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322 commentsAgreement between the Government and the PP to renew the Constitutional Court, the Ombudsman and the Court of Auditors8 comments «We have to meet, there is an opportunity «21 commentsWhy does the PP give in with the Constitutional Court?
4 comments «A completely presentist and honest look at the past would destroy us «2 comments «What the Prosecutor’s Office is apparently preparing will be for any layman a condemnation of Juan Carlos I «4 comments «PSOE and PP are the first guarantors of our democracy. They must not succumb to the logic of power»»The Russian government’s offensive against the opposition and the independent press is fierce».
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United Politics Podemos looks sidelong at the socialist conclave and awaits its roadmap, which will question the entire left Alexis Romero They show respect for the internal processes of other formations, but are aware of the tensions in the PSOE about issues such as the monarchy or feminism. They will also be pending on whether Sánchez makes a firm commitment to the progressive agenda, the coalition government and the need for territorial reform.
Politics The National Court overturns Vox’s appeal accusing Pablo Iglesias and Dina Bousselham of false denunciation Ana María Pascual The ultra party intended that the former vice president of the Government and his former advisor were prosecuted for the theft of her cell phone, which ended up in the hands of Commissioner Villarejo.
Society The law of the ‘only yes is yes’ advances in Congress after overcoming the vetoes of the PP and Vox Agencies The Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, has risen to the rostrum of Congress to defend a project that, she said, seeks to break the silence of the victims.
United We can celebrate the first Royal Decree energy that «does not carry the logo of Unesa», the employer of electricity. Minister Ribera recognizes that the shock plan endorsed by Congress is not enough to contain the rise in electricity prices.
It seems that we do not have social and institutional mechanisms to face common problems. We do not have frames of reference to think about the tragedy of the families who lost their homes under the lava.
Several acquaintances report similar events related to the so-called pension plans. It is very difficult to find objective and disinterested information on this issue, as the competition to convince customers multiplies on the internet the existence of videos and documents that tell the great advantage of «investing» in pension plans.
Marina Garcés shares ideas about the present pandemic and the future to come in the second episode of ‘Conjugating Futures’, a series of interviews carried out in collaboration with the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation.