Santiago Abascal presents the Madrid Forum in the Senate of Mexico to combat communism

Vox continues with its tour of Latin America to strengthen ties with the opposition of countries such as Nicaragua, Peru, Venezuela, Colombia or Mexico, to combat communism that, little by little, extends its networks through these countries, ending the freedoms of citizens. Santiago Abascal, president of Vox and the Disenso Foundation, has presented the Madrid Forum in the Senate of Mexico in contrast to the Sao Paulo Forum and the Puebla Group, made up of leaders such as Nicolás Maduro and Michelle Bachelet.

Abascal has announced that “the Madrid Forum will have a permanent structure and an annual action plan to make against the advance of communism in the nations of the Ibero-sphere“, in which Vox includes those that are part of Latin America.

During his visit, the Vox leader met with the senator Julen Rementeria, coordinator of the National Action Party (PAN), host of the event and who has adhered to the Madrid Charter for the fight against communism, along with 13 other PAN senators and two deputies from the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).

As it progressed Digital FreedomThe Madrid Charter now has more than 8,000 signatures in more than 20 countries, which are now being joined by political and social leaders from Mexico, after achieving adhesions in Colombia, Venezuela or Bolivia.

Tours of Peru, Ecuador and Colombia

The Disenso Foundation held last August a meeting with the former president of Colombia, Álvaro Uribe, who offered the director, Jorge Martin Frías, and the Vox MEP, Hermann Tertsch, a great reception and he conveyed his concern about the political situation in Colombia and Spain in the face of the advance of communism.

As Tertsch explained to Digital FreedomThe objective of these tours is “to strengthen alliances with the democrats who are fighting the narcocommunism that governs in countries such as Peru, Bolivia or Ecuador.”

In June, another delegation headed by the economic vice president of Vox, Víctor González, and Tertsch himself, visited Peru and Ecuador, in an attempt to “build bridges with countries with which we have many things in common,” as explained by the party. . At first, the presence of Abascal was also planned, who had to cancel the trip to visit Ceuta in the middle of the migratory invasion from Morocco.



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