BRITISH comedian Russell Brand has leant his support to anti-corruption party Podemos.
The self-confessed member of the ‘don’t-vote party’, Brand talked up a ‘new type of politics’ in his latest rant on YouTube channel The Trews.
After voicing his disdain for the British Conservative and Labour parties, the Essex man, 39, championed the progressive political views of Podemos and Greek party Syriza.
“Syriza and Podemos are parties that believe we’re not here to lead you, we’re here to serve you, we’re here to ‘represent’ you as the word suggests,” said Brand.
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