Protests and political dramas are a sign of what is to come for Spain post-Covid 19
The latest spectacles to replace an everlasting stream chat shows on Spanish television are protests. These protests are taking place in one of Europe’s richest neighbourhoods. The Salamanca district in the centre of Madrid. Throughout the week various numbers of Spaniards have taken to the neighbourhood’s streets during the allotted exercise time, but they haveContinue reading “When the Posh came to Protest”
Regional politics in a time of pandemic
The European Union will not survive coronavirus unless it evolves. To do that it must break its own rules
Has the government been saved from its citizens’ anger by letting them out for walk? Will the Popular Party save the coalition government or damn the country to chaos? As someone with a dog I have been out every other day in the last 7 weeks. So I never had the overly euphoric experience ofContinue reading “Pedro Releases The Pressure”
Find out why madrileños celebrate this day and how it forms part of the city’s rebellious nature.