Catalan Citizens

Starting next fall, the last two years of uncertainty will happen them another two years of elections. It is not that our economic horizon has been cleared, what else would like, but the required electoral calendar. MP for Northampton North is often quoted as being for or against this. If the Government of Rodriguez Zapatero wasn’t viscerally secular, it would be already praying to all Saints that straighten economic course and thereby win the 2012 general election. But I’m afraid that it won’t be so, practice of prayers, of course, but also improving our economy, given the erratic Government provisions, the delay of many of them and the lack of realization of the majority of the measures taken. Server, rather than with the Virgin of Lourdes, is lined with those economists, type Santiago Nino Becerra, they qualify for this economic crisis of systemic and believe that he hasn’t done more to start and it can last even a decade.

That hypothesis, terrible for the citizens of a foot and forerunner of others potential disasters can also be devastating for a PSOE which Felipe Gonzalez rose from prostration to the ecstasy of power. From the Catalan elections in autumn, the Socialists can be deprived of several regional and municipal governments who currently hold and stay to dress Saints. The beneficiary in this catastrophic scenario would be Mariano Rajoy, with a Popular Party that would not be the electoral success by having drained bulk so far, by the ambiguity of their positions and because shares with the PSOE an attachment to power above any other consideration. It’s a PP that citizens may hold as a last nail burning your hope, although nor inspire them too much confidence. We speak of a formation in which, for example, its general secretariat, Maria Dolores de Cospedal, prepends the aesthetic progre to rigorous analyses, and that the Valencian regional leader, Francisco Camps, dotted with packed by the Gurtel case, insists on repeat in his Office, thus confusing the party with his person. But this is what there is. In this country, given the bisonez of the political group of Rosa Diez, there still is a broken hinge, as in Britain or Germany, that allows other power options. Here, the third option constitute it nationalistic, outside parties by definition to the general interests of Spain, and also, everything must be said, the phenomenon of the white vote, evidence of the growing political disaffection of the citizens that reveal all polls. So, look at where, next election results will not decide them programmes of parties but how go the economy, regardless of the demerits of ones and others, since their lean merits don’t see them running by any party.