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Legend has it that the Spanish Socialist Workers Party, since it was led by the Spanish socialist, but not a worker, Don Pedro Sánchez, has launched itself to occupy the institutions without any type of contemplation.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
02 April 2024 Tuesday 04:24
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Let the author come out

Legend has it that the Spanish Socialist Workers Party, since it was led by the Spanish socialist, but not a worker, Don Pedro Sánchez, has launched itself to occupy the institutions without any type of contemplation. I believe several things. The first and fundamental thing is that this legend tells the truth. The second, that it is not the first party nor the first head of government to carry out such an occupation. The third, that this occupying instinct is condemnable, but perhaps inevitable: whoever has power, wants to have everything and will not give those types of gifts to the opposition. And the fourth, that there is no great difference between the different levels of execution: national, regional or local. What happens is that in these last two it is less noticeable.

We are facing something impudent, but with quite a logic of power, especially in systems without effective control mechanisms. Whoever governs in these systems pulls the strings to avoid cracks in his historic mission. If Mr. Núñez Feijóo were the president, he would do the same or something similar; Since he is not yet one, he puts up all the obstacles so that, for example, the Council of the Judiciary does not take over, even if it violates the Constitution. Lest judges obedient to the Executive be appointed.

What is exciting these days is what much published opinion considers an assault on the institution that, although it may seem incredible, had yet to be colonized: Spanish Radio and Television. Apparently, partial control of its council was not enough for the Government, but it needed absolute control. You have to see the maneuvers that were made and the interests that were touched to get Broncano to carry out his Resistance on TVE, combat the power of Pablo Motos on Antena 3 and make everything seem like an accident. Objective accomplished. The task was so meritorious and the result so evident, that I must make a suggestion: since these operations require so much effort and intelligence, we have to know their intellectual author and their physical executor, and much more if it is the same person. The taxpayer has the right to know where talent is hidden. More than anything, because whoever is capable of mounting this conquest of the institutional hills, has to be capable of solving the country's real problems.