Pablo Iglesias. (Photo: Image courtesy of Europa Press)
Since the former vice president of the Government and former leader of United We Can, Pablo Iglesias, left politics after the elections of the Community of Madrid on May 4, little has been known about him. Public appearances can be counted on the fingers of one hand.
On May 12, days after the appointment with the polls to which he attended as a candidate for the purple formation, an image of him without his ponytail was published, which had accompanied him throughout his political career.
Until July 5, nothing more was heard from him. That day and with even shorter hair, he reappeared in public when he participated in a summer course organized by the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM).
14 days later, Iglesias gave his first interview to the Italian newspaper La Stampa. In addition, an image of the former politician manifesting at the age of 22 at the July 2001 rallies against the G8 in Genoa came to light.
Finally, on July 20, it was learned that Iglesias had a new professional destination: the university. In September, he will join a research group of the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3), attached to the Open University of Catalonia (UOC)
However, there is a constant in these 91 days since Iglesias left politics, his Twitter account had not presented news. No posts, no retweets, just favorites.
Until this Tuesday, since Iglesias has changed his profile picture. He has updated his image and appears posing in profile, without his ponytail and with his short hair.
This article originally appeared on The HuffPost and has been updated.