Imserso travels sink in Catalonia: 80% of the seats remain unsold

The political crisis in Catalonia is taking its toll on its main economic activity. The political tension linked to the independence challenge has caused a slowdown in the tourism business in the region, and especially in Barcelona, since the holding of the 1-O referendum, as the tourist companies and the…

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Cornellà is not like Catalunya

Cornellà is part of Spanish Catalonia, a land strongly Castilianized, colonized, assimilated, largely, to Spain and Olé, where the living Catalan speakers are minority and sometimes invisible, remote, a land where the vast majority are immigrants or children of immigrants and live exclusively, in isolation, in Spanish.

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Article 155 lands in the conflict of the Sijena Estate

The new holder of the Court of First Instance No. 1 of Huesca has relied on the application of Article 155 in Catalonia to require the Minister of Culture, Íñigo Méndez de Vigo, to enable the return of the assets of Sijena that remain deposited in the Museum from Lleida.…

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Spinning a ‘fake’ DUI

The deception to which we have been subjected is becoming clearer, the unforgivable of an irresponsible game that has created extraordinary damages that are difficult to repair, the complicity of the media and the lack of popular demand for responsibilities.

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“We were not prepared for independence”

These last two days several members of the dismissed government of the Generalitat have said aloud that they were not prepared for independence. I emphasize the “out loud”, because I think it is necessary to highlight the absurdity of this whole issue. For two years, the government of the Generalitat…

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Friends forever, amics per semper of El Intermedio

“I need to talk, I’m tired of living a soap opera.” The Catalan independence movement. A video tribute to Los Manolos and his song, with a message of concord. It is not bad that the humor of El Intermedio and its presenters say what politicians forget. Among the many messages,…

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It’s not the tanks, it’s the banks

The economic sector has voted in the process of independence initiated in Catalonia. The experience of other European states shows how democracy is suspended when markets call to order

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