Cosas de Financial Times:
“… There has not been a majority administration since before the general election of 2015. Even by these standards, the government is painfully weak, with 84 parliamentary seats out of 350. Mr Sánchez is reliant on an informal coalition to govern, including Podemos and a clutch of disparate smaller regional parties, including conservative Basque nationalists and two pro-independence Catalan parties.
Finding common ground is difficult, particularly when the Catalan parties demand a binding referendum on independence, something that is legally impossible under the current constitution and would be unpopular elsewhere. Mr Sánchez’s main opponents, the PP and Ciudadanos, try to obstruct his agenda at every turn, hoping that his tenure will be a failure and they can capitalise in the next elections, set for 2020…” Financial Times, 23 octubre 2018, Michael Stothard, Spain’s economic plans at the mercy of precarious politics.
Las negritas son mías.
Dicho de otro modo: precariedad e incertidumbre, acompañadas de un duelo a garrotazos permanente que cada cual quiere “capitalizar”.
“.. a merced..”. “Sin salario conocido, a voluntad de un señor o amo”.
“.. a merced de..”. “Dependiendo de una voluntad o fuerza ajenas”.
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