Sumar and Podemos have shown full support for their autonomous leaderships in Galicia regarding the decisions they adopt regarding future elections in this community, in full tension in the negotiations that are being held on a possible coalition. At a press conference, Sumar’s spokesperson, Ernest Urtasun, stated that regarding the candidacies and coalitions in Galicia and Euskadi, his colleagues in both regions have “full autonomy” to decide and it will not be Madrid that will advance future outcomes, out of “respect.” precisely to the processes that are articulated in the territories. “Our colleagues from Galicia have full autonomy and sovereignty to decide their agreements, their candidacies. Therefore, it will be up to them to decide,” he insisted during his appearance. For her part, the state co-spokesperson for Podemos, Isa Serra, has also claimed that in the elections in Galicia and Euskadi, those who have the weight are the leaderships at the autonomous level, which are looking for formulas to achieve “broad candidacies” that allow us to obtain left-wing governments. . And in this sense, she has assured that they also work with “full autonomy.” Regarding the Europeans, together with his counterpart in the purple party, Pablo Fernández, he has stated that they have not yet made any decision on how they will attend these elections, or if they will go separately, and that in any case they will do so following the mandate of those registered who schedule primaries without vetoes. The relations between Sumar and Podemos in Galicia have become increasingly distant since the breakup of the parliamentary group in Congress last Tuesday on the eve of the anniversary of the Constitution. Although conversations are being held in Euskadi, what happened in the Lower House blew up the dialogue in the territory where Yolanda Díaz is originally from and, although some parties find it difficult to pronounce the word “broken”, the dialogue and trust are de facto bankrupt and difficult to rebuild. And throughout this December long weekend, a three-way dialogue was planned between Sumar, IU and Podemos Galicia, but finally the latter did not participate in the conversation and Morada sources attribute it to a “veto” by Yolanda’s formation. Diaz. Last week, Sumar’s spokesperson in Congress, Marta Lois, admitted that she sees a coalition with Podemos as “difficult” after the decision of the Morados to break the coalition agreement signed for the last general elections and go to the Mixed Party, while in Podemos sources recognized that the situation of the negotiations in Galicia was “bad” and that the way of working of Díaz’s formation meant that the confluences did not go well.