THOUSANDS of people have met up in central Madrid for the start of Podemos’ ‘March for Change’.
Supporters of the anti-corruption party have been congregating in the capital ahead of today’s ‘show of strength’ rally.
Political secretary Inigo Errejon was surrounded by the world’s media as he addressed the masses.
“The real stars today are the local people. This is a party for the normal people, The next stop is Moncloa.”
Spain’s Podemos party wants to emulate the success of Syriza in Greece by breaking the two-party political hold on the country.
In a latest opinion poll, Podemos came up top with 28% of the vote.
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