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  • La Rep?blica
    Daily Newspaper of the Spanish Republic
    Sunday, 26th April 2009

    Congress of Deputies to vote shareholding limit for foreigners on Spanish companies

    Article by Juli?n Medina

    Madrid - On Monday, the Congress of Deputies is going to vote, and surely approve, Izquierda Republicana's proposal to set a limit on the percentage of stocks that any foreigner can have on a Spanish company without special government permission. If Izquierda Republicana's proposal succeeds, from May onwards, no foreigner will be able to own more than 30% stocks of a Spanish company.

    This proposal has been severally criticized by the Spanish right-wing politicians, and especially by Acci?n Popular, which his President, Mariano Rajoy, has defined as "pure and hard, Soviet worthy demagoguery". The Communist Party has criticized Rajoy for his words and asked him to retract from his comment. The probabilities of this proposal being approved are very high, as both Izquierda Republicana and the Socialist Party, who together have 51,7% of the Congress' deputies, support it. The proposal was well-received by the Madrid Stock Exchange when it was announced last Friday, as the Ibex-40 Index rose 212 points.



  • La Rep?blica
    Daily Newspaper of the Spanish Republic
    Tuesday, 5th May 2009

    Gro?deutscher Chancellor Robert Mainzer, to assist to Victory Day celebrations at Madrid

    Article by Juli?n Medina

    Madrid - Today, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced that the Gro?deutscher Chancellor, Robert mainzer, has accepted an invitation by the Spanish government to assist to the 64th aniversary of Victory Day at the Spanish-Gro?deutscher War on May 9th. The Gro?deutscher Chancellor, along with Spanish Prime Minister Rodrigo Zerezuela, will attend this Saturday to the 64th celebration of Victory Day at Madrid. The celebration will consist of a joint Spanish and Gro?deutscher military parade at the Avenida de la Rep?blica, and at night, a dinner at the Palacio del Pardo with the ambassadors of the European countries.



  • La Rep?blica
    Daily Newspaper of the Spanish Republic
    Sunday, 10th May 2009

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    Victory Day celebrations in Madrid

    Article by Juli?n Medina

    Madrid - Yesterday, Spain celebrated its Victory Day, in remembrance of the victory of the republican army's victory over the Grossdeutscher invader in May 9th, 1945. The military parade celebrated yesterday in Madrid to remember the liberation of the nation was attended by the Chancellor of the Gro?deutsches Reich, Robert Mainzer, who had been asked to participate.

    The parade started at 11:00 at the Avenida de la Rep?blica, with soldiers from the Gro?deutsches Reich taking part in it, and ended at 12:30 with the raising of the flag at Plaza the Col?n. After the parade, Robert Mainzer and Prime Minister Zerezuela had a bilateral meeting at the Moncloa Palace. When the meeting ended, both leaders attended to a dinner at Palaceio del Pardo with the ambassadors at Madrid.



  • La Rep?blica
    Daily Newspaper of the Spanish Republic
    Tuesday, 6th October 2009

    Controversy on Catalonian and Balearic Islands low budget causes rise of Catalan Pro-Independence organisations

    Article by Juli?n Medina

    Madrid - For the last three years, Catalonia's and Balearic Islands' low budget, which is beneath the national average, has had a side effect: Catalan Independentism, which had reached historic near 0 level of support from population in 2000, has risen in Catalonia and the Balearic Islands and now enjoys the support of nearly the 36% of the population of those communities. Among the effects of this rise of support for independentism is a boom in support for independentist parties like Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya which has entered a new golden age and now enjoys being the second political force in the Catalonian Parliament behind Izquierda Republicana.



  • La Rep?blica
    Daily Newspaper of the Spanish Republic
    Thursday, 26th November 2009

    Military seize Spanish government!

    Article by Juli?n Medina

    Madrid - This morning, the Spanish people was awaken by the sound of the Challenger IIs roaming through the streets of all major Spanish cities. A general military uprising had begun, led by Admiral Cernuda at Ferrol, Galicia, and by Army General Joaqu?n Villar in Madrid. The military have quickly taken over the capital city, Madrid, as well as the cities of Seville, A Coru?a, Zaragoza, Burgos, Denia and Santander.



  • La Rep?blica
    Daily Newspaper of the Spanish Republic
    Tuesday, 23rd February 2010

    Riots in Barcelona!

    Article by Juli?n Medina

    Barcelona - For the last two days, the city of Barcelona has been under martial law because of the several riots instigated by the POUM (Partido Obrero de Unificaci?n Marxista, Worker's Marxist Unification Party) against the Military Junta led by General Villar. As of today, several hundred have been killed by the Assault Guards, tha urban police, and several other have been injuried. In the fighting along the streets, several rioters were taken into the Gro?deutscher consulate by some consulate staff members and were given food and water. When the Assault Guard colonel in front of the Barcelona forces knew of this ordered the consulate to be fenced. The government has told the grossdeutscher government to deliver the rioters to their forces and have threatened with the use of force.

    The Gro?deutscher chancellor, Robert Mainzer, has said they're not going to release the rioters and has announced that a Kriegsmarine destroyer, the Ludwig Salvator, and a troop transport ship, the Hindenburg, will be deployed in front of Barcelona to be a disuasory measure against the Assault Guards and the Spanish Government.



  • La Rep?blica
    Daily Newspaper of the Spanish Republic
    Sunday, 4th April 2010

    Borders closed by government decree

    Article by Felipe Peces

    Madrid - The spokesman of the Military Junta, Enrique Cobo, has announced that the government has approved a decree that enforces the closing of all Spanish international borders. Mr Cobo has said all Spanish citizens abroad will have 7 days to return to the country before borders are closed. Due to this announcement, several foreign companies working in the country have announced they're leaving the Spanish market. The closing of the borders comes two weeks after the declaration of war on Germany, Russia and Italy. It's also been announced that the internet will be shut down, something which has led to massive public outcry against the government. In a similar isolationist move the Spanish representor at the European Council has been recalled back to Madrid.


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