Pablo Iglesias continues with his journalistic career after having left the Government of Pedro Sánchez and having been humiliated by Isabel Díaz Ayuso in the regional elections. His last step has been to open a digital newspaper associated with his platform, Canal Red, in which he has rescued his former advisor Dina Bousselham after the closure of La Última Hora, the podemita pamphlet that he directed and that Iglesias himself advertised. .
Bousselham has debuted on the new Iglesias page with an opinion article in which he attacks the sports journalist Juanma Castaño for criticizing the attitude of the players of the Women’s Soccer Team.
«That Dani Carvajal is earning nothing more and nothing less than 9 million euros per season at Real Madrid, while the salary of the majority of the players in the F League is around 16,000 gross euros per year (basically the minimum salary in Spain) “It is not only a tremendous injustice but a lack of respect for the work of these professional players and an insult to the sport,” he states in the article, ignoring the income that the players can generate for the clubs to receive a salary of these dimensions.
After having already participated in programs on the audiovisual channel, Dina Bousselham thus makes her debut on Diario Red, a project for which, in the same week of its birth, Pablo Iglesias has already asked for money. “We are going to need support, a lot of support,” reads an email in a pleading tone that Iglesias himself sent to ask for collaboration because the medium “will not have financing from great economic powers.”
Dina Bousselham, again in digital
In this way, Dina Bousselham returns to a digital newspaper after last March La Última Hora Noticias was forced to close. This website, from the beginning, was used by Iglesias to coerce and intimidate the judges who were investigating Podemos corruption, such as the judge of the National Court Manuel García-Castellón (who investigated the so-called Dina case) or the head of the Court of Instruction No. 42 of Madrid, Juan José Escalonilla, who accused Podemos and several of its leaders of illegal financing. The closure of La Última Hora was justified, precisely, with the justification of joining Canal Red.
But Bousselham is not the only one Pablo Iglesias is giving work to, recently the acting Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, also published her first article in Canal Red.
The article, titled It’s very simple: only yes is yes, was a criticism of the former president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, Luis Rubiales, and, at the same time, a staunch defense of the law approved by his ministry, which has reduced the prison sentences of 1,205 sexual offenders and released 121. Figures that for the Minister of Equality are “minority”, as she states in her article.
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