Last quote by Albert Rivera
For the good of Spain and Spaniards I'm willing to sit down to negotiate with those who, in my opinion, don't deserve to rule the country. Those who I think have not done things well, those who have not committed in recent years to the fight against corruption. But I insist, there are two options: either we have a government that we don't like or no government at all. Between those two options I choose the less bad one.
Aug 10 2016
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Albert Rivera is associated, including Spain and Sanchez. Most recently, Albert Rivera has been quoted saying: “If the PP accepts these conditions and ... puts a time and date on an investiture vote, we're open to everything. Spaniards don't have any more time, they want change but they also want a government.” in the article Spain's Ciudadanos opens door to supporting Rajoy as prime minister. An other article where Albert Rivera has been quoted is Spain's political newcomers determined to overturn 'caste system'.
Quotes by Albert Rivera
Aug 09 2016
If the PP accepts these conditions and ... puts a time and date on an investiture vote, we're open to everything. Spaniards don't have any more time, they want change but they also want a government.
Dec 16 2015
We don't want a pact with [the conservative] Rajoy or [the Socialist] Sanchez. We want to beat them, and that's very different. There is a conservative-socialist pact to pretend that we are all either red or blue, in order to maintain an obsolete party-ocracy, a pact to conceal corruption.
Dec 16 2015
When I talk to everyone wondering how to vote, to those who haven't decided, I ask them to think about those people. The time has surely come to be done with the hard-nosed cheats and thieves who go into politics as a way to stuff their pockets, to get rich. We need educated, dignified people who don't make promises but who offer guarantees.
May 25 2015
Ciudadanos.won't take part in governments we don't lead, so don't expect our support in places where we are not Mayor or President.
Nov 08 2014
Cardboard boxes and ballot papers do not necessarily mean democracy. In this case, they are trying to simulate democracy. So, I am inviting Artur Mas to call for elections if he really wants people to vote.
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