Podemos, at the origins of the internal conflicts around the ‘populist hypothesis’: a comparison of the theoretical production, public speeches and militant trajectories of Pablo Iglesias and Íñigo Errejón.

@article{Chazel2020PodemosAT,
  title={Podemos, at the origins of the internal conflicts around the ‘populist hypothesis’: a comparison of the theoretical production, public speeches and militant trajectories of Pablo Iglesias and {\'I}{\~n}igo Errej{\'o}n.},
  author={L. Chazel and Guillermo Fern{\'a}ndez V{\'a}zquez},
  journal={European Politics and Society},
  year={2020},
  volume={21},
  pages={1 - 16}
}
ABSTRACT This article aims to clarify the internal conflicts dividing the Spanish political party Podemos, born in January 2014, by basing itself on the theoretical production, public speeches and militant trajectories of two leaders of the party, Pablo Iglesias and Íñigo Errejón. The second Citizen Assembly of the party (known as ‘Vistalegre II’), held in February 2017, marked a breakpoint in Podemos’ strategy and brought to light the weaknesses of the apparent consensus between the two… Expand
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