everything they are acting and doing things “that they said were impossible.”
“Now we have to move forward and continue to deepen these changes,” added the mayor, in a message that, in the absence of official confirmation, makes the option of who Colau present himself for reelection for a third term at the helm win in full. of the consistory.
The renewal of positions is part of the assembly that Catalunya en Comú will hold on November 20 and 21, where a political presentation will also be debated and approved that will set the party’s challenges and objectives with an eye toward 2023.
The candidacy of Colau, Albiach and López to the national coordination will be made official next Monday, the day on which the registration period for candidacies opens. In the coming weeks, the electoral calendar will be announced, and the results will be announced at the same assembly.