The Spain That Could Have Been and Was Not Allowed to Be
The Second Spanish Republic gave more importance to teachers than to the military, to intellectuals than to priests, to the underprivileged classes than to the privileged. That is why they destroyed it. That is why today they continue to destroy its memory
Slaughter of 1,800 Calves on a Ship Docked in Spain Sparks Criticism in Europe
It is the second time in less than a month that a cargo ship rejected by Turkey docks in Cartagena with animals in terrible conditions. The Ministry of Agriculture did not allow MEP Anja Hazekamp to enter the port to witness the proper execution of the cattle
What's Behind Cañada Real?
A person has frozen to death in the largest shantytown in Spain. More than 4,000 people, including 1,800 children, are freezing. The regional governor of Madrid calls them criminals and the electricity company is not providing supply. Urban planning interests surround the situation
Ilaria Capua: "Spain is Paying a High Price for its Government's Lack of Scientific Knowledge"
Ilaria Capua is an Italian vet and a specialist in health management. She believes that there's an urgent need for vets and doctors to work together, especially in the pandemic, as there are diseases that affect both humans and animals.
Reconciling with Fascism
There is a lack of pedagogy and democratic training in key environments. Some sectors believe that both sides are comparable, placing the democrats and the fascists on the same level. There is no pending reconciliation with fascism, because with fascism, no democratic society should be reconciled