Podemos has installed a canvas in Madrid with the face of Isabel Díaz Ayuso’s brother and a phrase said by the former leader of the PP, Pablo Casado, when his conflict with the Madrid president broke out: “The question is whether it is understandable that on April 1 , when 700 people died in Spain, you can contract with your brother and receive 286,000 euros in profit for selling masks.
Casado raised that question in an interview on the COPE network on February 18, 2022, in the midst of the war with Ayuso after she denounced an alleged spying on her by Genoa and the PP opened an information file for the president by the contract to which Casado alluded, who ended up resigning a week later.
The European Fraud Prosecutor’s Office closed the case on the alleged embezzlement of European funds in the mask supply contract in which Tomás Díaz Ayuso, brother of the Madrid president, participated.
However, the electoral campaign of Podemos in Madrid is keeping this case very much in mind: in the electoral debate last Monday on Telemadrid, the regional candidate of Podemos-IU-AV, Alejandra Jacinto, wore a blouse with photos of Ayuso’s brother in the one that could be read the same sentence of Casado.
And the next day the Minister of Social Rights and Secretary General of Podemos, Ione Belarra, appeared in Congress with a T-shirt with an almost identical design.
The Podemos banner is designed as if it were a tweet sent from the Popular Party account, which includes the phrase of Casado and the photo of Tomás Díaz Ayuso. And below, already on a background of the characteristic purple color of the formation, you can read: “You have to throw them out!”.
The poster has been installed on the same façade of Calle Goya where Podemos placed another controversial canvas last week, in this case directed at the ‘cayetanos’ of that area, one of the wealthiest in the capital.
“The ‘cayetanos’ of this neighborhood have had a mayor with exclusive dedication these four years. On May 28 that will change quickly,” said that canvas, which alluded to the wealthiest residents of the Salamanca district, a traditional barn of votes on the right, and which included a photo of the Podemos-IU-AV candidate for mayor of the capital, Roberto Sotomayor.
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