The purple party has raised at the negotiating table the possibility of going separate in the Valencian Community, given the difficulties according to Compromís.
Can has at the negotiating table for the coalition with Add the possibility to go apart in the Valencian Community, given the difficulties according to Compromís, and to be part of the broad left front in the rest of the Spanish state.
As sources of the Purple formation have explained, this option has been considered since Compromís had until now “vetoed” its presence on the Valencian lists and, as a solution, the option to compete only in that area to unlock the talks. They emphasize that they have not received a response to this possibility.
Regional leadership sources have expressed hope that the agreement to compete with Sumar will be a matter of hours and have refused to take a position on Compromís’ “vetoes”. However, they have insisted that negotiations continue and that the Valencian Community is one of the areas that is delaying the agreement.
Of the Valencian formation, which meets tomorrow its highest executive body to agree to Díaz’s project, it has emphatically denied that there were any vetoes and exclusions for anyone on its part, as recently emphasized by its candidate for 28M Joan Baldoví .
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