Politicians imprisoned and displaced abroad at the center of the campaign. With three heads of list in provisional prison - Jordi Sànchez, Jordi Turull and Josep Rull, by Barcelona, Lleida and Tarragona - and the lawyer of the expresident Puigdemont Jaume Alonso-Cuevillas -by Girona- as protagonists, Junts per Catalunya (JxCat) It is presented to the electoral race towards the general elections of April 28 as "the voice of prisoners and exiles" in Madrid.
'You are our voice, you are our strength', says the motto of a campaign with images of Sànchez, Turull and Rull on their last day of freedom, upon their entry into the National Court and the Supreme Court, respectively. "They are our strength, we will be their voice", has emphasized the number two of the list by Barcelona, Laura Borràs, who has also underlined the remarkable presence of the yellow color "that he wants to prohibit".
"Our list heads are the representation of the imprisoned voice and evidently, this voice must be strong", added the number three, Míriam Nogueras. A force that suffers in the CEO's latest survey -which gives a range of 5-7 seats to junteros, behind the 8 harvested by CDC in 2016. "It is not the first that the surveys do not give very under what we have just obtained, "said Noguera, already a deputy in the last term. "The 21-D and we gave back to the polls," added Borràs, who at all times has placed the last regional elections in 2017 as the benchmark of JxCat: "We want to repeat that success." The objective, they admit, is to achieve a group of their own in Congress and Senate - a point that they did not achieve in the lower house in the last elections - and for which they need to be above the 15% threshold in Catalonia.
JxCat has refused to go to Madrid to block and has defended that he will do politics. A policy in which the concepts of independence, self-determination and the end of repression are placed at the forefront. In this sense, they defend a dialogue with guarantees and admit red lines: "Those of the essential democratic principles, which we understand that all democrats should share," said Borràs.