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Oleg Burunov. Sputnik International
Earlier this week, SOMOS Espana party leader Luis Carlo Nogues joined forces with leaders of Frexit and Italexit as well as a former Brexit Party MEP for a continental campaign to leave the EU.
Spain’s left-wing Eurosceptic party SOMOS Espana has published a manifesto on launching a campaign to hold a referendum on Spain’s EU membership.
“After decades of broken promises, it is time to ask Spanish citizens if they are satisfied with a European Union that limits our economic development, ignores our interests and opposes reform of the European Commission, governing body of the EU, whose members are not elected by European citizenship, ”underlines the document.
SOMOS Espana stressed that a Spexit referendum should be supported by all those who are interested in putting the European project to a vote.
The manifesto urged Spanish citizens to ask the country’s leaders to consult the people in order to know “the degree of affection” for the EU.
The document was released as party leader Luis Carlo Nogues described the Spexit referendum as “a cross-cutting initiative,” which he said will be open to anyone wishing to ratify their confidence in the Spexit project. ‘EU by organizing a referendum after 20 years of euro. .
Earlier in February, Nogues partnered with Frexit and Italexit leaders Charles-Henri Gallois and Gianluigi Paragone, respectively, as well as former Brexit Party MP Alexandra Phillips for a continental campaign to withdraw from the ‘EU.
It came after Frexit activist Charles-Henri Gallois suggested that France or Italy would be the second country after the UK to leave the bloc.
In an interview with Martin Daubney on the Facebook program “Brexit Unlocked”, Gallois argued that Paris and Rome are “more interested in leaving the euro and leaving the European Union”, adding that “we are definitely trying to withdraw the euro. ‘Europe of each country “
Regarding Brexit, the transition period in UK-EU relations came to an end at the end of December, with the entry into force of the agreement on a new post-Brexit relationship between London and the block. Britain officially left the EU on January 31, 2020.