European justice supports temporality in Spain

Temporary workers receive, in general, compensation when their contracts end. Fixed workers – also in general – receive compensation when they are dismissed. A fixed is a fixed and a temporary is a temporary in the same way that a glass is a glass and a plate is a plate.…

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In the face of a shortage, Britain will allow more doctors to enter

Britain will allow the entry of more immigrants who are doctors or nurses, in order to compensate for the shortage of personnel in their national health system. The number of visas granted annually for that category of professional will increase, the government spokesperson for Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday.…

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The Government arrives at the EU stomping: Spain is back

First meeting of the Government of Pedro Sánchez with his European counterparts. And it comes stomping. The Minister of Energy Transition, Teresa Ribera, has been commissioned to release the European agenda of the new Executive, with a meeting of European Energy managers that is held today in Luxembourg. Upon arrival,…

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What if the EU invited Canada to join its bloc? [ing]

An opportunity delivered on a silver platter. If the US allies UU Take the traditional route, you will lose a historic opportunity. With a little imagination, they could use Trump’s silly mistake to change the game completely. At least, they would substantially improve their best realistic alternative in future conversations…

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Spain, among the EU countries whose citizens distrust more of justice

These figures place Spain as the sixth country of the European Union whose citizens distrust more of the justice, what supposes an improvement of three positions with regard to the previous year. Only Croatia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Italy and Slovenia register worse results. The Spanish judicial system is worse valued among…

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