Puigdemont and ERC are competing to see who will do the most damage to Spain and win the competition to lead the “anti-Spain” in the next Catalan elections. Meanwhile, Sánchez is presented as the savior of their exile and political oblivion, transforming them into continuous protagonists of the present, to be able to continue one more season residing in La Moncloa and traveling on the Santiago Falcon to La Coruña and vice versa. Junqueras already affirms that “he is ready to return to prison if that is the price to pay to call another referendum” (illegal), reliable proof of the repentance obtained thanks to the pardon and the pending amnesty. The Sánchist candidate Illa describes this reconciliatory attitude as “turning the page”. As the president of the CGPJ pointed out, “an amnesty in exchange for a government between the parties is an unprecedented transaction in the world.” Of course, there is little “mercy” and what there is is a lot of political corruption. The Trial was already on its way to marginality and oblivion, with its protagonists residing in Waterloo and Lledoners, serving their crimes and growing their social detachment. Sánchez recovered them by placing them center stage, in the face of Spain’s discredit within the EU and at all levels. Remember that the current PSOE has 120 deputies in Congress in its parliamentary group in addition to its revered leader, and that it is part of the minority government with the Suma Yolandista, which, after the Galician fiasco, is in a process accelerated and uncontrolled decay. “Adding up” all the different formations that compose it – and the 4 of Podemos – we obtain 31 seats, which with the 121 socialists is still 24 deputies below the absolute majority of the Congress. These votes are provided by ERC and Junts (14) and Bildu and the PNV (11) plus that of the BNG. As we can see, it is a combination in which its members maintain an undisguised mutual dislike in Catalonia and the Basque Country respectively, which, in the face of the next regional elections, adds a factor no less of instability to the plurinational coalition of the populist Sanchist front. Note that the “plurinationality” of the government is not unfounded rhetoric, but that it is brought by the Catalan, Basque and Galician nationalists, all “nationalities” of the Spanish “oppressive” state, to which is added Yolanda’s parliamentary group called “Sumar Plurinational”. group”, so that there is no doubt about it. It is therefore not surprising that this political mix has no plans in favor of the general interest of Spain.

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