Spain’s opposition parties voted to move the remains of dictator Franco out of a state-funded mausoleum
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Wikileaks cables provide a peek into the American view of Equatorial Guinea’s government in recent years: of the terrible corruption, unseemly ruling family, and general embarrassment to know.
The representative democracy has evolved from human development but is not the goal. In fact, at the moment, it is blocking it. It has been transformed into a representative power, a shackle holding us back.
Optimistic, Pessimistic, Trusting and Envious, people make collective decisions based on which of these personality types they fit into
Light at the end of the tunnel for fractured Spanish politics as two parties announce coalition
A look at a few nations that personify the increasingly troubled European democracy project
Podemos and Ciudadanos Parties are set to upend conventional order in latest Spanish elections
Continuation of nation’s economic problems are causing trouble for reformist Podemos Party in Spain
Julio César Guerrero offers some recollections of a different topic, but nevertheless these are fascinating to language lovers and history buffs. Soon too, he will fill us in with the back story of the months of planning for the Caravana43
Pablo Iglesias has been behind Spain’s Podemos Party as it has risen to heights of Spanish power