In the last couple of nights we have watched two main debates. One for Spain, with the main candidates for presidency (all men, and only one real democrat, Mr Pablo Iglesias), and another one with the candidates from the province... Continue Reading →
The perception in Catalonia by independence supporters is that on this trial they are judging not only our representatives, but the over 2 million people who voted in the referendum. This trial is not yet vengeance, but a repressive intent to reprimand, to show how they punish the exercise the right for self-determination of any people within the Spanish state.
In view of general elections in the Spanish state, this week voters have witnessed impressive TV moments with Mr. Rajoy. Some weeks ago we already saw him in a TV interview showing relevant ignorance about Catalan citizens being entitled to... Continue Reading →
While the pro-independence block “Junts pel sí” (Together-for-yes, composed by parties ERC(1), CDC(2), and ANC(3)) are staying true to their promise of making Artur Mas president of Catalonia once more, CUP (4) also stays faithful not to invest him, as... Continue Reading →