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Spanish politics

The “Red Caliph” goes to heaven

Spanish died-in-the-wool communist Julio Anguita passed away on May 16th, 2020.

Lawsuit against Twitter and new demonstrations announced in Spain

Spanish political party Vox plans to file a lawsuit against Twitter for allowing a hashtag that calls for the assassination of its leader.

Showing the Spanish national flag now illegal?

There are more worrisome news about freedom of speech in Spain.

Valencia in need of better waste management

There’s plenty of room for an improved recycling system in Valencia, and Taipei could serve as an example.

Spanish security forces openly admit to censoring government critics

Freedom of speech is more and more in danger in Spain.

Separatist protest against Spanish military deployed to Pamplona during the current pandemic

Resentments against the central government are strong in some parts of Spain, even in these difficult times.

Alfonso Reyes Cabanas, Spanish sportsman and government critic

Censorship or at least the limitation of free speech is a growing problem in Spain.

First online demonstration in history apparently a big success

A historic event took place yesterday in Spain, where the coronavirus is still ravaging.

Victims of a murderously incompetent government, unite! ADCOVID founded in Spain-

There is a growing willingness in Spain to hold the current left-wing government responsible for their deadly bungling.

An American officer and a Spanish doctor

Both in Europe and the US, people speaking up against their government´s handling of the coronavirus crisis are loosing their jobs.

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