The new EU climate plan divides politicians: more ambition or defend technological neutrality

The European Commission has just presented its legislative package ‘Fit for 55’ in which it increases its emission reduction targets to 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels, compared to the previous 40%. A plan that has divided parliamentary groups in the webinar ‘The legislative package Fit for 55 under debate‘ organized by ECODES Y

The Government avoids expressly qualifying Cuba as a dictatorship

Isabel Rodríguez, the new spokeswoman for the Executive, has avoided using the qualifier dictatorship when she has been questioned in the Council of Ministers. Isabel Rodrguez, the new Government spokesperson, after the Council of Ministers on Tuesday.BallesterosEfe The outbreak of the crisis social in Castro’s Cuba, With spontaneous street protests against the Government, it has

United We can criticize the charges after the march by Samuel and the Delegation justifies them due to the risk of "barricades"

The charges with which the National Police dissolved the concentration on Calle Princesa in Madrid on Monday night in protest of the homophobic murder of Samuel Luiz threaten to open a new clash within the coalition Government and in the relationship of the Executive with its partners. United We can have criticized the police action

Isa Serra clings to the new ethical code of Podemos so as not to resign from his organic positions

A “qualification” in the document allows convicted persons not to resign from their posts if there is a context of “judicial harassment with political intentions” The spokesperson for Podemos, Isa Serra, this Monday.EFE A “nuance” in the ethical code of Podemos approved less than a month ago allows the party’s national spokesperson, Isa Serra, not

The Government today approves the first part of the pension reform as tension grows over the ‘baby boomers’

The first part of the pension reform is underway. This Tuesday, the Council of Ministers will approve the start of its processing after the pact signed between the Government, employers and unions last week with great solemnity, an agreement that will guarantee, among other things, the annual revaluation by law of pensions with the CPI

Two thirds of Spaniards fear a spike in infections in the summer

Almost 40% of PSOE voters and a majority of PP voters reject the removal of the masks VICENTE COLL Madrid Updated Monday, July 5, 2021 – 22:37 Direct Coronavirus crisis P&R Immune or not? How much does the entire vaccine regimen actually protect? After the end of the course, already in the summer, enjoying the

Díaz and the unions press Sánchez to raise the minimum wage: "Let us have the same courage as with pardons"

The negotiation within the Executive for the eventual increase in the interprofessional minimum wage remains unresolved and Unidos Podemos and the unions have decided to increase the pressure on the PSOE to agree to carry out this increase. This Monday, the third vice president of the Government, Yolanda Díaz, asked President Pedro Sánchez to have

Carme Forcadell rejects the unilateral route and does not rule out that the Government accepts a referendum in Catalonia

The former president of the Parliament considers that the independence strategy of four years ago “created a lot of frustration and pain” and now it will be worse due to “the rearmament of the right and the extreme right” Former Speaker of Parliament Carme Forcadell.EFE Carme Forcadell joins the voices of the Catalan independence movement