Rivero defends the unity of the Canarian parties against the centralists

The former regional president, Paulino Rivero. / Juan Carlos Alonso

The former president of the Government of the Canary Islands maintains that "the challenge is not easy, but the Canary Islands need it"

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The former president of the Government of the Canary Islands Paulino Rivero has defended the unity of "the political forces of Canarian obedience", among which he cites the Canary Coalition, Nueva Canarias, ASG and AHI, to face
“to the good positioning of the two great centralist parties” before the next regional elections.

That unit "would guarantee a majority to pivot the Government of the Canary Islands and to continue influencing the decisions that are made in Madrid," defends Rivero in a publication on his personal blog, and adds:
"The challenge is not easy, but the Canary Islands need it."

In his analysis of the political situation after the elections in Castilla y León and Andalusia,
marked by the rise of the PP and Vox, The also former leader of CC considers that "the political trends that occur in the Peninsula can move the political board of our Islands."

In the case of the Canary Islands
there is a PSOE that faces the elections "well positioned from power" institutional and "a PP on the rise that can do a lot of damage to the indigenous forces, especially in Tenerife, La Palma, El Hierro or Fuerteventura".

Given the good position of the PSOE and the PP in the Canary Islands,
«Canarista parties offer disunity, selfishness, personalism and a huge lack of generosity that does not help anything to have quotas of influence that help defend the interests of the people who live on this land, "warns Paulino Rivero.

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