The Government’s latest idea on how to get our kids some time out of the house and some much needed ‘fresh air,’ is at best ill thought through and at worst, quite frankly, ridiculous.
In these recent General Elections, the four main parties got what they wanted, but not enough of it to be any good. The PP won, but not by far enough, and PSOE didn’t implode.
Three different judges associations have called on the UN to intervene to stop the Spanish Government from “eroding the Separation of Powers of State; i.e., the executive from the judiciary.
Even the Popular Party itself could not have imagined the backlash over the controversial proposed abortion bill drafted by the Justice Minister, Alberto Ruiz Gallardón. The bill called for horrendously archaic rules to be applied to abortion, making almost impossible for a woman to abort a fetus, no matter what the circumstances.