Irene Montero Sanchez demands not to look “the other way” after the International Court of Justice's ruling against Israel

01/25/2024 Former Equality Minister Irene Montero intervenes at a public event as a candidate to lead the Podemos nomination for the European elections. On January 25, 2024, in Seville (Andalusia, Spain). Former Minister of Equality, Irene Monteiro, met with the Secretary General of the Andalusian Podemos Party and his deputy in Congress, Martina Vilardi, at the Salvador Távora Theater with Podemos activists as part of the party’s primaries to elect their candidates for the House of Representatives elections. The European Parliament, which will meet on June 9. Politics Rocio Rose – Europe Press

Podemos political secretary and former equality minister Irene Montero called on Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez not to look “the other way” after the International Court of Justice ruled that Israel must take “all possible measures” to prevent genocide in Gaza. This was expressed during the “United March Against Genocide in Palestine” demonstration, held on Saturday afternoon in Madrid, in which he welcomed the UN court’s request to Israel and once again called on the government of Spain to sever diplomatic relations and sell territory. Weapons with the Jewish state. He added, “We must clearly say to the United States and Europe that collusion with (Benjamin) Netanyahu and with the genocidal State of Israel has ended. This is not the time to do something so that it seems that we are doing something but that does not change.” “If anything, the time to act is now to stop this genocide,” Podemos' candidate for the European primaries noted. Rejects the expansion of Barajas Airport Montero also spoke against the expansion of the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport announced by Sánchez last Friday, regretting that for the executive it had “overstepped the bounds in this energy transition” and begun to support it. Projects that “contrary to all international standards and obligations” to care for the planet and the environment. Despite this, the Podemos leader stressed that this announcement or the announcement of the expansion of the port of Valencia shows that in Spain “it is necessary” to have a political force “that has the ability to prevent the PSOE from carrying out the same thing.” Policies that work.” He added: “While Podemos was in government, expanding the port of Valencia was never considered. “I think it's a good example of the importance of having a political force like Podemos that has the ability to transform.”

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