Cs spokeswoman Lorena Roldán has proposed the first secretary of the PSC, Miquel Iceta, and the president of the PPC, Alejandro Fernández, a meeting to address the Catalan political situation and promote a "pact for Catalonia" that responds to the "independence challenge and the great social challenges".
Roldan has made it known this Thursday through a message to Twitter in which he has claimed to "value what unites us" with the socialists and the popular.
Given the serious situation we live in Catalonia, I have proposed to @miqueliceta already @alejandroTGN that we meet to promote a Pact for Catalonia and respond to the separatist challenge and the great social challenges.
We must be able to value what unites us.
– Lorena Roldán (@Lroldansu) November 14, 2019
Citizens already sought to join the forces of these two parties last October to the motion of censure failed against the president of the GeneralitatQuim Torra, but he did not succeed since the PSC abstained, although the initiative would not have prospered if the Socialists had voted in favor.
Fernández, who has been insisting Cs for months to agree to join forces in a joint candidacy in the style of Navarra Suma, already agreed to the meeting. Also on Twitter, he said that "It will be a pleasure" to meet with Roldán and re-raise the Catalonia Sum projectto. "Together we will be stronger," he concluded.