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De tú a tú – entrevista a javier nart (primera parte)

Javier NartNacido el 19 de agosto de 1947 (73 años)Alma mater de LaredoOcupaciónPolítico, escritor, abogado, corresponsal de guerra (1977-1984) Partido políticoCiudadanos Cargo que ocupaMiembro del Parlamento Europeo (2014-2019), diputado del Parlamento Europeo (2019-)
Nart asistió a un colegio del Opus Dei y le preparaban para ingresar en la Compañía de Jesús, algo que no le convenía porque no es religioso. A pesar de su incredulidad, dice que siente un «tremendo respeto» por los jesuitas, sobre todo por los que luego conocería en sus viajes a Nicaragua. Nart estudió Derecho en la Universidad de Barcelona, pero también se dedicó al periodismo porque quería abrirse camino en Barcelona sin su padre. Bromea diciendo que era un «picapleito» (mal abogado) durante la semana, pero activista ciudadano el fin de semana[2].
Al principio de su carrera, Nart trabajó como corresponsal de guerra en muchos países, como Líbano, Chad, Myanmar y Yemen. Nart entrevistó y conoció a personas que participaron en la mayoría de los conflictos mundiales importantes entre 1977 y 1992. También cubrió la revolución nicaragüense que condujo al derrocamiento del dictador Anastasio Somoza en 1979 por el Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional[3]. Como explica, fue de guerra en guerra y tomó fotografías que ayudaron a la comprensión internacional de estos conflictos. Desarrolló una relación especialmente intensa con los palestinos y las fuerzas de resistencia de Al Fatah. Según Nart, se merecen una vida mejor que la que tienen actualmente bajo la ocupación israelí, aunque no tiene reparos en criticar a algunos de los dirigentes de Al Fatah[2].

Javier nart. interventions in the debate «ara i aquí».

His professional career goes first of all through his time as a war correspondent, between 1977 and 1984, in the most conflictive areas of the planet: Nicaragua, Yemen, Zimbabwe, Lebanon, Palestine, Cambodia, Laos, Iran, Iraq and Chad, among others.
Ideologically rooted in democratic socialism, during the Transition he was secretary general of the Catalan Popular Socialist Party (PSPC), a branch of the Popular Socialist Party. After the incorporation of the Popular Socialist Party to the PSOE, he joined this party, leaving it at the beginning of the 1990s due to his rejection of the scandals that affected the socialist government of the time.

Joan tardà and javier nart, face to face

Marta Flich and Javier Nart have been the protagonists of a tense debate in relation to gender violence or macho violence. It happened in Todo es mentira, the afternoon program of Cuatro, which ended with the politician leaving the set before the astonished look of the rest of the collaborators.
Carolina Bescansa criticized that «your freedom to go where you want and at the time you want without being assaulted is questioned», something she considered «intolerable». Nart took the floor and started by saying that «we all have the right to go wherever we want and however we want».
«Yes, of course… But this is not a mugging, it is a sexual assault. You don’t get mugged for being a man, we get harassed for being women,» said the visibly indignant presenter. Nart then wondered if «we are going to have to put a civil guard every 500 meters».
«No,» Flich answered sharply and continued saying «we will have to change education to educate people in feminism so that we are respected and there is absolute equality. That’s enough! It is that a false debate is created and an equidistance that is not correct!»

Javier nart 16 jan 2019 plenary speech on the future of europe

In June he left the executive and in September he confirmed his resignation from Ciudadanos after defending, practically alone, the support to the Government of Pedro Sánchez. Since then, Javier Nart believes he has maintained a «prudent silence» that he breaks now in the SER to expose a bitter analysis that begins by considering «irrelevant» the resignation of Albert Rivera.
In other words, Nart does not believe that Arrimadas is the alternative to recover what Rivera’s party has lost because he does not know «what was the difference in criteria between Inés Arrimadas and Albert Rivera. If you explain it to me, I will be delighted», he says somewhat defiant for having dared to announce the disaster.
Nart does not forgive «those who have undone the party, all of them, not Albert Rivera», he says convinced that Ciudadanos has lost the possibility of «promoting a change, a regeneration when we had the chance to do it, which was when we joined with the PSOE and we could join with the PP in other places». But «by a sectarian ridiculousness, looking at our navel as if our navel was the center of the world» Cs has reached «the disaster that I announced to Villegas», he says remembering those days in June in which after losing the internal debate he prepared his exit.

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