Gabriel rejects "personalism" and believes that "the pro-independence left is better than ever"

The former spokeswoman for the CUP in Parliament, Anna Gabriel, affirmed this Sunday that the pro-independence left "is better than ever", at a time when she foresees, "surely", the "closing of a political cycle" due to the "disorientation and discouragement.

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19 September 2022 Monday 11:55
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Gabriel rejects "personalism" and believes that "the pro-independence left is better than ever"

The former spokeswoman for the CUP in Parliament, Anna Gabriel, affirmed this Sunday that the pro-independence left "is better than ever", at a time when she foresees, "surely", the "closing of a political cycle" due to the "disorientation and discouragement."

Gabriel has reappeared today in a political act in Catalonia, after returning from Switzerland and appearing before the Supreme Court as accused of an alleged crime of disobedience for his participation in the unilateral declaration of independence of Catalonia in 2017.

In her reappearance during the closing of the CUP summer school, the former leader of the anti-capitalist formation has denounced that the pro-independence left has been "vilified, ridiculed and attacked" for a long time.

However, Gabriel considers that the pro-independence left is a "treasure" and "is better than ever", at a time marked by "disorientation and discouragement", for which the former CUP spokesperson predicts the "closing of a cycle political".

"We decided to face a moment that is not easy: the closing of a political cycle, surely", Gabriel pointed out and, in this sense, he advocated presenting proposals for the municipalities, for Catalonia and in defense of the language, against to the "empty and personalistic" measures and the "simplistic speeches" of other political formations.

In her reappearance in Catalonia in this act of the CUP, Gabriel has been surrounded by the militants of the anti-capitalist formation, by the current speaker in the Catalan chamber, Eulalia Reguant, and the deputy in the Parliament, Carles Riera.

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