The powerful voice of women candidates
In the electoral debate to be held at Atresmedia, there will be seven protagonists on the set - the five candidates and two moderators - and one woman: the journalist Ana Pastor. To the
In the electoral debate to be held at Atresmedia, there will be seven protagonists on the set - the five candidates and two moderators - and one woman: the journalist Ana Pastor . It's something. Leadership is still a thing of men in Spain. However, women candidates from all parties are playing a key role in the campaign of 28-A . More than any other.
They have starred in several debates in different televisions in which it has become clear that there is a generation of women who stomp on Spanish politics and who are achieving more visibility than ever. There are many candidates who with energy, courage and strength lead the campaign of their parties. Of all the parties, of those who defend the quotas and those who do not, of those who embrace feminism, of those who defend liberal feminism and of those who are engaged in the cultural war against the feminist movement.
There are many. Here are some names. Only some. Ana Pastor (PP), Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo (PP), María Jesús Montero (PSOE), Carmen Calvo (PSOE), Irene Montero (UP), Inés Arrimadas (Citizens), Ione Belarra (UP), Rocío Monasterio (Vox) , Maite Pagazaurtundua (Citizens). But there are many more . In all the Spanish provinces.
The electoral campaign of 28-A, so traversed by myths, disqualifications and noise in general, is also connecting with the spirit of time, which is the time of women . The political parties know it. And, who knows if by conviction or by electoral interest, they have understood that they have to give a voice to women. In this, they are far ahead of other institutions and other worlds , such as the company, the judiciary, the legal profession, etc., et cetera, etcetera.
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- Irene Montero
- María Jesús Montero
- Ana Pastor
- Inés Arrimadas
- Rocío Monasterio
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