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15:25

Opinion

A difficult summer

Mark Nayler

...party has, so far, indicated how they would have handled the crisis if they'd been in charge. If we've been reminded of one political lesson since lockdown began, it's that it's easier to sit on the sidelines of power and criticise than it is to make

11:41

Local

A tribute to optimism in Estepona

"courage and ability to overcome", as it says on the plaque, having gone on to become a political activist and para-alpine skier.

15:00

National

Final campaigning under way before this Sunday's general election

NEIL HESKETH

The political parties are finishing off their national election campaigning today, 8 November, before an official day of reflection as usual tomorrow, Saturday, and then voting on Sunday. The campaigning will have lasted just eight days, a shorter ... period as the country only went to the polls as recently as April, meaning there has been little time for major incidents or significant straying from campaign messages. Costa plays its part in the national political scene Causing most comment in

13:30

National

Fresh rulings on Catalan politicians keep separatism at centre stage

SUR

The fate of Catalan separatist politicians continued to heavily feature in the national political debate this week. Last week the Junta Electoral (electoral commission) said that Quim Torra, Catalan president, had to stop being a regional MP

16:09

Opinion

What's the problem?

Mark Nayler

...for a second bout of investiture votes, in which he is by no means guaranteed to succeed. Given the continued political uncertainty, the changes that Sánchez has suggested making to the 1978 Spanish Constitution may appear entirely reasonable. The ... government (which is always what ends up happening anyway)? Surely that is a democratically earned right for the political group that's first past the post on election day? The investiture process, you could argue, is a convoluted and unnecessary step - one ... political landscape, rather than Article 99 of the Constitution, that is preventing the formation of a stable government? I think it might.

16:03

Sport

A reputation in tatters

Rob Palmer

...shirt with a commercial sponsor, playing pure enviable football and acting as ambassadors for the people of Catalonia in trying times. This lockdown period has coincided with a breakdown of relations within the club. The region is used to political

12:33

Gibraltar

US Congress members on two-day visit

Debbie Bartlett

...through the United Kingdom under the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act (MECEA) scheme. After a briefing on political developments including Brexit, the visitors met the Governor of Gibraltar, Lt General Edward Davis, toured Parliament and

11:49

LifeStyle

6 December 1978: Spain ratifies Constitution of 1978

Tony Bryant

...organised in ten parts, which advocates as the highest values liberty, justice, equality and political pluralism. A seven-member panel was selected to work on the draft of the constitution and they became known as the 'Fathers of the Constitution'. These ... seven people were chosen to represent the deeply divided political spectrum within the Spanish Parliament, while the leading role was given to then ruling UCD party. The assembly nullified the fundamental laws of the regime as well as existing laws

15:34

LifeStyle

The tales of two Madrid correspondents

Mark Nayler

...causes of the crisis, starting with Spain joining the eurozone in 1999, and explores both its negative and positive effects, such as soaring unemployment and the emergence of new political forces, whose success has been fuelled by dissatisfaction with the ... life. Podemos was conceived in the left-leaning Faculty of Political and Social Sciences in Madrid's Complutense University, where "the atmosphere is cheerfully anarchic: students light up cigarettes despite a university-wide smoking ban. Amidst the ... inconceivable without the crisis, which set the scene for newcomers unafraid of challenging a discredited and corrupt political class. In his final chapter, the author rightly praises Spain's new parties for terminating the dual hegemony of the Socialists and

15:09

LifeStyle

28 February 1980: Andalusians vote for autonomy

Jennie Rhodes

political parties which had emerged across Andalucía since the end of Franco's one-party regime met in Antequera where they signed Andalucía pact (pacto autonómico andaluz) or the Pacto de Antequera as it became known. This step paved the way for the

15:08

Opinion

Agreeing to disagree

Mark Nayler

Is there anyone out there who isn't fed up with the photos of Pedro Sánchez and Pablo Iglesias, standing side-by-side and grinning robotically after signing their governing pact this week? Yes, they're making an effort to resolve the political ... establishment without having to govern or form legislation himself. Now, in a sudden and suspicious reversal on Sánchez's part, he's being welcomed into the political establishment and asked to assume the responsibilities of government. Yet it's questionable ... conference on Tuesday that "the political project [between the PSOE and UP] is so exciting that it overcomes any difference between us". But the messy realities of coalition rule, especially between two forces that have previously resisted a partnership,

12:14

Opinion

Patching it up

Mark Nayler

Spain finally has a "Frankenstein" government - a minority administration led by the Socialists, supported by leftist Unidas Podemos (UP) and reliant on the votes of smaller separatist parties to pass legislation. The country's political deadlock ... political deadlock (let's not forget that last September he dismissed the idea of teaming up with UP as "unfeasible"). If this new patchwork administration is to achieve anything, much more compromise - from Sánchez and Iglesias and all the other main

13:49

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Attorney General appointed CMG in Queen's New Year Honours

Debbie Bartlett

...any other non-political figure. He has changed the landscape in Gibraltar in a seminal way for our people in securing the vote in European elections, our membership of UEFA and our membership of FIFA. Each of those has had a seismic effect on the lives

15:23

Opinion

Doom and gloom

Mark Nayler

...cited a Spanish infrastructure group as reporting a tiny drop in its domestic sales, in part because of the "uncertain political environment". There's lots to unpack here, such as the idea that the miniscule slowdown might be a cause for doom and ... and July illustrates the esoteric aspect of macroeconomics, and how easily they can be used to bolster opposing narratives. Secondly, I'm always amazed when "experts" or research papers speak of "political uncertainty" in Spain as if it's anything ... new, as if it's something that's suddenly making people or companies stop and think. There's been no real political certainty in Spain since the general election of December 2015, which exploded the forty-year duopoly of the Conservative People's Party

12:36

National

Campaign for 10 November election kicks off with conflicting poll forecasts

SUR

...cut short to spare boring the country, which is weary of general elections following last April's vote that failed to deliver a new government. Political leaders were already on the unofficial campaign trail this week and reacting to the latest ... minister, Pedro Sánchez, is being investigated by the Spanish electoral commission for using the official government residence of La Moncloa for a television interview with party political content, allegedly breaking electoral roles.

12:19

Local

PP asks Madrid to stop erosion of Marbella beaches

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

The Partido Popular (PP) has said that it will take action via the national parliament this autumn in support of projects to stop sand being eroded from Marbella's beaches. The political party that runs Marbella council says that the acting PSOE