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Romain Gavrasfilm director, has just released a film called athena. Draw a kind of contemporary civil war in France caused by social differences. Class differences, that is. And, since they haven’t finished shooting yet The four Seasonsthe series of Pedro SanchezI thought that this movie can give the Government some idea for the last chapter.

I read the cover of THE SPANISH: “Sánchez poses the elections as a fight between defenders of the ‘poor’ and the ‘rich’. The Government recovers the tax on large fortunes that it rejected three months ago and is studying whether to deflate the IRPF rates for lower incomes. In the PSOE they understand that, in times of crisis and difficulties, it is effective to identify the PP with the ‘rich’, and for this reason the arguments received by the ministers and the leaders of the PSOE speak of ‘the people’ and ‘the workers’.

The Moncloa announcement has already put that 1% of the rich on the total number of taxpayers in Spain on notice [el porcentaje lo encuentro en La Vanguardia]. reveals The confidential: “The great patrimonies prepare the armor against a fiscal blow of the Government”. “We can warn you that you will be vigilant about the fine print of the tax on the rich.”

Meanwhile, to approve the Budgets, I see in The reason that Moncloa will have to hide the increase in military spending and that it is going to start negotiating with Bildu and PNV. ERC stays for the end.

Perhaps in the framework of the lunge at great fortunes this information can be understood from The country: “A dispute between the Interior and Justice leaves a protected witness unpaid. They pass the ball and declare themselves not competent to pay 500,000 euros that the Administration owes since 2009 to a man who, risking his life, managed to dismantle a gang dedicated to drug trafficking. They must have told him: “If it’s better that you don’t come, he’s going to pay you.”

Yesterday I went to the physio. Contrary to what I thought, my fiscal hernia has nothing to do with the continuous increases and decreases in taxes, but with this other news published today by all the headlines: “Dolores Delgado, promoted to Chamber Prosecutor two months after resigning as Prosecutor General. Delgado’s promotion to the first category”.

The country: “The left is preparing to leave behind the United We Can brand. Not for the general elections, but for the regional and municipal ones.” At this rate there will be more refoundations in Spain than political parties.

Who does not want to leave behind his words is Irene Montero. ABC: “The Minister of Equality does not rectify after opening the door to consensual sex in childhood. The opposition calls for the resignation of Montero, who stated that all children should know that they can have sex with whoever they want” . I wasn’t kidding, that was the literal thing.

I have imagined the following situation. At this rate, in a few years, the father and mother, instead of saying “come on, kid, go study a bit” or “come on, kid, go play ball.” They’ll say, “Hey, why don’t you go fuck yourself for a bit?”

We go from one extreme to the other, band change. about the mess Macarena Oloni. The country: “Vox rejected Olona’s claim to be its national spokesperson”. ABC: “Parliamentaries and territorial officials question Ortega Smith: ‘It’s gotten out of hand because of you, you don’t know how to treat people. You have no right.'”

And, meanwhile, in Russia. It’s hard to catch the Russians’ sense of humor at a time like this. But, in particular, those who work at the Russian embassy in Italy are horny. ABC: “The Russian embassy in Italy publishes photos of Putin with candidates for the elections”. They’re all there, not even the venerable President of the Republic is spared!

I end with the magnificent chronicle published today in The world Xavi Colas, correspondent in Moscow. Reminds me of the title of that movie, sad trumpet ballad. “A sad trumpet tune sends the mobilized farewell to some quick training sessions.”

Colás refers that the Russian government is hunting recruits in the subway, among the poor and ethnic minorities. Especially in cities far from the capital, where there are fewer cameras, fewer protesters. There is an anthological phrase: “The Russians have found war sprouting from an envelope brought by an official.”

*This is the press review that Daniel Ramírez carries out every morning for “La España que madruga”, in “Más de Uno”, Carlos Alsina’s program on Onda Cero.

Source: Elespanol

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J. A. Allen

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