Colau wants to create 50 new hectares of green space, warns “the right will not face the lobbies” to fight pollution
The BComú candidate warns the Socialists that with Valls as mayor, they will not be able to make the changes the city needs
The candidate of BComú for re-election as mayor of Barcelona, Ada Colau, wants to create 50 hectares of green spaces in Barcelona in the coming term.
In a campaign event at the Parc de les Glòries, Colau has proposed "green will conquer" wherever possible and warned that "the right will not confront speculators" or "lobbyists" because "they sit to the board of directors" of large companies.
"With the right we will not be able to make these changes," Colau warned, who also criticized Junts per Catalunya for not supporting the union of trams, and ERC for "boycotting" the topic during the mandate.
In addition, Colau has called on ERC to put aside "the national debate" and prioritize Barcelona. She also warned the Catalan Socialists that with Manuel Valls as mayor, the city will not get the changes it needs.