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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on When in Spain
"But this whole idea that you can be in your third year university and you still got an exam from your first year, maybe two from your second year over year I gave you birth. Then back to secondary schools that roughly 30% of children who have to repeat a year summer comes and parents, you know turning a hair out to dispatch to see whether little Jose or little Maria have to repeat a year and that is unheard of in the UK. I mean it really really really rare they want to repeat you have to be absolutely thick black interior for you to repeat a year here. It is quite common, but we're still at least you're leaving school 16. Okay, so they have a big problem in education and every year every CD points these things out and even says things like, you know, Spain is the country has probably had more education reforms and most of the European countries, but life has changed. Another huge issue entrance what you've got the dependency ratio massively aging population and not enough at the other end working to support in a nutshell. Exactly. Yeah. Well, this is a country and this is again a tribute to Spain for on talking about changes you are with Spaniard lives. Ten years more today than he did when Franco died. I might not see very much. But actually it's quite quite a change tested me to the lifestyle the eating habits more or less. I think the longest Live Nation now in the world recently overtook. Japan is Thursday. It will overtake Japan in in in the future incidentally the UK life is going down. It's declining whereas the Spanish one continues to rise not so much now as say in the nineties, but it's rising and I think 83 is the average lifespan suspension is a big, so you have a country with a long life. Facts and see a country with a higher unemployment rate people having fewer children also be having fewer children. So you put that together. What does it mean in in a we have a pay-as-you-go pension system that today's workers are paying the pension of tomorrow's retirees. It's the same in the UK if your people are working and obviously it's going to have an impact of the pension system. So you'll have to raise the age at which people can retire or you have to be make people pay a higher contributions on their social security, but you can't just let it run and do nothing off successive governments are being discussing this there was a reform which some bits have been popular mystically undone, for example, or this may get me to trouble your listeners month free visual for D-Link pension rises from inflation, which kicked up a fuss with old age people protesting, you know, my pension in real terms is not dead. No, it is it is one of the things that needs to be done here until until they can sort everything out. It may not seem very much that you increase your pension by let's say the inflation rate is 1% but 1% when you take that as over the total pension bill is quite a lot of money so they reduced it to basically either no increase or I think zero, 2% Anyway, it was delayed for inflation That Was Then restored that the flashing that was put back by Mariano rajoy. Are they going to remove it again along with other reforms? Who knows? Cuz it all come about a time at the time of David which is hit the old age population particularly hard, but it is a problem here and it gets very technical and people don't understand it off but it's not so many going to be brushed under the carpet unemployment..
"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Reality show on TV yesterday bragging about how his ratings are great and the networks are are lying scum basically but they have to carry his show because he's got better ratings than celebrity apprentice he's moved from talking to his rallies you know a thousand two thousand people to talking to millions of people every day via his his new eagle published which is these these are press conferences and is causing some real serious soul searching in the media because he's blowing out lies and it's basically a campaign speech every day every day he figures out a way to to vilify blue states and their governors and appraise red states and their governors and sprays himself and blame others every literally every day and and a lot of it is lies just plain old flat out lies yesterday he was he he said how do you go from using ten thousand twenty thousand masks to three hundred thousand this is yes in the rose garden exists something's going on with the mass going are they going out the back door these hospitals in New York are and have a have a profitable black market mask business going on outside of the back door of the hospital while their nurses and doctors are getting sick and some of them are dying this man is is sick and twisted if the I mean this is just insane the the nine one one system in the city is absolutely overwhelmed on Thursday he went on fox news on Sean Hannity's show and he says I don't believe in a thirty or forty thousand violators you know you're going to major hospitals in July of two veterans do battle enters and all of a sudden you're saying we can we order thirty thousand ventilators people are gonna die because of this kind of rhetoric and because of the fox news lies four months fox news was lying to to their viewers four months right wing hate radio was lying to their listeners and for months Donald Trump was lying to the nation and now yesterday he said it's only a hundred thousand people keep in mind in China is three thousand people have died in South Korea it's only three hundred people have died and they had their first case the exact same day we did and trump is saying well following a hundred thousand people die I did a pretty good job really if trump had done was South Korea did at the same time South Korea did we might only have a few thousand deaths nationwide when this hits its peak instead of the hundred thousand the trumpets and eggs is acceptable and the two million that a Yale University and the collagen in the UK our suggestion is possible I mean just it's simple math if one percent of the people who get this disease die from it and one third of America against the disease which is by the way about what happens in flu season and we have a vaccine against flu you get about twenty to twenty five percent of Americans get the flu every year you take the vaccine out of the equation probably you know thirty to forty maybe even fifty percent so if only one percent of Americans fewer than a third of Americans get coronavirus that's a hundred million people one percent of a hundred million people is one million people two thirds of America again that's two million people dead and trump is saying all well you know it's it's all good and now the washer report post is reporting a back on February fifth this is this is two weeks after we had our first case here in the United States and trump did nothing and went on TV and lied and said it was a Democrat hoax on February fifth Alex is are the health and health and Human Services secretary asked the trump administration to insert a two billion dollar emergency fund into the budget that was that was going forward specifically for protective equipment personal protective equipment for people frontline workers he was getting briefings he knew what was going on Alex's are he asked for two billion dollars emergency funding the administration refused trump said now and now you have while Florida who which is headed by you know reliable trough sink of hands the some hunter over a daily kos Florida if you know who is run by Ron DeSantis and represented by by Rick Scott and sit in the Senate the guy who committed the largest whose company committed the largest Medicare fraud in the history of the United States he still refusing to issue any of these measures Rana Santos out of Florida's getting anything he wants from the federal government Massachusetts is only received seventeen percent of the requested supplies man about five percent Colorado enough for one day only the outbreak is growing rapidly in chi in Colorado and as I mentioned earlier Spain where nearly five thousand people have died keep in mind trump's as a hundred thousand Americans just fine he's doing a great job in two thousand eleven Spain elected Mariano Rajoy Brey how ARE J. O. Y. as prime minister's conservative.
"mariano rajoy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Been spending six sixteen or seventeen months in jail on the other side, I'm this Internationale. The word against are asking to free them immediately and to drop all the charges against the accused and especially against shut injured Sanchez. We're going to see former prime Minister Mariano Rajoy testify. What do you think he can contribute to this trial? This is a trial about political acts and political decision. I don't know what he will say he will probably defend the position of the Spanish conservative authorities. They have to use the criminal activities to solve our political problem, and they will try to justify their acts because this is the strategy adopted by Iraq, his government, Mariano Rajoy. Is expected to tell Spain's call that. He simply follow the law and up held the constitution by keeping the country together. Finally, let's tell you about archaeologists here in Britain who have discovered new Roman graffiti in a quarry, which was used by soldiers centuries ago to repair Hadrian's wall. It's weird though that erosion will damage the graffiti and experts in our using three d technology to try to preserve the images that used dreams. Terry Egan's been telling me more about the graffiti, it was left by Roman soldiers in the remains of a quarry at guilt woods in Cumbria. And that's in the northwest of England. And what the soldiers were doing there, of course, is finding stones for Hadrian's wall built in the north of England in the second century. So it's good evidence and one carving in fact, reads to seven AD, and it's the only inscription on a quarry wall anywhere in the holy Roman empire that can be dated like that. And it's when the wall had a major repair and renewal and basically a general upkeep it was being rebuilt which shows how important it was. And another thing there. You might expect perhaps from a day laborer paps anywhere, a curricular of the chief the commanding officer and archaeologist sipping working there and what they found. This new one thing is a phallus, and this is not an obscenity. But for the Romans was in fact, a good luck symbol and another thing. They found is a relief of the head of a man with an arrow pointing downwards archaeologists think this might mean that someone unfortunately fell off a cliff. They're just reminded us about wall briefly. Well, this was a wall on the very frontier of the Roman empire. The outer limit of the area, they controlled it was a defensive fortification which stretched right across Britain from C to see more than one hundred kilometers long, and these inscriptions give the names of soldiers who work there, sometimes they rank and military unit which is why it's extremely important as a record the archaeologists call this the written rock of guilt. But the trouble is it's eroding. So they've been going down into the quarry. With climbing specialists and they've been using an imaging technique to put use a three d record and preserve these images for the future. However controversial they are Terry Egan there. Let serving up to date with our main news Muhammadu Buhari has won a second consecutive term as president of Nigeria. The opposition has rejected the result. That's the newsroom distribution of the BBC World.
"mariano rajoy" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"International has condemned. The libel complaint against Reese as brazenly politically motivated rap ler is one of several news agencies, which is criticized deter taste policies, including his anti-drug campaign that has left thousands of mostly poor suspects dead. The state of Washington is proposing to increase the volume of water spilled over the Columbia and snake river dams to aid salmon recovery as part of a plan designed to feed the regions. Dwindling orca population. Eric takeoff reports the State Department of ecology holds a public meeting today in Vancouver on the proposal. The agency is responsible for total dissolved gas levels in the rivers, and it's a delicate. Balance more spill helps migrating fish navigate the dams, but too much increases gas levels and could hurt some fish, rob Grebo with the group defenders of wildlife says the plan is a recommendation of the state's southern resident orca task force in the coming together. The awful images that we call this summer of orcas, dying in the sound, right decor. Is it really motivated action? And this is one of the most affected things that the state can do in the near term to provide immediate relief to. Krieble says increasing spill is the safest way to get juvenile salmon to the ocean and the state estimates. The plan would boost salmon numbers by about one hundred forty five thousand gets a three year plan for eight dams on the lower Columbia and snake rivers three St. combo. Also with defenders of wildlife is that the meeting in Vancouver today to accommodate the plan. The state would increase this dissolve gas standards to one hundred twenty percent before this year's salmon run. And to one hundred twenty five percent in two thousand twenty Comal says there's no reason to wait to increase to the higher standard, which could save another five thousand salmon, we are to urge them to dry increase offender wondering and this year is possible three-year agreement. So we definitely supported by awful like it beyond the triggers. Critics of spill point out that the dams will generate less power. But krieble says the plan is flexible allowing dam operators to reduce spill during peak energy demand hours allowed world scenario where we get more fish without severely impacting energy being produced. There are only seventy. Southern resident orcas left the lowest number in three decades. The public can comment on the ecology department proposal through February twenty eighth credible says in the long run the federal government needs to consider removing four lower snake river dams to better recover salmon for public new service. I'm Eric take it off. A Russian island has declared a state of emergency due to a mass invasion of polar bears. Looking for food polar bears are losing their natural habitat due to rising temperatures and rapid ice loss. And their source of sustenance. The Siberian times reports that some fifty two polar bears have been spotted on the island going through apartment buildings and garbage dumps looking for food on the former Soviet nuclear tests base because the animals are endangered species. The Russians can't shoot the bear. So the government is deploying a team of scientists to sedate and then relocate them. A new report warns of environmental breakdown, causing the perils of social and economic collapse akin to the two thousand and eight global financial crisis released Wednesday from the I p p r institute for public policy research, a UK based progressive think tank the report this is a crisis facing up to the age of environmental breakdown calls for major shifts and understanding the scale and pace of environmental change, the implications of it and the need for more thorough response. The report notes human caused environmental changes occurring at such a grand scale that it's limiting socio economic stability, it predicts large scale, involuntary migration conflict famine and the potential of collapse of social and economic systems. It says quote the historical disregard of environmental considerations. In most areas of policy has been catastrophic mistake unquote, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has. Announced that the Senate will vote on the green new deal planned by some Democrats to combat climate change in a move designed by McConnell to force Senate Democrats, including a cast of presidential candidates into a political bind the plan a resolution introduced by Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts. And I term congresswoman Alexandria Cossio Cortez of New York calls for a new deal style mobilization to shift. The us economy away from fossil fuels such as oil and coal and replace them with renewable sources of energy such as wind and solar power. The plan goes far beyond energy to urge national healthcare coverage and job guarantees as well as high quality education, affordable housing and a high speed rail network. For Sheena precaut-, founder of sunrise, one of the key grassroots groups working on the green new deal spoke with Somali Kolhatkar of rising up with Sonali about the resolution introduced last week. So the resolution is essentially a vision setting document for a ten year plan that would transform every part of our economy and society, a mobilization essentially, a scaled be haven't seen since the World War Two era. To get our country to a hundred percent renewable and clean energy to mandate that every person who wants or needs a job can have one doing the critical work of averting climate catastrophe. And that such a transition must ensure that communities on the frontlines of poverty and pollution are. Included as a just transition for these workers and communities and also that any plan centers, racial and economic equity. So this is a resolution of the most ambitious climate plan that we have ever seen in American history. And it's a monumental effort. That has already gained sixty seven cosponsors in the house up to twelve senators five of whom are in fact, running for to be the democratic nominee for president in twenty twenty. So this is a document that is in composting vision of if it were to pass from it or it would be the basis for then more detailed resolution to actually make it a reality. Right. Exactly. So I mean think about how we would actually go about making the transformational changes we need to stop the climate crisis. We could go back into our history and look at the original new deal, which was a massive sweeping center for forms policies programs that were passed over a decade of time in under FDR and these were things. From improving expanding creating social security to improving labour working conditions. Increasing the minimum wage, I'm putting millions of people to work after the great depression. And lots lots more the difference. Now is that the green you deal would tackle the twin crises of our lifetimes, the climate crisis and also Rampton nauseating levels of wealth, inequality the country and would really send her on racial Justice, which was something that the original new deal really failed to do an insect even exacerbating exacerbated, existing differences among racial groups in this country. So we're seeing that something like green you deal. Resolution is going to chart a blueprint for the nation. But in actuality the thousand pages of legislation that's gonna be unique needed to be written for a smart grid or for how we actually create more electric vehicles for how we do sustainable agriculture, practices and more those are going to be different pieces of policy and legislation that roll out over. Over years of time. But this is setting a framework that says incremental policies are not enough half-measures. Happy solutions are not enough. We need to push for something much much bigger. Republicans are mocking the green new deal as a pipe dream. That would drive the economy off a cliff and lead to a huge tax increase. President Donald Trump slammed the green new deal at a rally on Monday and El Paso, Texas, saying shut down American energy saying it sounds like a high school term paper that got a low Mark at Israeli Trump said that under the green new deal you're not allowed to own cows anymore. And he added the plan would end air travel. Trump has frequently expressed doubt about climate change. And said he does not believe action is needed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global warming. His administration has focused on US. Energy dominance and increased production of fossil fuels oil gas and coal on federal and private land. The new green deal is supported by at least five senators seeking the democratic nomination for president Cory Booker of New Jersey Kirsten gillibrand of New York, commonly Harris of California lizard with warned of Massachusetts and Amy klobuchar. Minnesota Vermont independent Senator Bernie Sanders who's likely to enter the democratic primary soon. There's also a supporter Senate leader McConnell sees a Senate vote on the green new deal resolution as a way of exposing how far out of touch of the mainstream. Those Senate presidential candidates are several Republicans are calling the new deal evidence of the creep of socialism, and the Democratic Party for chigney Prakan of the sunrise movement. I just completely rejects the notion that we can. Put all of our hopes and dreams in the private sector to get us out of this mess. We have known about the climate crisis. We have known what his ways causing and driving the climate crisis largely combustion fossil fuels, and we need to do something significant about it. And on the precipice of great calamity. And when we have needed to do huge things in our in our country's past whether it's getting millions of people out of the great, depression and rebuilding our economy. Whether it setting our sights on the moon, he getting there in ten years. Whether it is. You know, going from building three thousand to three hundred thousand airplanes in World War Two much of this has been driven by the public sector. And we think there's a lot of opportunity for partnership between pub. For investing in a lot of new jobs in technology and more through the government. The Senate vote on the new green deal resolution has not yet been scheduled. And you're listening to the evening. News on KPFA, Berkeley, KPFK, Los Angeles KFC at Fresno online, KPFA dot org. Everyone. This is Brian Edwards, and I'm cat Brooks. Weekday mornings, we host upfront two hours of conversation about what's in the news, and what should the politics technology presence police what's happening in city hall, and at the state house in Washington and in the streets that starting at seven AM right after democracy now on up front. Nobel peace prize laureate in two time Costa Rican, President Oscar Arias faces multiple accusations of sexual assault. A latest accusation from the longtime director of the international center at the university of Nevada in Reno. Corinna black is the sixth woman to accuse well peace prize winner of sexual misconduct, alleging ADS boxed her against a wall. Inside an elevator at the university in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and then tried to kiss her. The fifty two year old professor says it happened after she spent a day escorting him to meetings and an evening. Speaking engagement at the university. She says she quote smacked him in the face and pushed him away unquote allegations against at ES ranged from unwanted advances to alleged sexual assault at met with prosecutors to give a statement in two criminal complaints against him today. The Spanish Prime minister's office says prime minister Pedro Sanchez plans to announce tomorrow, whether he will call an early election after his socialist government lost a key budget vote. Sanchez became prime minister in two thousand eighteen when Catalan separatists parties joined other parties in backing no confidence vote against his conservative predecessor, Mariano Rajoy. But a separatist Catalan lawmakers rejected the government's budget after the prime minister earlier this week refused to negotiate over self determination in Catalonia, prime minister Sanchez has said that self-determination is a red line for his government because that right is not included in the Spanish constitution, economy minister, Nadia, Calvin, yell lamented, the defeat of the government's budget KOA. Must visas from Alpert Tony apathy. Then there's what's happening today is a loss. Oppourtunity from the beginning. We've been working hard to put in place a.
Trump-Kim summit: Words angering North Korea
"Perfect meanwhile the british premier will hold a parliamentary version her you withdrawal bill in june setting the scene for a showdown between factions of her conservative party last night spanish prime minister mariano rajoy won a crucial parliamentary vote to pass a longdelayed budget for the country beanbags maria today oh reports a proven the budget will give the spanish primer some recite as he tries to short support for his minority government damaged by the catalan independence crisis and a series of corruption scandals as of the budget is promising to boost pay for pensioners and lowincome workers maurya today bloomberg daybreak europe madrid and north korea is again threatening to cancel the trump came summit if americans that it gave up nuclear weapons the us president has also cast further doubt on the meeting saying there's a very substantial chance it won't happen but trump says we'll know more soon very well happen but whatever it is that we will know next week about singapore and if we go i think it'll be a great thing for north korea sunday a date will absolutely happen it could very well be june twelfth we'll see we'll know next week global news twenty four hours a day on air net take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilhof this is bloomberg marcus thanks very much indeed sandra time now for your morning sports i'm gonna kick it off with the crickets has joe townsend somerset cricketer dumbass will make his england debut in the first task against pakistan south and logs this morning the twenty year old off spinner was a surprise call up having played just sixteen county championship matches england looking to recover from a poll winter for losing test series against australia and new zealand josh portland been recalled as a specialist batsman having consistently impressed in limited overs.