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« on: January 12, 2015, 01:04:23 pm »

Eldiario.es may look like closer to Podemos, but I've been told that the PSOE finances it... Not to say that Celeste-Tel's director is the wife of NC-Report's director... So, if any, they have a pro-bipartidism bias.
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« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2015, 08:10:04 am »

Pedro Sánchez has dismissed Tomás Gómez, leader and candidate of the Socialist Party in Madrid:

http://ccaa.elpais.com/ccaa/2015/02/11/madrid/1423647485_897542.html

The only thing I'm going to say is that I'm behind that.
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« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2015, 08:51:56 am »

Yes, Metroscopia is officially a joke.

The PSOE is in the way to "PASOKization", not because of the dismissal of Tomás Gómez (he was a horrible candidate and person whom I have been fighting against since last year), but because this decision comes late and, like Dani's said, has been handled clumsily. Now, expect Gómez to keep salendering Pedro Sánchez every day in the media.

César Luena has said that Gómez was dismissed yestarday for "internal instability" reasons. I've talked to many people in the PSM and they tell me that the main reason was because of problems in some towns like Aranjuez, Leganés and, specially, Parla, but also because some people had been reporting that the PSM has been buying votes since Gómez lost in 2011, and that includes me; but Gómez hasn't been dismissed because of my report, no; sources tell me that militants of the PSOE in Valdemoro (a town in Southern Madrid) are to praise for the dismissal of Gómez (and I was the person who encouraged those militants to report Tongue): their appeal to the PSOE caused a investigation file to be opened against Gómez.

So, Parla, Valdemoro, Aranjuez, Tram and Leganés seem to be the reasons of the decision taken by Pedro Sánchez.
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« Reply #3 on: February 21, 2015, 10:39:56 am »

I've been told that Tania Sánchez will be the candidate of a Podemos-Equo-"Convocatoria por Madrid" coalition.
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