The lawyers of Congress, in favor of processing the amnesty because it is not a general pardon
Bolaños speaks with Reynders and defends respect for the parliamentary debate on the amnesty
The new Government of Pedro Sánchez: 22 ministries (five from Sumar) and nine new faces
Sánchez defines the new Government as having a “high political profile” and guarantor of stability
Sánchez’s eight incombustibles. Nadia Calviño (Economy), María Jesús Montero (Treasury and Public Service), Margarita Robles (Defense), Teresa Ribera (Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge), José Manuel Albares (Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation), Félix Bolaños remain in their positions. (Presidency, Justice and Relations with the Courts), Fernando Grande-Marlaska (Interior) and Luis Planas (Agriculture).
Five other ministers remainsome changing portfolios: Yolanda Díaz (Second Vice President and Minister of Labor and Social Economy), Isabel Rodríguez (Housing and Urban Agenda), Pilar Alegría (Education, Vocational Training and Sports and Government spokesperson), Diana Morant (Science, Innovation and Universities) and José Luis Escrivá (Digital Transformation).
Nine new faces: Ana Redondo García (Equality), Ángel Víctor Torres (Territorial Policy), Jordi Hereu (Industry), Óscar Puente (Transport), Ernest Urtasun (Culture), Pablo Bustinduy (Social Rights), Sira Rego (Childhood and Youth), Mónica García (Health) and Elma Sáiz (Social Security).
– ANALYSIS. Sánchez changes some faces but seeks continuity with Bolaños as a key piece.
– PROFILES. EFE has in its line profiles of all the ministers of the new Executive.
– ANALYSIS. The challenges of old and new ministers
The PP affirms that it will make a “relentless” opposition to the “Government of anger”
Belarra appeals to the bases to continue in the transformative fight against Sumar’s servility
Podemos will accentuate its autonomy by not having ministries but it does not clarify whether it will break with Sumar
Montero, Belarra, Garzón and Iceta will be able to earn 5,294 euros per month as former ministers for 2 years
S&P warns that “parliamentary fragmentation” can slow down economic reforms
Sánchez will go to Israel and Palestine on the first international trip after his inauguration
KING JUAN CARLOS
Sanxenxo (Pontevedra) receives King Juan Carlos on his fifth visit to Spain this year
Shakira avoids prison after paying a million-dollar fine and admitting tax fraud
Church demands ‘impartial review’ of Ombudsman’s abuse survey
Fedea and BBVA Research warn of the loss of momentum in job creation
The Prosecutor’s Office, social entities and Data Protection urge a State pact on digital protection for children
Noelia de Mingo accepts a sentence of 33 years of confinement in a psychiatric prison for stabbing two people
Joaquin Phoenix and Ridley Scott surrounded by infantry at the premiere of “Napoleon”
Franganillo will replace Pedro Piqueras in January, who will retire by his own decision
AND THE TOPICS OF EFE…
Cristina Fabré, the Spaniard who leads research on gender violence in the EU.
Spanish researcher Cristina Fabré leads the team that analyzes violence against women throughout the European Union. She is a key figure of the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE), her objective is to collect data that allows us to know the magnitude of this violence to design effective policies to eradicate it. EFE has spoken with her on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. By Violeta Molina Gallardo.
November 24: another ‘black friday’ full of offers, but also online traps
Next November 24 is marked on the calendar as “black Friday”, a date that has already established itself as the starting signal for a period of high consumption as it links with Christmas and the January sales. and it arrives again full of traps in the network of networks.
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