The most voted force in the last general elections in the province of Teruel will attend the next municipal and regional elections. Teruel Existe has taken another step in its political career, that started just two years ago, and now he wants to reach the institutions "that have the greatest impact on the welfare of citizens." "We want to be present in the Cortes de Aragón," says deputy Tomás Guitarte at the beginning of an interview with, this week. People ask him on the street, just as it happened before the generals, he says. They are not running against anyone, but Guitarte acknowledges that the constituency will be able to bring together a "part of the discontent vote" that could otherwise end up in the bag of the extreme right. The parliamentarian delayed his return to Teruel after a day's work in Congress to attend to this newspaper. And, in the early afternoon of a day without plenary session, the floor where his office is located was deserted.