Albert Rivera,The former Ciudadanos closes three more signings for his master’s degree in political leadership
While information continues to appear about the relationship between Albert Rivera and the singer Malú , and their possible breakup, the former spokesman for Ciudadanos continues to focus on his new project at the University Institute of Leadership of the Cardenal Cisneros University , where he has formed a trio that many experts in Spain are talking about .
5,500 euros registration fee
After leaving the Martínez-Evevarría law firm last February due to his “low productivity,” Albert Rivera is working on the programming of the master’s degree in political leadership that he will teach at the University Institute of Leadership of the Cardenal Cisneros University .
A private center that was founded in 1971 and is attached to the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM).
This postgraduate course lasts 120 hours spread over 8 months .
While registration, which includes a three-day stay in Brussels, seat of the European Parliament, costs 5,500 euros .
“One of the political leaders with the greatest knowledge and leadership of national politics in recent times,” reads the center’s website.
“I’m upset,” wrote a user on the networks, in which it is just one of the reactions generated by knowing that Albert Rivera was preparing a master’s degree in political leadership.
Albert Rivera adds a trio of signings to his list of speakers for the master’s degree in political leadership
Apart from the doubts that Rivera is the most suitable to direct a master of this type, given his questionable success in politics, according to the newspaper El Español, the program will feature a trio of very notorious signings.
This is made up of Margarita Robles , Minister of Defense; Begoña Villacís , deputy mayor of Madrid; and Ana Pastor , Vice President of the Congress of Deputies. Although they’re not the only ones.
The list of speakers also includes names such as Nicolás Redondo Terreros , Antonio Miguel Carmona (former spokesperson for the Madrid PSOE) and the journalists Gloria Lomana (former director of Antena 3 News), Verónica Fumaral (former PSOE press officer), the writer and playwright Albert Boadella and Toni Cantó , former Citizens and director of the Spanish office.