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Spania

Of course, ordinary people can fight corruption!

The 15MpaRato campaign::
The Bankia case is a good example of how ordinary people can ensure that people in power are held accountable for crimes.

Juicy fines for coronal fractures in Spain

PENALTY::
In Spain, the authorities have the option of imposing hefty fines on citizens who refuse to be vaccinated or oppose restrictions during the pandemic.

Is Spain a terrorist state?

SPAIN::
The country receives sharp international criticism for the police and the Civil Guard's extensive use of torture, which is never prosecuted. Regime rebels are imprisoned for trifles. European accusations and objections are ignored.

The world is out of step

ESSAY::
The world has gone completely off the hook and has been doing it for a long time.

Spain's fascist shadow sites

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Spain's Juan Carlos I was without his own property when he became a monarch in 1975. In 2012 his wealth was estimated at 1800 million euros. Where does all the money come from?

Heading for a new Northern Ireland?

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The battle for Catalonia could be the start of an insoluble conflict. 

Spain's anarchist roots

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Spain's anarchist history can explain why anarchist underground movements are strong in the country. Classic anarchists also inspire alternative social organization.

Catalan separatists and anarchists are still fighting

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One year after the referendum in Barcelona, ​​100 people are still fighting for a future republic. Ny Tid recently met a leading separatist and asks him why.

Rebirth of a "lost" Spanish classic


Jaime Chávarri: The Disenchantment (El desencanto)

An indirect but revealing portrait of Spain in a painful transition period.

A violent solution 

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Already weeks before the referendum on Catalonia's secession, Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy began to show muscle. On Catalan National Day 11. in September he declared that he would do "everything" to stop it.

Post-Francoic stress syndrome


Javier Marías: Thus Bad Begins Translated by Margaret Jull CostaHamish

Nobel laureate Javier Marías writes strongly about Spain in the years following Franco.