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Ciudadanos elige a Carlos Carrizosa como candidato a la Generalitat en sustitución de Lorena Roldán

Ciudadanos elige a Carlos Carrizosa como candidato a la Generalitat en sustitución de Lorena Roldán

El comité permanente de Ciudadanos ha elegido a Carlos Carrizosa como candidato a las próximas elecciones al Parlament de Catalunya en sustitución de Lorena Roldán, que hasta ahora lideraba la formación en Catalunya. La dirección ha tomado esta decisión en una reunión extraordinaria celebrada en Madrid y tras varios días de rumores sobre la posibilidad de relegar a la hasta ahora ocupaba la posición de jefa autonómica del partido en Catalunya y portavoz en el Senado.

La formación ha informado de esta elección del comité permanente, que deberá ser refrendada por la Ejecutiva, en un comunicado en el que justifican el inesperado cambio debido al "esfuerzo de transversalidad que requiere la situación". Según indican, los órganos de Ciudadanos han considerado que su candidato debía tener "exclusivamente cargo público en Catalunya, para que no pueda ser identificado como un candidato de siglas y difumine cualquier idea de partidismo, facilitando así la futura coalición constitucionalista", un requisito que sí cumple Carrizosa pero no Roldán.

Ciudadanos además reafirma a Roldán en sus cargos como portavoz en el Senado y también portavoz adjunta del Comité Ejecutivo, y le agradece "su dedicación y su compromiso personal y político con el proyecto de Ciudadanos" así como "el trabajo desempeñado como portavoz y candidata en Catalunya".

Ciudadanos se encuentra además en conversaciones con el PP para explorar la formación de listas conjuntas en algunos territorios, algo que los populares aseguran estar "estudiando" solo para Lleida y Girona. La formación de Inés Arrimadas había propuesto anteriormente tanto al PP como al PSC una coalición electoral que uniera a las formaciones que se oponen a la independencia, pero los socialistas la descartan de plano.


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