Cosas de Goya, el Economist y mías.
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Tres meses de garrotazos a izquierda (s) y derecha (s).
Cuando España necesitaba y necesita reformas de fondo (economía menos precaria y volátil, recortar las deudas, financiación “autonómica”, Cataluña, etcétera):
“It is almost three months since an election gave Pedro Sánchez, the Socialist prime minister, victory but left him well short of a majority in a fragmented parliament. Spaniards have watched Danes and Greeks swiftly form new governments after more recent votes. No such luck for them. After weeks of stasis and then haggling, only in a debate starting on July 22nd will Mr Sánchez seek the approval of parliament to form a government. [ .. ] To consolidate Spain’s slowly fading economic recovery, tackle the social scars of its previous slump and contain Catalan separatism will be hard. It would require reforms of the labour market, education and training and regional financing, as well as deficit-cutting. [ .. ] Spain’s politicians are still struggling to adapt to change. Since democracy was restored in 1977 it has never had a coalition government. But under the strain of slump and separatism, the old two-party system has splintered. The top dogs are all young and inexperienced; at 47, Mr Sánchez is the oldest of the national leaders. Nevertheless, Spaniards will be fed up if they fail to give the country a government before they head for the beaches next month…”. Economist, 18 Julio 2019, Spain stumbles towards a government.
Las negritas son mías.
La historia reciente comenzó así:
Capítulo reciente de una historia castiza:
Historia visual que NO cuentan los medios de com. e incomunicación de masas. Penúltimo capítulo de la historia visual de España y los Españoles, cuya matriz sigue siendo Goya, siempre: