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08:44

National

Spain will welcome back foreign holidaymakers in July, says PM

EFE

Tourists will be able to come to Spain again from July "in conditions of safety", prime minister Pedro Sánchez announced at a press conference on Saturday. "Tourism is a vital sector for the Spanish economy," said Sánchez, encourging professionals ... is to create "safe corridors" to link areas of Spain that have moved into Phase Three of the plan to ease lockdown restrictions as well as with some European cities. In terms of tourists coming from other countries, Sánchez confirmed what government ... safety [in the countries of] origin and safety in the destination, and for that reason we will guarantee that tourists are not at risk here and that they don't bring risks to our country," said Sánchez. "Health is not inconsistent with business; without

18:09

National

Government looks to renew state of alarm for another month

SUR

On Sunday, 24 May, the latest extension to Spain's state of alarm expires and the government is looking at ways to get enough MPs' support to renew it. Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said on Saturday that he would ask Congreso to back a new period ... Sánchez said that it would only be the Health ministry that maintains its authority over the Spain's autonomous regions, and control over Interior, Transport and Defence would be returned to the regional governments. Growing opposition Sánchez

15:33

Opinion

Law and disorder

MARK NAYLER

One of the de-escalation process. But even more baffling is Pedro Sánchez's latest judicial decree, passed in congress on Wednesday by a typically random collection of votes, which aims to reduce the already substantial backlog of court cases resulting ... Justice recently predicted a substantial increase in bankruptcy cases throughout the rest of this year and in 2020. These are among the many consequences of an excessively long economic "hibernation", which Sánchez seems in no hurry to terminate. Indeed, ... "the unity of all to save lives, businesses and jobs" (as Sánchez said on Wednesday)? The manner in which the judicial decree was passed also highlighted the constantly changing nature of support for the government's proposed legislation. The Catalan

15:39

National

Pedro Sánchez defends his exit plan to MPs amid a lack of consensus

SUR

Wednesday, Pedro Sánchez accepted responsibility for any central government errors during thecrisis. However he also asked any regional governments' health services run by opposition parties to engage in some self-criticism. The PM defended an end to ... lockdown, saying the country had to be "started up again", however opposition leader Pablo Casado, of the Partido Popular (PP), said this wouldn't be safe without mass testing. Casado asked Sánchez whether Spain would need a bailout. The PM didn't reply, but ... said that Spain was facing "a very serious" economic crisis. Earlier this week, the Congreso approved the setting up of a cross-party commission to lead the country out of the crisis but both Sánchez's PSOE party and the PP have still failed to agree

17:31

Opinion

A bad idea

Mark Nayler

...because it wasn't consulted (it wasn't consulted before an amendment to sick-leave legislation in February, either). The Confederation of Employers and Industries of Spain, the largest such federation in the country, has said that Pedro Sánchez's promise ... for an extension to the state of alarm (although, oddly, it wouldn't have made any difference if EH Bildu hadn't abstained: their votes weren't decisive). Sánchez, then, made a promise to go much further in repealing Rajoy's controversial ... collaborating with a radical group such as EH Bildu, Sánchez risks alienating the more moderate Basque National Party (PNV), on which he has often relied for support in congress (indeed, the PNV voted for the extension last week). And last but certainly not

16:10

National

PM Pedro Sánchez talks of the 'new normal' in speech to MPs

SUR

As part of the debate in parliament, there was much talk of what the scaling down of restrictions would look like. Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez estimated that, in the view of Ministers, "the second half of May" would be the moment for a "new ... the conservative Partido Poplar, Pablo Casado tried in vain to get Sánchez to take blame, and the PM limited himself to admitting "errors" had been made, just as had happened "in all countries". The PM said he was "prudently optimistic" about the

16:05

National

Pedro Sánchez to extend state of alarm in Spain until 26 April

PAULA DE LAS HERAS

...activity banned. The current two-week emergency period ends on 11 April and the new extension will need to be passed by MPs in Spain's Congreso. The decision comes after prime minister Pedro Sánchez held a meeting on Saturday with the scientific committee ... to save lives, tens of thousands of lives that the virus would have taken without the work of the healthcare professionals and without the measures to restrict movement that we decreed," said Sánchez on Saturday. Daily new coronavirus case figures ... are falling Fernando Simón, Sánchez's main advisor on the coronavirus health crisis, said on Friday that, despite the positive figures - the daily increase in new cases is falling - the population was still required to "maximise precautions to avoid

15:48

National

Spain to scale down coronavirus restrictions in four phases, reaching its 'new normal' by the end of June

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

The easing of Spain’s lockdown restrictions will be gradual and coordinated, but not the same all over the country, said prime minister Pedro Sánchez on Tuesday. The country’s progress to a “new normal” will go through four phases, each lasting a ... third phase, which will allow even greater movement, would start on 8 June, said Sánchez, who gave few concise details of what this stage would involve. There was no clear information given as to when international travel might be allowed again,

22:09

Opinion

A united front

Mark Nayler

...many delays and problems over the last few years. Seemingly lacking any serious points to make, speakers for each of these two parties resorted to trivialities or absurdities, such as requesting that Pedro Sánchez wear a black tie in mourning for ... accusations. Instead, both Sánchez and Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias repeatedly made appeals for cross-party collaboration, in order to more effectively deal with the pandemic and its economic consequences. Sánchez is right to ask his opponents, chief among ... just as they have done in other scenarios. Instead, Sánchez wants to discuss the possibility of a new set of Moncloa Pacts, the range of cross-party agreements made in 1977, as Spain returned to democracy after the death of Francisco Franco. A