Thursday, May 19

All the unknowns to clear in Compromís



The announcement this Friday of the dismissal of Fran Ferri from the first political line with the Resignation of the seat of deputy and Catalan Ombudsman of Compromís In the courts to return to private activity, it opens so many derivatives that, suddenly, all the unknowns that Compromís has to solve in the medium term pile up.

The role that the Minister of Education, Vicent Marzà, can play in the pre-election year which opens in a few weeks before the possibility, which is gaining strength, that he will leave the Ministry to become a Catalan Ombudsman; the still pending decisions of the leader, Mónica Oltra, or the mayor of Valencia, Joan Ribó, on their continuity as electoral posters in the spring of 2023; The debate on future alliances with the entire pending coalition, either in favor or against, of the broad project sponsored by the second vice president of the Government, Yolanda Díaz, are questions to be resolved in a few months.

This with the always pending debate on the configuration of the coalition structure as a single party or federation and in a context of certain disaffection between the bases, as has been seen with the departure of historical figures such as the founder of the Bloc and the UPV, Pere Mayor, who see the Valencianist discourse diluted and place Compromís as a mere Supporting actor on the regional and state political scene. And in a context of electoral stability but with downward polls.

Thus, the significance of Ferri’s departure is above all in the spigot that he opens. In the movements that it can unleash in a coalition in which, at this moment, the unknowns add up more than the certainties.

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The Ombudsman election will still take a few weeks. The parliamentary group does not plan to meet until the last week of the year after the approval of the budgets and after Christmas, nor does Ferri register his resignation until mid-January.

But Compromís has come to the boil and there is much talk about what may come. Not only because of the name of the new Catalan Ombudsman, which will be the first question to be cleared of the many that will have to be addressed. There are a certain rumor about the need for your main reference, the vice president of the Consell, Mónica Oltra, who has not lived in 2021 the best year of her political career, decides her political future.

She like no one knew how to see the political moment before 2015 and the change of era that was coming. And without the vice president, the coalition would not have the political weight (third force in the Cortes after the decomposition of Ciudadanos and with governments in the main institutions) that it has today. That is why it has gained the legitimacy, they point out in the coalition, to decide the space in which it wants to be. And, above all, if you want to repeat as a candidate for the Generalitat. If you do, no one will object. But that decision, like Ribó’s, does not seem close. That of the mayor, as he has said, will not be known until the summer and Oltra is still engrossed in the day of the Equality management.

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Condemns her ex-husband for abuse of a protected minor It has made him a daily target for the opposition’s darts and the debate has crossed the Valencian borders. The leader of the PP, Pablo Casado, used it on Wednesday to attack the Sánchez government.

Oltra has been given oxygen by the still embryonic ample space of Yolanda Díaz, whose germ was in the celebration of the act a few weeks ago at the Olympia theater in València, an exhaust valve, which, on the other hand, is an internal destabilizing factor.

The secretary general of Més and co-spokesperson of Compromís, Àgueda Micó, yesterday encouraged the militancy, in the National Council held in Massamagrell, not to falter in claims such as financing or the energy transition and placed Compromís as the mirror for the rest of Sovereign parties of the State, now that a key moment has arrived: the final stretch to face the electoral process of 2023 with national, local and general elections, he said. Meanwhile, the National Council of Més approved the internal budget for 2022, which for the first time allocates a fixed line to Joves PV and incorporates Nico Calabuig into the executive’s municipalism area, replacing Josep Moret.

Ferri leaves with the support of party colleagues and many of his political rivals

The spokesperson for Compromís in the Cortes, Fran Ferri, leaves with the unanimous support of coalition colleagues and the rest of the Botànic formations but also of right-wing leaders such as the former president of the PPCV, Isabel Bonig, or the Citizen Trustee, Ruth Merino. The PP exporter even referred to Ferri as a “friend.” The Catalan Ombudsman, for his part, reiterated yesterday at the Massamagrell National Council that he is leaving the first institutional line but will continue to be involved in the Més-Compromís project as a member of the executive. He assured that the project is “more necessary than ever if we want to continue defending the rights of Valencian men and women.”

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Micó places the coalition as an example of sovereign parties throughout the State

The secretary general of Més and co-spokesperson of Compromís, Àgueda Micó, yesterday encouraged the militancy, in the National Council held in Massamagrell, not to falter in claims such as financing or the energy transition and placed Compromís as the mirror for the rest of Sovereign parties of the State, now that a key moment has arrived: the final stretch to face the electoral process of 2023 with national, local and general elections, he said. Meanwhile, the National Council of Més approved the internal budget for 2022, which for the first time allocates a fixed line to Joves PV and incorporates Nico Calabuig into the executive’s municipalism area, replacing Josep Moret.


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