Macarena Olona rules out creating an alternative party to Vox "today"

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The former deputy that there is no room for a new party because "it would only serve to further fragment the political board"

EFE The Gran Canarian palms

The former deputy Macarena Olona stated this Friday that "today" there is no room for a new party because
“It would only serve to further fragment the political board”, but he does not rule out doing so after the regional and municipal elections.

In what are her first words after Vox's decision yesterday to close the door on her returning to training, the Vox candidate for the Andalusian Government adds that "it is time for less testosterone and more sense of state. Because the Spaniards demand unity from us. We keep walking. You will lead the way."

In the message on his Twitter account, which accompanies statements to the digital newspaper “El Independiente”, he states that “there is no room today for a new political party. It would only serve to further fragment the political chessboard."

Within the journalistic information, he clarifies that the creation of a new party "depends" on whether Vox can be "a real alternative government. And that will be known in the municipal and regional elections in May. Then I will decide if I take the step forward.

Vox closed the door yesterday on Olona's return to the match in view of the "damage" that is being done to the formation and has wished him "the best in politics."

"It's the end of the road," Vox spokesman in Congress, Iván Espinosa, settled in statements to the press, in whose opinion Olona is "being used" by those who want to harm his party's project.