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Joan Laporta signs the motion of censorship of Benedito

Published:9/09/2017 - 17:15h

Updated:9/09/2017 - 18:57h

Joan Laporta, president of the Barcelona between 2003 and 2010, has communicated through his account of Twitter that signed the motion of censorship against of the managerial Board that chairs Josep María Bartomeu. We will see if Benedito achieves the signatures

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This Saturday, in the installations of the Camp Nou, will have situated until four carps in four distinct points of the Barcelona stadium to sign -or no- the motion of censorship that Agustí Benedito is promoting against of Josep Maria Bartomeu. And this Saturday there has been a very special partner that has given him his support.

The ex president of the Barcelona Joan Laporta has confirmed in his account of Twitter that has signed the motion of censorship against of the managerial Board that chairs Josep María Bartomeu. The Catalan leader has explained that "the club of the partners" and has called to the participation. 

Benedito Has promoted this motion when considering that the management made by Bartomeu during the last months is hurtful for the club and needs a change of president already. Now it touches him to the partners show his dissatisfaction -or no- with the current managerial. We will see how it reacts the people today in the Camp Nou.

A difficult challenge

On the possibilities to achieve the 16.570 signatures, Benedito has showed optimist taking into account the rhythm of supports received through his web page in the last weeks. "I am more optimistic that does some weeks. We open a process to ask him to the partners that gave us his data to feed a database of support, can say that once cleaned the electronic directions that did not correspond to partners, are already around the 15.000 partners that have given us his support", desveló this Friday.

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