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25 мая, 22:16

Независимость Каталонии - долговая бомба Испании

Независимость Каталонии взорвет испанскую долговую бомбу замедленного действия.

25 мая, 22:16

Независимость Каталонии - долговая бомба Испании

Независимость Каталонии взорвет испанскую долговую бомбу замедленного действия.

25 мая, 17:47

Испания поддерживает вступление НАТО в коалицию по борьбе с ИГ

Власти Испании поддерживают вступление НАТО в международную коалицию по борьбе с ИГ, заявил премьер Мариано Рахой на полях саммита.

25 мая, 16:14

Мадрид отказался обсуждать с Каталонией референдум о независимости

Премьер-министр Испании Мариано Рахой Брей считает невозможными переговоры с властями Каталонии о проведении референдума о независимости. Рахой призвал уважать национальный суверенитет страны

24 мая, 12:00

Catalonia Threatens Immediate Declaration Of Independence If Spain Doesn't Approve Referendum

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk.com, The constitutional crisis in Spain may be coming to a head quickly according to a leaked document on a “Secret Law for Catalonia Independence” as reported by El Pais.  Spain’s Attorney General José Manuel Maza is set to examine the legality of a plan outlined by the regional government of Catalonia to activate immediate secession from Spain if the central government in Madrid stops it from holding a vote on independence – something it is planning on doing in September or October of this year.   The independence mechanism is detailed in a secret draft version of legislation being prepared by the Generalitat, the Catalan regional government, and to which EL PAÍS has had access.   The document aims to work as a provisional Catalan Constitution that, according to the text, would be in place during the two-month period that the parliament would have to begin a process that would culminate in the “parliamentary republic” of Catalonia.   “If the Spanish state effectively impedes the holding of a referendum, this law will enter into effect in a complete and immediate manner when the [regional] parliament has verified such an impediment,” the draft legislation reads.   The document has a section that covers the referendum itself and features the question that would be asked of voters: “Do you want Catalonia to be a state that is independent from Spain?” The intention in the text is that this part of the legislation would come into effect first in order to be able to hold the referendum, and indicates that a majority of votes in favor, no matter how slim, and with no minimum participation level, would ratify the decision and mean that it was binding.   The text makes a number of references to itself as being a “founding law,” and goes into exhaustive details – albeit with many legal loopholes and unknowns – about the breakaway: i.e. who would be a Catalan citizen, how it would be possible to obtain nationality, which Spanish laws would remain in force and which would not, what would happen to government workers currently employed by the state, among other details.   The authors of the text ignore legal and material elements that have enormous importance and complexity, such as the whether this new republic would continue to form part of Europe, or whether social benefits or pensions would be guaranteed, or whether all taxation – and fines for non-payment – would be the responsibility of the regional government.   Under the reasoning of the authors of the text, none of these issues would infringe the law because, as the second article reads, “national sovereignty resides with the people of Catalonia, from whom all powers of the State emanate.” Expect Fireworks The Catalonia independence threat is smack on top of a Spanish government crisis in which Mariano Rajoy has threatened to dissolve parliament and call snap elections if his budget does not pass. The surprise results of Socialist Party (PSOE) leadership election on Sunday, in which Pedro Sánchez returned to power, makes it very likely Rajoy will not get his budget passed. For details, please see Voters Smack Spain’s Political Leadership: Snap Spanish Presidential Elections Coming Up? * * * As a reminder, Catalonia is not alone...

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23 мая, 12:00

Voters Slam Spain's Political Leadership: Are Snap Spanish Presidential Elections Coming Up?

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk.com, Last year, the socialist party (PSOE) leadership ousted Pedro Sánchez as its head when Sánchez refused to allow a minority government of Mariano Rajoy to form. Susana Díaz took over as party head. Socialist party elections were held yesterday. Sánchez ran again as an outsider and shocked the POSE leadership winning an outright majority of votes in a three-way race. This was a clear smack in the face to the party leadership who backed Susana Díaz. With Sánchez back at the helm in Parliament, Rajoy has little chance of getting his legislation passed. Rajoy now has his eye on calling snap elections. The Guardian reports Spanish Socialists Re-Elect Pedro Sánchez to Lead Party. Pedro Sánchez has regained the leadership of Spain’s bitterly divided socialist party seven months after being ousted in a coup that laid bare the faultlines within the PSOE and left its status as the main opposition party in jeopardy.   On Sunday night, Sánchez took 50% of the vote, sailing past his main rival, Susana Díaz, the president of the PSOE stronghold of Andalusia, who took 40%. The former Basque president Patxi López finished third with 10%.   The PSOE has been in the hands of a caretaker administration since October, when Sánchez stepped down after powerful factions within the party rebelled against his refusal to allow Mariano Rajoy’s conservative People’s party (PP) to form a government.   Following his resignation, the PSOE abstained from Rajoy’s investiture debate, returning the PP to office and ending the 10-month political stalemate that had left Spain without a government after two inconclusive general elections.   Díaz, who was backed by party heavyweights including former PSOE prime ministers Felipe Gónzalez and José Luis Zapatero, had called for a more pragmatic approach to dealing with the PP. Snap Elections Eurointelligence fills in the remaining pieces of the story with commentary on snap elections. The party will now hold its congress over the weekend of June 18 to renew its executive committee and approve its political platform. The danger for the PSOE is that the party may emerge from the congress divided, or that MPs and regional premiers will actively undermine Sánchez’ leadership.   Sánchez, who was never particularly to the left of the PSOE, rode a wave of members’ discontent about the party’s decision to abstain last October to allow Rajoy to form a government, thus avoiding a third round of elections which would have fallen on Christmas Day. Rajoy has indicated that, if the 2017 budget does not pass the parliament next month, he would call early elections. Spain is likely headed for a third presidential election, but it’s unclear if the results will be any different than the previous two elections that resulted in blocked governments with no party being able to form a coalition. The problem with dissolving parliament now is the crisis in Catalonia. The region has threatened to declare independence immediately if the Spanish government does not allow a referendum.

23 мая, 00:21

Правительство Испании обвинило каталонцев в попытке «уничтожения правового государства» // Официальное мнение

Премьер-министр Испании Мариано Рахой предельно жестко отреагировал на информацию о том, что власти Каталонии подготовили "дорожную карту" обретения регионом независимости. Как сообщила вчера газета El Pais, каталонцы разработали законопроект о "юридическом переходе", который должен будет на время заменить конституцию Испании. Переходный период, в течение которого будет формироваться новая "парламентская республика Каталония", должен занять два месяца. В попавшем в распоряжение журналистов документе записано, какие испанские законы останутся в силе, какой будет судьба госсобственности Испании, как изменится статус чиновников и так далее. Особо отмечается, что после обретения независимости Каталония должна остаться членом Евросоюза.

22 мая, 20:38

В Каталонии изобрели беспроигрышный механизм разрыва с Испанией

В Каталонии продолжается подготовка референдума о независимости. Чтобы защитить свои права и предупредить возможные риски в случае попытки срыва плебисцита, местные власти подготовили механизм "немедленного" выхода из состава Испании, передаёт издание El Pais. Правительство региона разработало документ, который вступит в силу, если правительство Мариано Рахоя не позволит провести референдум о статусе Каталонии. В этом случае регион объявит о независимости в одностороннем порядке, станет парламентской республикой, но при этом останется частью Евросоюза. — Если испанское государство будет действенно препятствовать проведению референдума, закон вступит в силу в полном объёме и сразу, как только парламент установит, что такое препятствование имеет место, — говорится в тексте документа. На публикацию этого документа уже отреагировал испанский премьер-министр Мариано Рахой. Он назвал решение властей Каталонии шантажом и отметил, что оно свидетельствует об уничтожении правового государства. Напомним, что в ноябре 2014 года более 80% каталонцев в ходе опроса общественного мнения выразили желание отделиться от Испании.

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22 мая, 18:41

Pedro Sánchez’s victory puts pressure on Spain’s Mariano Rajoy

Socialist party leader’s political comeback raises concerns of impasse in parliament

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22 мая, 16:19

Spain PM accuses Catalan leader of blackmail

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Monday accused Catalonia’s president of blackmailing the state following news reports that the powerful northeastern region has prepared a law to secede from Spain immediately if it is not allowed hold an independence referendum.

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22 мая, 14:40

Spain's PM sees no threat of early elections after Socialist vote

MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Monday he did not expect early general elections in Spain as a result of the election of new Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez on Sunday.

22 мая, 13:02

Europe stutters as political rumblings return

European shares, the euro and the pound all stumbled on Monday as rumblings in Spain, Britain and Brussels reminded investors that the region still has plenty of political uncertainty left in the tank. A one-month high for oil (LCOc1) and bounce in the dollar (.DXY) had triggered Asia's best session in weeks overnight but Europe struggled to maintain the momentum early on. The euro (EUR=) and Spanish stocks (.IBEX)[.EU] and bonds [GVD/EUR] all saw a soft start as one of the most outspoken critics of Mariano Rajoy's ruling party and Spain's austerity policies returned to front the opposition Socialists.

22 мая, 02:28

Pedro Sánchez Chosen to Lead Spain's Socialists

Spain’s Socialists re-elected a former party leader, Pedro Sánchez, who had taken a hard line against conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.

22 мая, 01:40

Spanish Socialists re-elect Pedro Sánchez to lead party

Hardliner’s win comes months after he resigned following a party revolt over his stance on parliamentary deadlockPedro Sánchez has regained the leadership of Spain’s bitterly divided Socialist party seven months after being ousted in a coup that laid bare the faultlines within the PSOE and left its status as the main opposition party in jeopardy.On Sunday night, Sánchez took 50% of the vote, sailing past his main rival, Susana Díaz, the president of the PSOE stronghold of Andalucía, who took 40%. The former Basque president Patxi López finished third with 10%. Continue reading...

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21 мая, 09:46

Spain’s Socialists put Pedro Sanchez back in charge of party

Spain’s Socialists voted to put Pedro Sanchez back in charge as their general secretary on Sunday, seven months after party heavyweights ousted him from power.

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21 мая, 03:46

В Мадриде прошел многотысячный митинг с требованием отставки премьера

Несколько тысяч человек вышли в субботу в Мадриде на митинг в поддержку вынесения вотума недоверия премьер-министру Испании Мариано Рахою.

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20 мая, 23:52

В Мадриде прошёл митинг с требованием отставки премьера Испании

Митинг в поддержку вынесения вотума недоверия премьер-министру Испании Мариано Рахою состоялся в центре Мадрида. Читать далее

20 мая, 20:57

Мадридские демонстранты поддержали вотум недоверия Рахою

Сотни испанцев собрались в центре Мадрида, чтобы поддержать вотум недоверия председателю правительства Мариано Рахою. Активисты поддерживают его отставку.

20 мая, 20:57

Мадридские демонстранты поддержали вотум недоверия Рахою

Сотни испанцев собрались в центре Мадрида, чтобы поддержать вотум недоверия председателю правительства Мариано Рахою. Активисты поддерживают его отставку.

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20 мая, 20:35

Thousands in Madrid back no-confidence vote against PM Rajoy

Thousands rallied in Madrid on Saturday to support a no-confidence vote against conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy brought by the far-left Podemos party.

11 ноября 2015, 06:48

Испания раскалывается?

В понедельник парламент Каталонии утвердил резолюцию, одобряющую «процесс создания независимого государства». Каталонцы собрались стать независимыми от Испании уже к 2017 году. «Дорожная карта» сторонников независимости представляет собой чётко прописанные шаги: сформировать государственные структуры и разработать конституцию. Также указывается, что парламент Каталонии не станет подчиняться испанским государственным институтам. Парламентарии всерьёз говорят о скором создании «справедливой» каталонской республики.