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Podemos has launched its move to the Mixed Group on Wednesday after consummating its separation from Sumar by attacking the PSOE and Yolanda Díaz's party for "normalising the flagrant breach of the Constitution". Specifically, he has accused his former partners of not guaranteeing one of his "most social articles", that of the "right to decent housing, while speculation is allowed".
"It is a problem of the first order," stressed the secretary of the purple formation and deputy, Ione Belarra, who assured that in this new political stage they have "renewed strength" to demand progressive advances.
According to the leader of Podemos, the decision to disassociate herself from Sumar has been "difficult, but essential", in order to continue being "a useful tool to transform our country".
Díaz laments "citizen disaffection"
Minutes later, Díaz also replied through the media that they are going to "fully comply with the Constitution", which he said is "alive" and "flexible" and that "it must be interpreted" for the general interest.
Regarding the split of Podemos from its parliamentary group, the head of Sumar has considered that it is a decision that causes "citizen disaffection". "There is nothing that justifies partisan interests when it comes to public policies," the vice president warned.
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