Carlos Alsina, director and presenter of Más de Uno, analyzed the government’s proposal to get Junts’ yes to change the law on judicial procedure. “This morning, I admire the connection between the president and. In 2020, he explained that what the Government of Rajoy has done to limit the deadlines for judicial investigations opens spaces of impunity and that it harms the instructions of judicial.”
He pointed out that Pero Sánchez in 2024 is about opening spaces of impunity and implementing a reform that he thinks opens spaces for impunity. “We must praise the attachment of the President to the government; regardless of whether one agrees or opposes, the whole scene surrounding the way in which things are done exceeds all limits.”
“The amnesty was reached because of the need to achieve parliamentary stability.”
The reporter added that “the scene of changing laws and changing penal codes, changing things just to give Puigdemont amnesty, is a situation I would say is Martian.” “Amnesty does not enjoy social or instrumental consensus; it meets the need to achieve parliamentary stability. He wants to make sure that amnesty is allowed because otherwise there will be no legislature,” he said.
“I don’t see much of the trajectory of the Eurovision song controversy.”
For Alsina, Nebulossa’s song ‘Zorra’ sounds like an Alaskan song, and she describes it as a bit ’80s. It is not possible to see most of the way through the controversy. “We appropriated it, but to change it,” he said. “The feminist movement believes that what to do is to trivialize,” she added.