|General Secretary||Rubèn Sampietr|
|Senate leader||Amàlia Pedreño|
|Chamber leader||Melcion Barbés|
|Founded||25 June 2011|
130 Avinguda Obdulio Guzmán Saenz,|
Barcelona, Catalan Community
|Youth wing||Joventut Justicialista|
|National affiliation||Units Podem|
|International affiliation||Socialist International|
|Regional affiliation||Party of European Socialists|
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Podem (Occitan: Podèm; literally "We can"), is a left-wing populist and democratic socialist political party in Arriola launched on 25 June 2010 by Rubèn Sampietr, member of the General Junta and former co-president of the Left Party (PE). The party was formed to address the social inequality and economic malaise brought by the Great Recession. It aims to radically change Arriolan society through the rejection of capitalist market policies, the creation of a participatory democracy, and the collective protection and expansion of social justice.
The party opposes Arriola's membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, prospective membership in the European Union, and supports the negotiation or rejection of several free trade agreements.
Podem is the largest political party in Arriola by number of members, totalling some 620,000 as of 2012. It attracts the majority of it's support from Arriola's youth, with the vast majority of it's members between the ages of 18 and 30. It became the third largest party within the first 20 days it allowed membership, and within two months it had overtaken the Socialist Party of Arriola as the largest party.