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The Government finalizes the draft trans law, which will be approved on June 29
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The Government finalizes the draft trans law, which will be approved on June 29

The Government finalizes the draft law for the effective equality of trans people and LGTBI equality, a text that expected to approve the Council of Ministers on June 29 and that it will allow the change of sex and name in the Civil Registry without the need for witnesses, evidence or reports within a period of three months.Negotiations between the different departments involved (Equality, Justice and First Vice Presidency) continue, the text has not yet been closed, knowledgeable sources explain, but there is agreement on the change in the registry of sex, the main obstacle in the elaboration of the norm.With the future law no reports will be needed doctors, no witnesses, or evidence for a tra...
All wrong
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All wrong

First year of legislature. Unpublished and recently inaugurated Government Coalition and… wham! a global pandemic.What happens sixty business weeks later ?: thirty-two laws passed. One law every two weeks. If we add the validated Royal Decree Law to the bills and proposals, we reach the 80 norms with the force of law so far this legislature. And it is worth remembering the figures. And more than the quantity, which is important because of the capacity and intensity of the work, it is very important to recognize what matters have been regulated by the approved standards. The Climate Change Law, the Child Protection Law, the Minimum Living Income, the Euthanasia Law, the Lomloe...
Pedro Sánchez will enhance his profile "personal" from autumn
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Pedro Sánchez will enhance his profile "personal" from autumn

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, will change your strategy after the summer, with the focus on a general election that it hopes to call not before 2023 and to combat the wear and tear caused by the management of the pandemic and the granting of pardons to the convicted pro-independence activists.Although in La Moncloa, they emphasize that the Executive has "overcoming a pandemic" and achieved milestones such as the vaccination campaign, it is time to start a new path in which the figure of the president as a "person" is strengthened rather than his institutional profile."The legislature begins now", they insist, since the pandemic is considered over and that the Government coalit...
The Congress, with the government divided, refuses to include the amnesty and the referendum at the table in Catalonia
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The Congress, with the government divided, refuses to include the amnesty and the referendum at the table in Catalonia

The Plenary of Congress has rejected this Thursday with the votes of PSOE, PP, Vox and Citizens that the referendum on self-determination and amnesty be discussed at the dialogue table on Catalonia as "solution proposals" to the existing political conflict, a motion that Unidos Podemos has supported, which, in fact, had agreed on the text with the CUP.The initiative, which has fallen with 273 'noes' compared to the 71 'yeses' that the independence parties have managed to add, was a motion derived from the interpellation that the CUP deputy, Mireia Vehí, addressed last week to the Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta. In addition to the CUP and the confe...
Calviño’s gesture of despair while Yolanda Díaz talks about the labor reform
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Calviño’s gesture of despair while Yolanda Díaz talks about the labor reform

The houses of Congress have captured a gesture that perfectly sums up the disagreements that exist within the Government around an important pfriction point between partners: whether or not the labor reform will be repealed approved in 2012 when the PP ruled the country.At the exact moment when the third vice president of the Government and Minister of Labor, Yolanda Díaz, affirmed from her seat her intention to repeal the labor reform, the Minister of Economy, Nadia Calviño, seated to her right. he has raised his gaze to heaven in a gesture of disappointment.The image, which barely lasts a couple of seconds, has been much commented and it has been echoed by the mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martí...
Sánchez vindicates the figure of Largo Caballero: "He acted as we want to act today"
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Sánchez vindicates the figure of Largo Caballero: "He acted as we want to act today"

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has claimed this Wednesday during his speech at the closing of the 43rd Confederal Congress of the UGT, the figure of Francisco Largo Caballero: "I would like to start by remembering a fundamental person in the history of the PSOE and in that of the General Union of Workers that has been tainted in recent months by political groups and also by municipal governments: Francisco Largo Caballero ".In addition, Sánchez has set Largo Caballero as an example of how the political, trade union and social left should act: "Largo Caballero was a trade unionist and politician consistent with his actions. He acted as we want to act today ".Sánchez's interventi...
Profile |  Laya: the least diplomatic foreign minister to manage the worst migration crisis with Morocco
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Profile | Laya: the least diplomatic foreign minister to manage the worst migration crisis with Morocco

The appointment of Arancha González Laya as Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and the European Union last January 2020 it was unexpected. Its independence from PSOE and Podemos, members of the first coalition government in the recent democratic history of Spain, surprised locals and strangers. More, after succeeding Josep Borrell, who had held different positions of responsibility in previous socialist executives and who left office to run for the position of High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.But his lack of a license was not the only point that attracted attention. So did his profile, clearly focused on areas such as foreign trade. Born in 1969 ...
The opposition regrets the agreement of ERC and Junts
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The opposition regrets the agreement of ERC and Junts

The pre-agreement announced this Monday by ERC and Junts to repeat a government of independence coalition in the Generalitat chaired by Pere Aragonès has triggered various reactions by the rest of the formations that make up the Parliament. The first to comment has been the PSC candidate and winner of the 14-F elections, Salvador Illa, who has branded the pact of "Attempt to repeat a failure" for Catalunya. The socialist regrets that two parties that have been governing for five years have taken three months to reach a preliminary agreement that he still questions: "Let's see how it ends," he said.Likewise, Illa has announced that, when Laura Borràs begins the round of consultations, he will ...
ERC and Junts reach an agreement in principle to form a coalition government in Catalonia
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ERC and Junts reach an agreement in principle to form a coalition government in Catalonia

The future government of Catalonia is getting closer and closer after ERC Y Together have announced a "principle of agreement" that highlights the investiture of Pere Aragonés and it would allow the formation of a coalition government, thus avoiding the holding of new elections to nine days from the deadline for the automatic calling of elections.This was announced this Monday in a joint statement both pro-independence formations after having reached a preliminary agreement this weekend. The negotiations have been led by the ERC leader and candidate for investiture, Pere Aragonés, and the general secretary of Juntos, Jordi Sánchez. Both are scheduled to appear at a press conference this aftern...
Ana Rosa criticizes the tools that the Government has given to the CCAA: "Pepe Gotera and Otilio, botched at home"
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Ana Rosa criticizes the tools that the Government has given to the CCAA: "Pepe Gotera and Otilio, botched at home"

The presenter of Ana Rosa's program The broadcast began this Wednesday, criticizing the tools that the Government has made available to the autonomous communities to put restrictions that stop the advance of the covid. After six months of state of alarm, the national Executive does not plan to extend it and it has not created any legal network that allows regional presidents to implement a curfew or restrict mobility. "The Government has had a year to have legislation ready after the state of alarm and we only have legal gibberish. The Government ensures that the communities have tools to spare and that everything is phenomenal. However, the courts of the Balearic Islands and Valencia allow re...