The Council of Europe considers the situation caused by the blockade of the CGPJ in Spain “critical”

Of the 11 recommendations of the Council of Europe Group of States against Corruption (GRECO), Spain Satisfactorily fulfills seven, while partially doing so only in three. The eleventh, however, relating to the election of the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ), which has raised so many concerns and warnings for months in Brussels, is still… Continue reading The Council of Europe considers the situation caused by the blockade of the CGPJ in Spain “critical”

Corinna claims she feared “being physically eliminated”

With identical arguments to those used in her lawsuit for harassment against King Juan Carlos, Corinna Larsen recounts in the fifth chapter of the podcast corinna and the king a series of episodes with which he tries to attribute to the previous head of state, already abdicated, an erratic attitude by which from one day… Continue reading Corinna claims she feared “being physically eliminated”

Russia warns of a possible start of World War III after the Ukraine-Belgium pact

A gesture of Belgium with Ukraine has stirred up Russia in such a way that it speaks bluntly that it can lead to a Third World war. The initiative so badly received by the kremlin is the pact signed last Saturday by the Belgian Prime Minister, Alexander deCroo, and the Ukrainian president, Volodimir Zelensky, in… Continue reading Russia warns of a possible start of World War III after the Ukraine-Belgium pact

The end of China’s zero covid policy could unleash chaos

Not all companies have had a hard time in China during the covid zero policy. Andon Health, a Shenzhen-listed company that makes covid tests and medical devices, for example, posted a 32,000% increase in its net profit during the third quarter of the year compared to the same period in 2021, as it produces test… Continue reading The end of China’s zero covid policy could unleash chaos

The tax on fortunes, by Editorial

With the temporary solidarity tax for the great fortunes, already approved by Congress, President Sánchez achieves a triple objective: to satisfy the most radical wing of his coalition government, to send the electoral message that the richest contribute to well-being of the poorest, in these difficult times caused by the war in Ukraine, and annul,… Continue reading The tax on fortunes, by Editorial

Tricile lowers the curtain at the Liceu between emotions and laughter

Bring down the curtain for good with a full Liceu and the public standing. That is the image that the people of Barcelona will take away Joan Gràcia (1957), Paco Mir (1957) and Carles Sans (1955) in its last performance as Tricicle this Sunday December 4th. It has been a night full of emotions and… Continue reading Tricile lowers the curtain at the Liceu between emotions and laughter

The British Government studies using the Army in the face of transport strikes

The Chairman of the British Conservative Party, Nadhim Zahawihas affirmed this Sunday that the Government is considering deploying military personnel in response to the planned strikes for the coming weeks that could affect key sectors such as the transportation. Zahawi has explained that the military could “drive ambulances”work in border management or in the health… Continue reading The British Government studies using the Army in the face of transport strikes

Dominique Lapierre, famous best-selling writer, dies

The French writer Dominique Lapierre, author of several best sellers, has died at the age of 91, as confirmed by his wife Aliette Spitzer to the French media. The death occurred last Friday in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, where the writer lived, in the town of Ramatuelle. One of his best known works was The… Continue reading Dominique Lapierre, famous best-selling writer, dies

The World Cup stages the (almost) definitive acceptance of Qatar in the region

The opening ceremony of the World Cup in Qatar gave away an image for history. three arab leaders sitting sideways they were the protagonists of a snapshot unimaginable less than two years ago. the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salmanand the President of Egypt Abdelfatá el Sisipromoters of blockade to qatarnow they applaud… Continue reading The World Cup stages the (almost) definitive acceptance of Qatar in the region