Saturday, May 1, 2010

Salvat wants to help others to collect signatures

Speaking to Catalan radio station COM Ràdio, Catalan surgeon Miquel Llobet [picture, on the right], who is part of the board team of presidential candidate Santiago Salvat [picture, on the left], has said that their candidacy will help other candidates to collect the signatures of club members that are needed to take part in the final vote:

"One needs the signatures, they are needed to be able to defend your ideas. We will defend our ideas when the time is there but I propose - and I was just talking about this with someone of the candidacy of Alexis Plaza - that in case we pass the number of signatured needed, we will give signatures to others so that they would also be able to defend their ideas.

Won't those signatures been invalid? No, because our name won't be on it. If we see that we are reaching a number of people that is more than what is needed, we will guide the stream to others because we are profoundly democratic. We think that all members should have the same chance to expose their ideas. The collection of the signatures shouldn't be a pre-referendum."

Read more:
Surgeon Miquel Llobet part of Salvat candidacy
Pre-candidates need to collect signatures
Salvat presents basic ideas of election program