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“The horses taught me that I had the right to live”
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“The horses taught me that I had the right to live”

It was at Visionpure, the first horse-guided personal development center, also a place for training practitioners, located in the Vexin natural park, in the Paris region, that Amélie met me. Nothing to do with an equestrian center or a place of care. Fields as far as the eye can see, tall trees, birdsong and, of course, horses. They live in freedom, they are the lords of the place. I am welcomed by Eva Reifler, founder of the center. She slips away very quickly so that Amélie and I can exchange freely. As we sit comfortably on a sofa by the fireplace, Amélie tells me how she found her way to Visionpure. “It was in December 2013, three months after a suicide attempt, several hospitalizations in psychiatry and years of classic psychotherapy. I was looking for an alternat...
Moncloa denies a "hypothetical crisis" while Minister Ribera talks about "new stage" in government
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Moncloa denies a "hypothetical crisis" while Minister Ribera talks about "new stage" in government

The information about a crisis in the Pedro Sánchez Executive and the remodeling of the Government team have intensified in the last hours and after the various news published in recent days on this matter, Moncloa has come out with a statement denying a " hypothetical crisis ", although it does not close the door to changes which, in any case, he stresses, correspond to the president.In a letter sent from the Secretary of State for Communication, Moncloa alleges that the president is focused on fight the pandemic, overcoming the economic crisis and on the agenda of the reunion with Catalonia, but not in a hypothetical government crisis. However, he has not denied that changes wil...
The Government will extend the Vital Minimum to families with children: this is the money and the number of families benefited
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The Government will extend the Vital Minimum to families with children: this is the money and the number of families benefited

The Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, Jose Luis Escrivá, explained this Thursday that his department is preparing a complement to the Minimum Living Income (IMV) of about 50 euros per child from which, according to the forecasts of his team, around 500,000 children will benefit.During his visit to a 'Save de Children' center in the Vallecas neighborhood of Madrid, Escrivá has previously indicated to the media that the Government wants to "take advantage of" the process of processing the IMV as law, which is currently in Congress, in order to "make various adjustments to the standard" and has rated this supplement as the "most important" of these measures. He ex...
This is what is known about the profound tax reform that the Government plans tax by tax
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This is what is known about the profound tax reform that the Government plans tax by tax

The Government plans to launch a comprehensive tax reform in 2023 that adapts tax regulations to the digitized economy, eliminates ineffective tax benefits, improves the progressiveness of the system and, above all, increases revenues, but what do we know about this tax reform?As noted in the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, the Government has created a Committee of Experts for Tax Reform that will prepare and present, in February 2022, a White Paper of proposals that the Executive will take into account for its reform.Thus, the calendar foresees reviewing the recommendations of the experts and approve the measures throughout 2022 to implement them in 2023, although the Minister of...
The Government approves a loan of 5 million for the communities that take in migrant minors from Ceuta
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The Government approves a loan of 5 million for the communities that take in migrant minors from Ceuta

The Government will approve this Tuesday, May 25, in the Council of Ministers, an extraordinary credit of 5 million euros for the autonomous communities that take in unaccompanied migrant minors from Ceuta, face the expenses derived from this situation, sources from the Ministry of Social Rights have informed Europa Press.The same sources have specified that Government and CC AA will agree this Tuesday in the Territorial Council of Social Services the distribution of those 5 million euros depending on the unaccompanied migrant minors from Ceuta that each community receives.This will be agreed this Tuesday during an extraordinary meeting of the Plenary of the Territorial Council of Social Servic...
Keys to the first climate change law in Spain: goodbye to polluting cars and hydrocarbons
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Keys to the first climate change law in Spain: goodbye to polluting cars and hydrocarbons

The Plenary of the Congress of Deputies has approved this Thursday the first Law of Climate Change and Energy Transition of Spain with a large majority of parliamentary groups, the abstention of the PP and More Country and the vote against Vox.The text was approved with full legislative competence in the Commission for the Ecological Transition of the Congress of Deputies from where it was referred to the Senate in early April. There, five amendments have been incorporated, so the bill returned this Thursday for its final debate in the plenary session of the Lower House. The standard is developed through 36 articles and more than twenty provisions after a long preamble in which it...
The ‘Component 18’, the weapon that Health prepares to tackle future pandemics
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The ‘Component 18’, the weapon that Health prepares to tackle future pandemics

The Minister of Health, Carolina Darias, presented last Tuesday the 'Component 18' plan, a tool with which the Government intends tackle future global pandemics so that the current situation caused by covid-19 is not repeated. "The coronavirus pandemic has revealed the strengths of the SNS, but also its weaknesses, so this is a fantastic opportunity to improve them," said Darias.The so-called 'Component 18' is a set of actions to reinforce and expand the capacities of the National Health System (SNS) and create a "European Union for Health" and will be carried out thanks to the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, in charge of guiding the execution of European funds until 2023.How muc...
International Nursing Day
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International Nursing Day

International Nursing Day It is celebrated on May 12 on the occasion of the birth of Florence Nightingale (1820-1910). A celebration, today, with a more relevant meaning, if possible. The pandemic has shown us the importance of protecting public services, a column in the architecture of the social state.Citizens know the importance of public health. The vocation of public servants is unquestionable, not only now but throughout its history. But, certainly, this pandemic has made public health under-endowed in human and economic resources, whose equality decreases of opportunities among citizens. The why? It's obvious.They have managed, without resources, so that people did not die alone an...
Sánchez leaves the tax reform that he commissioned to the experts for 2023 but will raise taxes before the report
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Sánchez leaves the tax reform that he commissioned to the experts for 2023 but will raise taxes before the report

Government will not approve the in-depth tax reform entrusted to the experts until the first quarter of 2023, which will assess both direct and indirect taxation, environmental taxation or taxes on wealth, as contained in the tax component included in the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan sent to Brussels. Nevertheless, some tax changes will be incorporated sooner, such as the creation of taxes on plastics and waste, which will be sent to the Courts in the second quarter of 2021 to come into force in the third quarter, and in the first quarter of 2022 the registration and circulation taxes.Likewise, in the second quarter of 2022 the reform of the Tax on Fluorinated gase...
The Government proposes to Brussels to raise the price of diesel by the end of 2022
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The Government proposes to Brussels to raise the price of diesel by the end of 2022

The Government plans to establish a series of environmental taxation measures in the coming years, including eliminate the diesel bonus to match its taxation with that of gasoline and reviewing the taxation of the air sector to act on its emissions, among others. This is reflected in the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan sent by the Executive last Friday to the European Commission and published in its entirety this Wednesday. In component 28 of the Plan, under the title 'Adaptation of the tax system to the reality of the 21st century', The Government includes a series of environmental tax measures with which to encourage more efficient behaviors in the energy and enviro...