Far right nationalist party Alternativa Española, whose leader is Rafael López-Diéguez (grandson of Blas Piñar, the noted Fascist, good friend of Franco and founder of the Spanish National Front) won only 0,13% of the vote (19.678 people voted for them) proving again that Spanish are far more tolerant than the “up northerns” who voted for the BNP dimwits. The peculiar thing, that I can’t get my head around, is that they had the support of Continue reading AES fails to win a seat→
For the interested, you can drill down by province or municipality here: http://www.elpais.com/especial/elecciones-europeas/resultados/espana/andalucia/almeria/335
Courtesy of South of Watford I’ve been made aware of this website: http://www.euprofiler.eu/ For some reason, its recommended I vote for Coalición Canaria, but when switching to UK results I’m a blue blooded Conservative. Good job I’m not German – nowhere near anybody.
Oh, it’s a form letter. Thought he’d finally seen sense and called upon me to help him through the next economic crisis. Something about an election. Is there an election soon? It’s in English, which is nice, and on about ole “strong chin” himself, Juan Fernando López Aguilar, the PSOE socialist candidate to the European Parliament, a man whose chin puts Arnie himself in the shade. As spotted by the PSOE website designer who did Continue reading A letter arrives from Mr Zapatero…→
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/8050768.stm The European Parliament has called on Spain to reform planning laws that have allowed developers to acquire private land below market rates and forced homeowners from their properties, with some even having their homes demolished. But the conflict raises questions about how much power MEPs actually have, the BBC’s Stephen Chittenden says.
Just driven through Turre and saw a lot of elderly people putting up PSOE signs on all the streetlights. Two hours early, but hey. The local police didn’t seem to mind, so why should I?
Over at the homepage of the E.U., where they are twittering on about some election to the troughs of Brussels, there is a poll. The elections are next month. How much debate is there about them in your country? Plenty! I hear about little else. Some. I am starting to see more now Not nearly enough! More is needed What elections? Ignoring the fact that the questions sounds like it was posed for 6 year Continue reading EU election poll→