Barcelona: The president Laporta is out of politics

Precisely, the exploits of small-sized Argentine could transform this fascinating and wealthy 47 year old lawyer in the most powerful political separatist Catalonia, never seen his hidden desire for a land free from Spanish power. In reality, Laporta has not yet formally announced his candidacy, but has already built a website for the campaign – – that only the first day has registered over 270 thousand contacts, testifying to what the popularity of the president of Barca is directly related to recent results of the club. “I will continue to devote the best years of my life to the nation that I love – one reads on the home – and has finally come for all time to serve the Catalonia. Website, which can be followed via Twitter and Facebook, are also disclosed some opinion polls, according to which if Laporta is now founded a new party would immediately less than 17% of the vote and perhaps even a large number of seats in the Catalan parliament. Needless to say, yet another success in the Champions League Barcelona, coupled perhaps with the title in La Liga, would consent to other Catalan separatist cause, though many columnists accuse Laporta azulgrana to use the club for its political aims.
Ambitions – “He confused his personal ambitions with those of Barcelona – Paco Cabezas explained on the online of” El Mundo “-. Laporta should not use his position as chairman of a club with millions of fans worldwide, each with their own political ideas, to promote his dream of a free Catalonia. Criticisms, however, does not seem to move an inch azulgrana a number that, according to rumors, is carrying out private surveys to assess its actual grip on the people before the official announcement of his descent into politics, expected in April 25 . “I’m attracted to the idea of a new party that believes that Catalonia should be an independent state – Laporta said the same in a recent interview – and I know I could be the leader.” Words that have transformed the Catalan champion of many separatist groups, including those known to Reagrupament, which could become a party in effect before the autumn elections and invited him to open up its annual conference. “I’m sure we will end up working together,” said the founder of the movement, Joan Carretero. And until that belief can be achieved very, Laporte relies on the magical feet of Messi, who is neither Spanish nor Catalan, but with her class infinite can put all agree, regardless of the political spectrum.

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