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where does the day go
Yesterday was the day that Margarita Robles was going to explain to us something about the spy crisis that was starting to affect the independence movement and ultimately endangering national security. But Margarita Robles appeared in Congress say nothing and spread reproaches under the pretext of official secrecy: “I would like to be able to tell him, but at the moment I don’t want to commit a crime,” he said with the help of the PP, who headed the parliamentary commission. and cut off the intentions of other parties who wanted to ask about Pegasus.
and poison. When there is a crisis and there is secrecy, various interested versions, leaks and rumors immediately pop up, a very toxic combination for the balance of power in governments. In the absence of an explanation, Robles is already internally playing his cards to accuse Presidency Minister Felix Bolaños of browning. Ivan Redondo is also involved in this hidden war. Up to three elDiario.es journalists will tell you all the details in this comprehensive behind-the-scenes chronicle.
justice is blindbut judges read newspapers. Maybe that’s why a judge in Barcelona is now ordering cell phone checks Roger Torrent and Ernest Maragall, whose infection was already known a year and a half ago.
Go Careto. By the way, today we tell you that prior to Pegasus, there was similar software, partly written in Spanish. His name was Kareto, and he was widely used for espionage in Morocco.
The labor reform, yes, the one approved by Yolanda Diaz, without the support of the ERC and with the erroneous vote of the PP, is causing a buzz in the labor market. After 40 years with a systemic problem temporary work this law really solves it: half of the contracts in April were open-ended. It used to be 1 out of 10. Look at this graph.
Here you have much more information. It’s not just that better jobs are being created since the pandemic crisis, but that for the first time, the 20 million people connected to the social security system have been surpassed.
when will it end
European Union proposes to cut off Russian oil in Europe within six months. In those times we are in a war that stagnates. In the meantime, we are getting news from Ukraine about how the Russians are taking Steel Plant. This is such slow progress.
So today on podcast we are looking for answers: how long will this last?
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in today’s chapter
Details. When I finish a series, even if it’s old, I like to dive into the forums that comment on it. I finished Fringe, the series that JJ Abrams left Lost to create a mix of paranormal and sci-fi. A lot has been written about Fringe, which ended 9 years ago. I enjoyed discovering what was behind the detail you would remember if you saw it: the x-rays that served as chapter dividers. It turns out that they made up a code with hidden words related to the content of each series. Up there, I leave you a riddle.
heart plug. It’s one of those shows that doesn’t get much promotion from Netflix or a big audience, but ends up getting applause. Heartstopper is a series about teenagers that doesn’t overdo fatalism or excesses, but rather recreate life and sexual awakening. In this case, gay. From Owen Jones at The Guardian to colleagues at elDiario.es, there is a majority opinion: “I wish I could see her at that age.”
Nobody lives here. Researcher from the Autonomous University of Madrid, Maria Llinares, has dedicated herself to studying how the successful TV series Aquí no hay hay que viva / La que se avecina gives us clues to the social and political situation at the time of its release. broadcast, from 2003 to today, from bubble to instability, traveling through the economic crisis. Here he makes a summary with some interesting details, to see if he will be encouraged to share something else.
Well, let’s see what happens today. I’ll tell you tomorrow.
about this blog
“Al día” and “Un tema al día” are Newsletter and podcast elDiario.es to keep you up to date with the latest news every morning. With Juanlu Sanchez, deputy director of eldiario.es, and with the participation of the entire news department.
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