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AP-8 Peajerik Ez joins Auzokrazia & STOP in search of a political change in Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa

Maria Jose Gonzalez

May 5, 2023 | 2:30 p.m.

The AP-8 Peajerik Ez platform presents candidates in the elections of the General Boards of Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa together with the Auzokrazia & STOP party

Platform AP-8 Pejerik Ez has decided to take the step of participating in the next elections of the General Assemblies of Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa, joining the party Auzokrazia & STOP. Two members of the platform, including its spokesman Juan Carlos Poderoso, are already officially part of the party lists.

Change things from below

Both organizations share the goal of change things from below, representing the people of the town and avoiding aligning themselves with the interests of large corporations that, according to what they say, manage politics for the benefit of a few and to the detriment of many.

Address real problems

Auzokrazia & STOP and AP-8 Peajerik Ez intend to board real problems that affect people in Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa. They undertake to be transmitters of the demands of the citizens, from their baserris, neighborhoods, towns, cities, social groups and factories, and defend them in the General Meetings, where they consider that important decisions are made behind the backs of the citizens.

A joint effort with similarities

The union of these two organizations has not led to a great internal debate, since both share great coincidences in his way of working. The AP-8 Peajerik Ez platform sees in Auzokrazia & STOP an ally with which to face the political and social challenges in both Basque provinces.

The impact of this alliance in the next elections

The union of AP-8 Peajerik Ez and Auzokrazia & STOP could have a significant impact on the upcoming elections to the General Assemblies of Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa. The addition of two members of the platform to the party lists, including its spokesman Juan Carlos Poderoso, shows the joint commitment of both organizations to achieve political and social change in the region.

This alliance seeks capture the discontent of citizens with current policies and decisions made behind the backs of citizens. The combined efforts of both organizations could result in greater support from voters in search of representatives closer to their needs and concerns.

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