14 Burst results for "Mariana Hoy"

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"That's another extension can be agreed. Now lost time that this prospect was looming MP's in parliament voted that the UK should not leave without a deal and Theresa May agreed to that. But there's no reason why a future lead. It would have to be bound by that say the default would be that we would leave with. Out a deal. And certainly, if you had an arch brick ten light Boris don't Mike Dominic Robb, another former Brexit secretary who has already made it clear that he's happy to leave without a deal that prospect, does now much much more likely. And they're all ready senior ministers, who are arguing in cabinet. They should be getting on with it. Now when you be making the preparations where no deal Brexit, the gang onto WTO terms, and then negotiating trade arrangements with the EU from outside, which is what people voted for any three years ago now new three years ago heavens about CARA walk. Thank you very much time saving. You're listening to the daily from monocle twenty four. Now from Britain's parliament to Spain's whether it was a somewhat unusual. Cited the opening of the newly elected parliament five elected Catalan separatists with there's nothing particularly remarkable about that you might think even the last few years, but they run a very, very short term release from prison. In order to be there. They were out long enough to be sworn in and then sent back to jail. Well, let's get more now for make Bernhardt his freelance journalist based in Barcelona. Make these these Catalan politicians had a police accompaniment. How do they end up being temporarily released in this way? So that the five Catalan separatists including the former regional vice presidents Royal don't get us. Were basically two years ago almost two years ago in twenty seventeen put into preventative custody for having organized, the kettle on independence, referendum back in twenty seventeen. And during the April twenty eighth elections they ran for several parliamentary positions. And in fact, were were elected and Spain's constitutional or Spain's courts ruled that they would be allowed to be released as you say temporarily from jail to accept their posts yet. They had to return back to jail as, as the trial of, of the debt independence. Referendum is ongoing. So it was just briefly in. It's unclear whether or not even be able to exercise power within those roles in the next several months, we'll call them to be excluded from parliament. Yes. Yes. From the conservatives in parliament, the. Partido Popular the Popular Party who is previously in power last year before Mariana Hoy was ousted in confidence vote. Also, this you that knows citizens party. And of course, the far right vox party all three of them are calling for those separatists to not be allowed in parliament saying it's unconstitutional, saying it's an embarrassment to Spanish democracy that they were even allowed to partake in this wearing in ceremony today. If they're going to stay in jail, who's going to represent the constituents. So that also is, is unclear basically a they have a choice where they could voluntarily renounce their position in provide or give those seats to other individuals in their parties, which include two different separatist parties, who put together for Catalonia and the Republican lefts so they could give their seats to others who are not in jail, and then who could therefore vote in their in their place, or they could. Maintain their position. But the likelihood is that the Spanish parliament, their governing bodies, the, the two houses governing bodies are going to vote that they're not allowed to have their positions. So they could be suspended from parliament, and it would be easier for Beth resentatives, who doesn't have a majority government right now. It would be easier for him to make his government because he wouldn't need to court their votes. They would essentially get knocked out of voting for bedroo- sunsets and the new Spanish government. So it's unclear but likely though, either be suspended and not even included in parliament's, or they'll give their seats up to other individuals in their parties..

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Catalonia's independence leaders go on trial in Madrid. Our correspondent Imelda's has the very latest. Also ahead, we asked whether the British Prime Minister, Theresa may is any closer g securing a Brexit deal with European Union. Plus the European newspapers from our bureau in Zurich, and we'll examine the importance of cherry blossom trees for Japan all that right here on the briefing with me, Daniel beach. Twelve Catalans secessionist leaders who have been charged in relation to the region's failed. Independence bid have gone on trial at Spain's highest court. Let's get more on this with Monaco's Madrid correspondent, Liam Elvis. Liam welcome to the program. First of all there are some quite serious charges here including rebellion. Can you give us some background to the trial? Will this trial is tipped does? The most one of the most important trials in Spanish democratic history. In the last four years. There's quite a few accused separatist leaders from Catalonia facing today. The trial is expected to to last around three months. It will probably go over that. But the big question is why these politicians sitting in the dock now, there's a obviously everyone remembers the the scenes from twenty seventeen when the cut the loan secessionist leaders decided to hold a independence referendum despite new. Amorous warnings and rulings that declared the vote a legal now they went ahead without vote. And there was some very violent scenes that when all around the world and then after that vote despite numerous back room dealings and pressure from the Mariana recoil and his government for the Catalan separatists to pull back from the brink. They went ahead and unilaterally proclaimed independence, only to then withdraw or suspend that declaration. So basically these people in the call today for for their actions. And there's lots of lots of words and propaganda being thrown around saying that they're in the in the duck for their the ideology, but that's just not the case that facing trial today because of the actions and the their flouting of specific caught Rollings, and and proclaiming a Republic, and this will be widely watched across Spain and incomes at quite a difficult time in Spanish politics. Could this? Reignite tensions over independence. Well, the tensions have been simmering ever since that that referendum. The problem. Now is that the tensions have kind of spread out of cut the looney and ride around Spain and the right side of politics. Particularly the far-right, right? Have really been cashing in on this particular issue. Trying to inflame passions particularly in the south of Spain. We saw the entrance of vox, the extreme right party enter into a political institution for the first time ever in democratic Spanish history based on on this issue. They actually received around four hundred thousand votes in the end Lucy and elections now the big question is whether that trend is going to repeat itself in the upcoming regional and mayoral elections in may, and there's also murmurs that they could be national elections very soon because tomorrow's a big day. The prime minister is putting his budget up for a vote in the parliament. He doesn't have the numbers. And if that vote fails, he may also call elections, and that actual campaign, the national election campaign will come in the midst of this of this trial. So it's all very interconnected and the rise of nationalism in Spain is indeed a very worrying trend and you speak about the rise of nationalism. I can only assume this will be watched quite closely by leaders across Europe where there are other hopes for independence. Yeah. I guess that's a worrying thing for for other other countries. But I mean Spain has been since petro Sanchez has basically taken over from Hoi. He's been going around Europe to kind of reassure European leaders. Also talk up the the credentials of the Spanish Justice system because for many years, the Catalan separatists were going around and discrediting Spain quite loudly and Mariana Hoy's government weren't really countering. Those arguments we've seen a huge offensive immediate offensive from the Spanish foreign minister and the Spanish Prime minister, basically of reassure European neighbors and the European Community in general that this will be a fair trial. And and it will it will will play out according to the court and not according to the government actually also going to see it's going to be quite a show. There's the five hundred witnesses are going to be called over the next three months..

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"We need us. Since toppling his reticent predecessor Mariana Hoy in June. New prime minister Hedera Sanchez has jetted off a six state visits laid on the charm at several summits and hosted a litany of leaders back home. In a break with convention Spanish leaders, make Morocco their first ficials. Stop Sanchez flew to France. Instead to talk migration with the Manuela Macron scientific meatiest loonies will heat up Latin America on Illo hippie will intensification lacunas Villette allies. In August, sights were set on Latin America first, stop chilly dogged by domestic headlines. There was a noticeable noticed Spain's historical memory challenge with Franco as Sanchez visited Santiago's Mozelle the memoria he made a point of sharing his belief that a similar museum in Spain will help heal the words of the Franco dictatorship. The kit Teela eighteen limit. You're getting. And braving the communicate anymore. American. His Chilean hosts seemed eager to impress local daily Lhasa gone reported that ripe oranges had been hung with wires to the patio. Trees of the presidential palace to spruce up the gala dinner. Next a state visit to Bolivia the first by a Spanish leader in two decades. Those here leader ever Morales bestowed. Sanchez the great necklace of the Condor of the end is Bolivia's highest on eminent services to the nation. It might break from a long belt of quiet yet fractious relations between the two countries marred by several expropriations of Spanish companies Sanchez, turn the page signing commercial agreements with ten billion euros..

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"So it's a very it, of course, hits Germany at a time where the country is still arguing hotly about immigration in general, and about the latest influx of refugees from Syria in particular while. We thought that the integration of second and third generation Turks had worked comparatively comparatively well. And in fact, the the members of the national squad were sort of held up as example as Paraguayans of that happening. I think it's very interesting this, as I said, they were initially there was three players invited to add one, amateur, who used to play for Liverpool politely declines, which he's clearly got better advises. And that's one detail. And the other is that kindle on has much more openly talked about his the problems that that face children of immigrants and and the the loyalty. He feels to Germany on the one hand and Turkey on the other, which is the fate that chance. By millions of people, of course, let some cyclic another. Another story because the fate of the alleged British jihadists in custody is back on the front pages against eighteen years and the Daily Telegraph puts a huge story on the on the front page. And then it's about two jihadis who fought in Syria were stripped of their British citizenship, and then deported to Guantanamo Bay the US base and and we're in legal limbo really for awhile because because Britain. Is doesn't sign up to the death penalty. Now the home secretary Sajid JV has signal to the US that he doesn't uphold that. Stance anymore based in the case of these two. And and I, I think honorably the the telegraph asks in its editorial. He said, one low for jihadists and another for the rest of he's not. The first government is I think it was the Defense Secretary who awhile ago talked about it almost suggested that it was British policy now that British jihadists fighting in other countries like Syria would be hunted down. Well, of course we've had the, we've had the drone strikes haven't we where where really the whole. Question has already been widely discussed, are we now supporting the? Is this country now supporting the death penalty? For those people, but, but this is the first time we have a legal process where people are in custody, can't do any harm anymore. And of course, the question is where where should be put on on trial. It may well lead to a problem in within government because the junior minister in the same home office just a few weeks ago sent his country does not believe the death penalty. We don't execute people. Well, depends on who those people are. All we let others to it. Now we frequently talk about the rise of the political hard right many countries in Europe. There's been a shift of that direction span. Yes, I just thought it was interesting. The financial times give fairly huge coverage to the election of the new leader of the parochial pop polar in Spain, one Pablo Casado thirty seven year old hard line as he's described in some other British papers as well. And his mantra is you cannot negotiate anything with separatists. This is of course the. The or at least one of the main problems for any Spanish mainstream party and the government, namely the the, the separatists in Catalonia richest region of Spain where. His predecessor Mariana Hoy, who was the prime minister and was very hard line. And the new prime minister socialist Sanchez is is softening up that line somewhat has met with a new leader of the Catalan government and and has withdrawn the the Spanish extradition request for the the former leader push them onto who's who was in custody in Germany. So there are signs of, you know, and I beg your pardon? What? What else can you do? But negotiate, you've got to get around the table and and thrash out the problems that are there. And they're, I'm sure there must be some solution along task lines, presumably, which is, which is the old problem that the Catalans feel aggrieved that they can't collect taxes and then send money to to Madrid as the Basque region does. But, but that Madrid insists on collecting the taxes, then. It's all it's solvable. I would have thought, but not with hardline. Slogans brief flavor of what's in some of the European papers this morning, special book. Thank you very much..

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on FT News

FT News

11:07 min | 2 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on FT News

"From the financial times in London. I'm Hannah Murphy, and this is not news. Spain's new prime minister. Petre Sanchez leads a precarious minority government. The took power after jetting, sitting government for the first time in Spain's modern democratic history. He's hoping to reverse some of his predecessor, Mariana Hoy's cuts to social programs and to improve relations with Catalonia where a pro independence, regional government foot a succession campaign last year he's exceed or will he be forced to seek early elections on the line with me to discuss this is our Madrid correspondent, Michael stuttered. Hi, Michael. Tell us first a little about Mr. Sanchez. What kind of politician is he and how exactly did he come to power centers Hunnam by training, pretty left wing, big personality. He hasn't really done exceptionally well in national politics in about now, really. He took over the party in twenty fourteen. He lost the election in two thousand fifteen. He lost the election twenty sixteen choose the worst result in the party's history. He was then ousted by internal coup came back here later with grassroots supports. And since then he's really been sidelined in the national Spanish political debates which is been dominated by the ruling centre-right obey body and the new liberal Theta, Daniel, spotty. So he came to power really all of a sudden, and it came due to pretty damning ruling in a corruption case against the at the center right party. Which essentially said they been operating a slush fund in the past, and he quite brilliantly seize the initiative here and immediately following the ruling court. Vote of no confidence that would if I put him in power, the other parties while really Pomo keen on getting rid of the old government than putting him in power still supported this motion. And there we go. He was sworn in over the weekend in a really extraordinarily done events, kind of political assassination that made him strike the power and Catalonia's bid for independence is obviously the biggest problem he's likely to face. Can you tell us a bit about the background to the crisis and how his predecessor, Mr. ROY handle the issue? Well, this has been going on for many, many years. Tensions really bubbled over last October when the region actually declared independence from Spain, forcing a big crackdown by the Spanish government who took control of the symptoms region, they sat government and called new elections. It was. The worst constitutional crisis in Spain since its return to democracy in the nineteen seventies since then new leader is taken over who's even more Roche Isley pro independent than the last one if possible. So Sanchez inheriting a real mess hair. And what he's done is he's cold for a more conciliatory approach. He saying, listen, I'm a new government. I'm a fresh base. Let's talk and try and resolve this issue politically has MRs Sanchez said anything specific about his intentions tool. It's learning so called for dialogue. And the other leader, Kim Torre has also called for dialogue. But searches has specified that there will be no talks outside all the Spanish constitution and the Spanish constitution says that Catalonia. Com be independent. So he's starting point is that we can talk, we can reach political solution, but we're not going to talk about ways in which you can no longer be part of Spain, which is what the Kaplan's want. So there's an immediate sort of tension that's going to arise from any of these talks. The second thing to bear mind below the surface is that Sanchez is going to face the country in an election in the coming year probably and in general, the Spanish electorate of very against giving any concessions to the cath lands. So while Sanchez will be talking to them, he won't want to be seen to be backing down in the face of their demands or he'll get punished in the polls. So really, there's problems they'll in these talks. But for the moment, at least for the first few days of his Burmese ship, it's kinda sweetness and light because they're both saying, let's down. On how the discussion as you've told us Cutler has a new regional government. Can you tell us a bit more about who's in power there and how mean? -able they are to some kind of compromise. As I said, they have a extremely hotline pro independence, lead cooled Quim. Torah who was basically handpicked by the previous leader, Charles pushed them on. He's already caused enormous polemic in Spain. For his previous writings ways cooled Spaniards carrying feeders bipartisan. Hyenas want to destroy Kathleen identity excetera some very strong anti Spanish was Mr. Sanchez cooled, Dora a racist a few weeks ago which he probably wouldn't have done if he thought he was going to be a minister. Having said that will is a hardline nationalist. There is a softer wing within Catalonia who won independence from Spain, but possibly see as more of a long term goal. And they would be happy to talk. Talk about other issues in any negotiation, for example, more money, the symbolic recognition of castellinis nation, Senate reform, there's another list of demands. The Catalans could also ask for and could be a starting point for negotiations that isn't immediate independence from Spain. So if the soft wing of the Catalan party win out in the negotiations that might be leased something to sit down and talk about, even if nothing much big, read more broadly, what's the status Spain's economy at the moment and is scope to reverse some of Mr. release cuts? Yeah. The Spanish economy is growing, really steady. Click. It's been growing plus three percent for the last few years is one of the fosters growing economies in Europe. I mean, it's recovering from very low base after a devastating on enter crisis. Unemployment is still very high. But given that it's doing exceptionally well, I think when you took to communists they say that that probably is scope to loosen the purse-strings slightly in the Spanish economy. But I think perhaps the bigger question is the fact that Sanchez has come to power with an incredibly weak minority government. He only has eighty four seats in the three hundred fifty seats legislature, meaning that any attempts by him to try and pull off meaningful reforms to reverse any steady measures will be tough. He's going to need to get the support of parties, many of which load him which want to see early elections. So yes, economically speaking the scope to loosen the strings, but politically speaking, it's going to be pretty tough. Is just, what do you think the likelihood is some the small parties make. Mr. Sanchez's coalition, we'll give him the backing that he needs. Well, be small parties are the two big Kathleen parties. And I think they're backing depends on how these negotiations go. So he might not keep their backing for very long. He has the backing of the Basques regional party, but then not natural allies necessarily. So we'll have to wait and see with the Basques and then the rescue has the support of the far-left for demos party that he might be able to keep. But the Pepe and the Daniel spotty really wanna see him deposed as soon as possible. So it's a bit of a mixed bag and it's not going to be easy essentials, the last elections in Spain with inconclusive, what are the signs? Mr. Sanchez could win a majority if he went to the polls. Well, if you went to the poll tomorrow, the opinion polls. Suggests that he would do not particularly well. It's the quite new young liberal through the Daniels party. The is polling in front according to the pace polling with about twenty eight cents, and then all the other parties Sanchez's party the centre-right and the far-left demos party. There will polling around the same about twenty percent. So if the election was tomorrow, he wouldn't do very well at all. He probably would stay at around the same number seats. He has now, but having said that login, election campaign from being in government, gives you and not troll advantage. He wasn't really relevant player in the Spanish political debate before. But if he spends the next few months getting some legislative winds potentially, but also going around the world, seeing political leaders sitting down. With mccone sitting down with Angela Merkel, this could potentially give him credibility in the eyes of the Spanish voters and give him a position of power with which to come to elections. So the polls I was talking about a really from slightly different era, and he's certainly hoping that he'll be able to improve on that once he's in government. The flip side is if his government's total disaster given the opportunity to govern and wasn't able to do anything, then that might be punish him in the polls. So he's really taking a big risk dots. The gamble might they off when they're new elections, either later this year or next year. Thanks, Michael. It'll be really interesting to see how he gets on and to keep up with vents in Spain. Don't forget to follow s. t. dot com.

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Hello this is the global news podcast from the bbc world service with reports and analysis from across the world the latest news seven days a week bbc world service podcasts are supported by advertising this is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i valerie sanderson and at thirteen hours gmt on friday the first of june these are main stories spain's prime minister mariana hoy has been ousted in a new confidence vote in parliament of his party was implicated in a major corruption scandal hundreds of people in china have been detained on accusations of dumping waste into the yangtze river and being involved in the legal mining of sand the world health organization has called for more action to prevent an epidemic of non communicable diseases responsible for more than seventy percent of deaths globally also in this podcast the surface of pluto is extremely cold minus two hundred thirty degrees centigrade also and these junes and quite surprising because the atmosphere of pluto it's also very tenuous very thin scientists have found evidence of june's on the dwarf planet pluto but we start in madrid spanish mp's applaud the end of mariana to hoist government after they choose to asked him and his party in a new confidence vote it was triggered by a longrunning corruption scandal involving members of mr aho's centreright popular party the socialist leader pedro sanchez is now prime minister and outlined the challenges his government faces ladies first job is to transform and modernize our country which the socialist party is always done when it is governed and secondly to attend the pressing social needs of many people who is suffering from inequality patriots sanchez will be spain's seventh prime minister since its return to democracy in the late nineteen seventies following the dictatorship of francisco franco i'll start correspondent jim madrid guy hedge co for more on mr sanchez forty six year old a columnist from grade he came leader is a party in two thousand fourteen he's had quite a bumpy ride during his relatively short political career he was ousted from the in two twenty sixteen after the general election of that year because he refused if his support to mary unreal holies conservative government and then he came back and became leader again defying its position in his own party so he's seen as something of a survivor resilient sega he's.

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i've got a responder sohn and at thirteen hours gmt on friday the first of june these are our main stories spain's prime minister mariana hoy has been ousted in a new confidence vote in parliament of his party was implicated in a major corruption scandal hundreds of people in china have been detained on accusations of dumping waste into the yangtze river and being involved in the legal mining of sand the world health organization has called for more action to prevent an epidemic of non communicable diseases responsible for more than seventy percent of deaths globally also in this podcast the surface of pluto is extremely cold minus two hundred thirty degrees centigrade also and these junes quite surprising because the atmosphere of pluto it's also very tenuous very thin scientists have found evidence of huhne's on the dwarf planet pluto but we start in madrid spanish mp's applaud the end of marianne to hoy's government after they choose to us him and his party in a new confidence vote it was triggered by a longrunning corruption scandal involving members of mr aho's centreright popular party the socialist leader pedro sanchez is now prime minister and outlined the challenges his government faces ladies first job is to transform and modernize our country which the socialist party has always done when it is governed and secondly to attend the pressing social needs of many people who is suffering from inequality pedro sanchez will be spain's seventh prime minister since its return to democracy in the late nineteen seventies falling the dictatorship of francisco franco i'll start correspondent jim madrid guy hedge co for more on mr sanchez forty six year old economist from grade he came leader as a party in two thousand fourteen he's had quite a bumpy ride during his relatively short political career he was ousted from the policy and twenty sixteen after the general election of that year because he refused if his support to marry under a holies conservative government and then he came back and became leader again defying its position in his own party so he's seen as something of a survivor resilient figure he's.

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Europe now so we're half an hour and a half even into the european trading day mark the stock six hundred is rising by almost nine tenths of one percent italian shares in particular clawing back losses from earlier this week the footsie mib in milan rising by two and two thirds of one percent deutsche bank shares are advancing in frankfurt three point seven percent higher bouncing back from an all time low even after the snp global ratings downgrade that we got earlier this morning italian yields declining again today by fifteen basis points if i look at the ten year by thirty basis points if i look at the two year spanish yields also declining as prime minister mariana hoy fights for his political survival in parliament today just looking at some of the other equity indices the footsie100 here in london rising by seven tenths of one percent the cac count index rising by one point two percent and the dachshund frankfurt whereas i say we are seeing deutsche bank shares rising higher by nine tenths of one percent looking over into the fx space the bloomberg dollar spot index little change the same goes for your dollar this morning the japanese yen or the back foot declining by three tenths of one percent water nine spot thirteen that's where dollaryen is trading all is is rising this morning wti higher by two tenths of one percent at sixty seven dollars and seventeen cents social bags credit ratings being cut by snp in another blow to the new chief executive krisztian saving and his turnaround plan the lead there was downgraded by one notch to bbb plus from a minus a day after reports that american regulators it puts its us operations on a list of problem at banks another setback in krisztian savings efforts to reinvigorate the land yes it was expected as jeffrey smith was telling us a little early but it does marcus raise the cost of its the cost of doing business and of course an increase the stakes increases the stakes further for mr saving who of course only replaced john cryer today he's got this manning.

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hours a day on it and it takes talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm i'm ben clarke this is bloomberg markets span now it's been a very busy week in european politics investors in spanish assets are watching closely today as opposite groups look to completely ouster of prime minister mariana hoy a move that could ripple three markets then we have italy which is getting a populist coalition after all just pay kante a law professor with no political experience is due to be sworn in as prime minister along with his cabinet later today bloomberg's ameri whore done is live for us now in rome annemarie take us through the latest here good morning guys well it was an incredible scoop yesterday but i if i actually our bloomberg news colleagues who john felina lorenzo potato who actually got the information about this government so as you say that because they will be sworn in this afternoon then the new government is expected to face votes of confidence in the two houses of parliament next week luigi myo matteo savini wall core service deputy premiers demise will also take on labor and economic development and salvini as interior minister the key role of finance minister that the market and investment communities in focused on we'll go to a man named giovanni two year he's currently economics professor at rome's sorta got the university and what many people are talking about what's done the rounds on twitter's is article he wrote last year which he publicly called for debate on the euro i'll share quickly what he said he said people who call for unconditionally leaving the euro as a cure for all aren't right but neither is the european central bank president mario draghi i mean he says the euro izzy reversible over the next few weeks are going to your shirley scrutinized by investors.

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The days of the million dollar college coach in california could be over with the state's constitution is changed the proposal came from a disturbing budget audit of the office of university of california president janet napolitano along with changes to how that office runs according to the author assembly member sharon quirk silva would also had that compensation for an employee that exceeds two hundred thousand dollars per year unless it is approved at a public hearing coaches they're non faculty ucla head football coach chip kelly for example makes six million bucks a year what if usc fan stacked that public hearing or vice versa we'll coaches have to teach college typing class to get those big salaries to pass the proposal needs two thirds majority in the state legislature and voter approval jim roope los angeles tourism officials in hawaii you want you to know that only a tiny part of the islands is affected by the fiery eruption of kilowatt hawaii it's been losing out on millions tourism dollars while everyone watches those fascinating volcano keno cams with all the leaping lava i'm jan johnson and i'm patrice sikora from bloomberg world headquarters in spain the ibex closed down about five tenths percent prime minister mariana hoy could face a no confidence vote as early as friday society generals kit jukes tells bloomberg tv there's a lot to digest with this situation in spain you'll probably find a consensus in amongst the economic recovery is going on the domestic political problems with the government rather than some things the there's no there's there's no danger of a of a populist movement in spain big enough to have a responsible fiscal policies italy's footsie mid two percent the man italian president sergio monterey has asked to form a new government is economists carlo cutter rally he's a former executive director of the international monetary fund and bloomberg's kevin costello says he has a reputation is very well known in italy and at one point a few years ago he wasn't charged what was called a spending review and he is known here is mr scissors for his interest in cutting budgets china is ready to approve call comes fortythree billion dollar takeover of inexp semiconductors according to some people familiar with.

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Euro has rallied this morning the italian president rejected the populist needed choice of eurosceptic candidate for finance minister says that the move was for the good of the country and the savings of families that had been endangered by rising bond spreads and market concerns the five star movement and the league party expressed their dismay and pull the plug on their attempt to form a government he said that the government cannot start then our work was not useful i want to create a technical government but i'm wondering if we are in a democracy and if in italy the italians decide or the germans decide or the french decide it is incredible they should have said it before i am sorry we have lost time meanwhile in spain prime minister mariana hoy says he aims to see out the rest of his four year term after the opposition called the vote of no confidence in his scandalplagued administration move came after the national court convicted former officials from the governing party running a multimillion dollar racket let's get some more perspective on this dot he's the senior currency strategist at commonwealth bank of australia he joins us now from our sydney studio elliot's let's kick off with the meat of this issue we saw some good moves and just for additional context we put this up for our clients to take a closer look at gt goal is the key function the italian bonds spread over over their spanish peers at the highest level in six years do you expect mr terrell and his coalition partners to hold firm perhaps setting the stage for early elections here i think the likelihood of early elections in italy looks as though it's been one of the trigger behind the relief rally we've seen in the euro because the potential of new election at least increases the likelihood of a new government that could potentially be a bit more fiscally responsible so helping push down the runaway talion bond yields and also also raises the likelihood of the less eurosceptic government but it's way too soon to tell right now how.

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That cited vice viceforeign minister came k quan said that the country remains willing to meet with a us at any time pyongyang also vowed to continue to pursue peace and signal they will give washington more time to reconsider talks spain's opposition will today called for no confidence vote against prime minister mariana hoy according to people familiar the government is on the ropes after a court yesterday ruled that the former party officials had operated an illegal slush fund that helped finance election campaigns roy has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and italy's premier designate giuseppe county has said he will create a government that will defend the interests of every italian context spent his first day on the job finalizing his proposed cabinet list with the post due to be announced later today they will present to the parliament a program based on the understanding agreed among the political forces of the majority the president than i spoke about the demanding and delicate phase we are living through and of the challenges that are waiting for us which i am aware of as i am aware of the necessity to confirm the position of italy in europe and international just speaking through a translator that and ireland may vote today to ease its restrictive of boertien laws in a referendum that could mark the nation's most decisive break with its roman catholic roots bloomberg's pizza flanagan reports with polls suggesting the government's proposal will pass prime minister over overacker called on his supporters to avoid complacency sought to settle the last great secretary just divide in ireland contraception wasn't widely available until the nineteen nineties but divorce was legalized in one thousand nine hundred five in dublin peter flanagan bloomberg daybreak.

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on PRI's The World

"In him as someone who's a guardian of incident freedom in iran has faded away on he has to do something quite dramatic where soon to to reclaim his place among some sexual society as someone who vicious will has the power to protect intimately demure cover as a ruse there his with a group called small media where he researches iran's internet policies coming up later on the show what happens when border agents find an abandoned tiger cub on the us mexico border you're with the world i'm marco werman you're tuned to the world yesterday we briefly told you about an announcement made this week by the basque separatist group eta the group has effectively ceased to exist went the announcement a had already announced years ago that it ended its armed activity that's how it referred to its decades long record of assassinations and terrorist attacks in spain all told that campaign left more than eight hundred people dead maybe that's why spain's prime minister mariana hoy said it is announcement this week of disbanding was nothing more than propaganda that didn't change anything it up with on this but another buddy thing nieces diminish new alexia stevia but a custody roy said eta can announce its own disappearance if it wants while will not disappear he added are the government's efforts to bring eta members to justice and punish them for their crimes alma then blanco isn't willing to forget what at the did she's a resident of madrid and her father pedro antonio was the victim of an eta terrorist attack twenty as of january two thousand my fire was killed by this terrorist group he was a member of the spanish army and when he went to his selfish kabul just kill him i don't want to buy when aware is the end i think the spanish government and the security forces should decide the real end of eta i can't forgive these people because they damage my family i think they don't care who who who was my father.

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"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 5 years ago

"mariana hoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the pound after new case vote for brags it and some guys say be miller investors say they are getting among deal because of that and that they want more money now baby in bed did try to address this by raising its cashed in to forty five pounds a share from forty four pounds but that is not the p zing some investors that's just a two in a quarter percent raised in the ohl cash offer for now waiting for us to be miller to look over that new proposal meantime shares close down for all related parties re me in a sense you bloomberg news new york facebook says jumped in late trading off to the company reported second quarter rather the debate on this protections video on instagram to help sales climbed fifty nine percent to six point four four billion dollars eighty four percent of old advertising revenue came from mope out facebook now has one point seven one billion monthly uses amazing numbers say attempted a number of uses that lot's going on outside p wealth of business and hit to tell us all about it is being backs come a fair amount often elliott thank you spanish team philippe meets prime minister mariana hoy a later today in his latest pushed to end the country seven month political renda scenario today own i'm madrid newsroom has more i did tonight chooses six months the nation's still stuck in deadlock and one of the horry have competitor thought his maiden name progress ronnie's supporter crawford political spectrum to win a competent spent before parliament taking spain as step closer to stage in affair drawn up elections maria today are blender right durant it is present barack obama says america most reject the message of fearing division being delivered by donald trump bettman said elect he clinton speaking up the democratic invention in philadelphia the present said clinton has a vision and discipline to move.

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