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Carlos Carrizosa será el candidato de Ciudadanos en las elecciones catalanas

El diputado catalán de Ciudadanos Carlos Carrizosa toma la palabra en el Parlament, en Barcelona, el 6 de septiembre de 2017

Ciudadanos mueve ficha de cara a las elecciones catalanas, aún sin fecha. El partido naranja llevará como candidato a Carlos Carrizosa, actual presidente del grupo parlamentario, en sustitución de Lorena Roldán.

Como ha adelantado El País, que cita un comunicado de Cs, el partido trata de revertir las malas perspectivas electorales de las recientes encuestas, que dibujan un panorama negativo para la formación más votada en los últimos comicios de 2017.

Hace apenas una semana, Cs propuso una alianza “constitucionalista” al PSC y al PP para las elecciones en Cataluña, como batalla al independentismo. Si fuéramos en coalición Cs, PP y Partido Socialista ganaríamos las elecciones en Cataluña, está claro. Y vamos a trabajar en eso”, aseguró su vicesecretario general, Carlos Cuadrado

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TAMBIÉN TE PUEDE INTERESAR Ciudadanos propone a PSC y PP concurrir juntos en las próximas elecciones catalanas El Parlament aprueba que "Cataluña es republicana" y que no reconoce a ningún rey Cs pide apoyo al PP para negociar con Sánchez unos Presupuestos "lo menos bolivarianos posible" Quim Torra pide la abdicación del rey Felipe VI
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