Tomorrow, Wednesday 29th September, Spain enters it’s fifth national strike since democracy, and the first under the rule of ZP. I thought it would be useful to jot down the minimum service levels arranged for Almería, as published this morning in the BOJA:
This is my 1,000th post on my blog. Wow. Those 1,000 posts have generated: 1,290 comments 4 writs (two sent via post; I employ good lawyers!) Quite a few death threats, most from the Galician National Front And quite a few decent chats over a beer Here’s to the next thousand!
Luis Pizarro – no, not the Incan conqueror, the Andalucian Minister of Justice- was in town recently for a ganders at the new county courts, a vast 30,000 m2 building that has been completed on the Ronda in Almería. The Cuidad de Justicia, on which work has now been completed, still has no date for the opening, and Luis refused to be drawn on a date. This follows on, and partly prompted, the whinging from Continue reading Still no date for opening of new county courts→