Married opens the Madrid Forum on Monday, an initiative of the PP to "bring politics to civil society"
The President of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado, will open on Monday the 'Madrid Forum', an initiative of the PP of the Community of Madrid conceived as "a new space for debate and political thinking", where representatives of the world of politics will participate , journalism, historians, jurists, economists and representatives of civil society, with the aim of "bringing politics closer to civil society".
With the conference 'The future of the center right Spanish', Casado will open the first cycle of the Forum Madrid, 'Spain without filters', which is organized with the popular municipal group in the City of Madrid.
After the inauguration a colloquium will be held with the journalist Carlos Cuesta, the economist Daniel Lacalle and the spokesman of the PP in the City Council of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida.
This first day of the Forum, open to the media, will start at 7:00 p.m. in the Truss room in Madrid (c / Jorge Juan 99, independent space within the Wizink Center) and can also be followed in streaming and through the Twitter account @madrid_foro
The next sessions of 'Spain without filters' will be held between November and January and will have the participation, among others, of the president of the Concordia Foundation and Freedom, Adolfo Suárez IIlana and of the Spanish economist, jurist and politician, Manuel Pizarro, through lectures, colloquia, interviews and publications.