May 8, 2009 at 8:15 am #54973
The candidate in the upcoming European elections for the CDL, the Centro Democratico Liberal party, is Sean O’Curneen Cañas, half Irish and half Spanish. Fourth on the list, i.e. in a high enough position to make a difference, is Jacqueline Cotterill, a British long time resident of Spain and currently deputy-mayor of Parcent (Alicante). Jacqueline also works closely with the AUN, the anti property abuse association which had such success recently with the Auken Report into unlawful property abuse and corruption.
The CDL is the Spanish arm of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE), which is the Union’s third largest political force, with 100 MEPs, 9 of the 27 EU Commissioners, 5 Prime Ministers, more than 800 elected National MP’s and thousands of Regional and Local councillors.
May 17, 2009 at 12:13 pm #92190
I’ve interviewed Sean on the radio – link at http://www.coolfmspain.com – and written about him at http://spanishshilling.blogspot.com
I think that this is important. the 300,000 Northern Europeans who registered to vote in the European Elections in Spain can make a difference – and just imagine an ex-pat with his voice and his experiences sat in the European Parliament.
May 23, 2009 at 6:43 am #92289
I invite you to view the video endorsements in English that I have
received for my campaign and for the CDL party. Please forward to as many contacts as you can, inviting them to view the videos and encouraging them to forward to as many of their own contacts and so on.
The following people have endorsed my campaign and CDL:
– Nick Clegg, Leader of the British Liberal Democrats
– Guy Verhofstadt, Prime Minister of Belgium (1999-2008) and Head of List
for the Flemish liberals
– Graham Watson, Leader of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for
Europe in the European Parliament and Candidate for President of the
– Flo Clucas, President of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for
Europe in the EU’s Committee of the Regions and Deputy Leader of Liverpool
Thank you for your support!
Sean O’Curneen Cañas
IT’S TIME FOR A NEW POLITICS IN SPAIN!
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