The newsroom will be led by José Antonio Fúster, formerly of ABC, La Razón, COPE or the Intereconomy Group.

The newsroom will be led by José Antonio Fúster, formerly of ABC, La Razón, COPE or the Intereconomy Group.

The newsroom will be led by José Antonio Fúster, formerly of ABC, La Razón, COPE or the Intereconomy Group.

Santiago Abascal, in Congress.

Next Monday, October 12, Columbus Day, it will be launched The Gazette of the Iberospherethe first project of the new Dissent Foundation who presides Santiago Abascal. It rescues the spirit of the historic Business Gazette -converted to The Gazette with Intereconomy- to launch a newspaper on-line (gaceta.es) “which aims to become a journalistic reference in all Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries.”

We are facing the first major media project of Santiago Abascal, leader of VOX, who joins journalists and professionals identified with conservative ideologies. In this way, at the head of the editorial board will be Hermann Tertsch and the writing will be led by Jose Antonio Fuster ex of ABC, The reasonCOPE or the Intereconomy Group.

As the header itself explained, The Gazette of the Iberosphere “It will be an international newspaper with political information, analysis, interviews and cultural content with a strong presence on social networks and with a clear commitment to new journalistic formats.” The medium aspires to be a voice that confronts the enemies of freedom on both sides of the Atlantic.

In fact, the new Gazette stands totally against the left around the world.A header with more than 30 years of experience in Spanish journalism thus begins a new stage in which it will wage a cultural battle against the leftist ideological agenda promoted by organizations such as the Sao Paulo Forum and the Puebla Group”.

Collaborators

Founded in 1990 by Lula da Silva and Fidel Castro, the Sao Paulo Forum has supported and financed a long list of far-left parties, leaders and movements throughout all the countries of the Iberosphere, including Spain.

For its part, the Puebla Group, created in 2019, has among its members names such as Evo Morales, Rafael Correa, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero or Irene Monteroamong others, and develops an intense political activity at the international level.

The team will be made up of more than 30 people distributed throughout the different countries of the Iberosphere. Among the columnists there will be names like Alfonso Ussía, Enrique García-Máiquez, Amando de Miguel, Itxu Díaz, Vanessa Vallejo, Orlando Avendaño, Fernando Sánchez Dragó, Iván Vélez, Rafael Bardají, Carmen Álvarez Vela, etc.

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