Podemos spokesperson, Isa Serra, has regretted that Podemos will not join the government, but has ruled out the purple party separating from Sumar's parliamentary group in Congress.
“If it is not in the Government, it should be from the parliamentary group,” Serra assured in an interview on the RTVE program Café d’Idees, in which he clarified that they hope to “recover those positions”, without detailing how. “We have decided on the autonomy of Podemos,” he highlighted. however, the spokesperson.
Serra has described the maneuver of Pedro Sánchez and Yolanda Díaz as a “political error”, which, according to the purple formation, was already in place since the elections when Podemos assumed “the veto of Pablo Iglesias” and which has now been replicated in “ the veto of Irene Montero.” “It has been demonstrated once again that there is no attempt for Podemos to form part of the government,” the spokesperson concluded.
Likewise, Serra has held Díaz co-responsible for what the purple party has described as “the expulsion” of Podemos from the government, and they have accused the leader of Sumar of making decisions “in favor of what the socialist party has always wanted.” .