COVID-19 has hit every corner of the planet, stopping the economy, increasing unemployment and creating social problems that, in the case of the European Union, have forced the Commission to approve extraordinary aid that tries to contain the effects of the pandemic and to consider the conditions for future recovery based on two transitions: ecological and digital.
Transformations that we will have to tackle as the European Union and not as isolated countries, if we want them to be of any use. Processes that require conviction, commitment, coherence and cohesion in the changes we make in our economy and in our labor markets, from regulations on the cross-border mobility of workers to comparable social protection systems throughout the Union.
We are not starting from scratch in Europe. The directives that affect living and working conditions are not new, trying to protect salaried workers and self-employed workers. We have studies and evaluations of the effects of the labor and social content directives in matters of protection, safety and health, mobility, living and working conditions.
During the pandemic, Europe has managed to face these difficult times from a completely different perspective than the one that the community authorities launched with the crisis that began in 2008. European policies and European politicians, even the most conservative, have learned that social cuts they are not an option for the future at this time.
The green transition and the digital transition cannot advance without taking care of employment and a social, market, but social economy. They will not advance if we do not end the gender gaps, if we do not take care of the pillar of social rights that Europe supports and characterizes our model since its inception.
However, the decision to advance the green and digital political agenda collides with the immensity of the problems we face, which create the conditions for a scenario of social instability and institutional fracture that will result in inevitable clashes between convinced Europeanists and the forces populists, nationalists and centrifuges that have reached their maximum expression in Brexit, but that will not stop growing throughout Europe, trying to prevent general agreements.
There are those who announce that the European Union is dead. Nothing is further from reality, despite the airs with which some sometimes try to justify the statement. Other times they look for arguments in the weak bases of the treaties that build European social policy. However, it is not only an exaggeration that seeks to become reality, but the worst possible horizon for those of us who live in Europe.
The truth is that there is, at least for the moment, a large European majority that governs the European institutions and presides over the governments of the EU. It is time for that majority to confront the populisms that promote centrifugal tendencies and the return to the most stale, autarkic and egocentric nationalisms. We must continue to advance in a Europe of plurality of peoples, diversity of ideas, the will to build common social policies.
For this, it is necessary to face the technological and climatic challenges that lie ahead, with nerves of steel and a firm decision to lead Europe towards balanced and fair transitions that allow us to get out of the trap of precarious life and work and threats of climate change.
COVID-19 should serve, at least, so that we take good note of our shortcomings, also of our achievements, to make it possible for Social Europe to have a secure future, because it depends, at this time, that not only Europe, but the whole planet, renounce barbarism and develop a common, shared, more human and social project.
According to the official report from Aguas Mendocinas, “due to the storms that occurred yesterday, mainly in the Agua de Las Avispas and Potrerillos area, the level of turbidity in the raw water entering the Water treatment establishments “.
In addition, they added in the statement that “the purification process could be affected and consequently could interruption of normal supply of drinking water in some sectors of the Greater Mendoza “.
For this reason, “the population is asked to make a highly supportive and responsible use of drinking water, in order to keep reserve levels stable.”
Angelina Jolie sells one of the most unique paintings in her collection, The Tower of the Koutoubia Mosque, painted by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1943. It is offered by Christie’s on March 1 with an estimate of 2.8 million euros.
In the heat of battle for the custody of his children, Angelina Jolie, who a few months ago threatened to move to London to get away from the bad influence of Brad Pitt, has decided to get rid of a box of Winston Churchill to be auctioned in the English capital on March 1.
The work in question, The tower of the Koutoubia mosque, could reach, according to the most optimistic estimates, 2.8 million euros during the bid that it has organized Christie’s on the outskirts of Buckingham Palace. It is a landscape that the British Prime Minister made during World War II as a gift to the then President of the United States Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Churchill resorted to the plenirismo of the french impressionists to reproduce an everyday moment of the Islamic temple during an uncertain day in late January 1943. After attending the Casablanca Conference, where a series of meetings were held to demand the unconditional surrender of the Axis Powers, retired to Marrakech, one of his favorite resting places. From the terrace of a suite at the Hotel Mamounia he caught the soft light of a winter sun and translated into pastel colors the sandstone bricks of the quibla wall, the arcade of the main entrance and, in the background, the majestic Almohad-style minaret that served as a model for the Giralda in Seville.
It was the only painting that was allowed to be made during the war, of course not for recreational or lucrative purposes, but strictly diplomatic. “The gift of the painting to Roosevelt underscores the fact that Churchill held him in very high regard, and points to their joint efforts to guide the Allied powers towards the outcome of World War II,” explains Nick Orchard, British art specialist from Christie’s, which is confident of breaking a collection record for a painting by the ‘premiere’. «The painting is possibly Churchill’s best painting due to the importance of the issue for him and the fact that it highlights the magnitude of the friendship between the two leaders.
After Roosevelt’s death in 1945, the painting passed from hand to hand for decades until it ended up in the window of the prestigious antiquarian MS Rau in New Orleans. There he must have seen it exposed Brad Pitt, who acquired it in 2011 as a gift to Angelina, from whom he would divorce five years later.
At the moment of separation, the catalog of works of art in the private collection of “Brangelina” was valued at 20 million euros based on the strength of the names that decorated the walls of their Californian mansion in Los Feliz and the Miraval Castle that they had acquired in the south of France as a gallery: Banksy, Richard Serra, Marcel Dzama, Dom Pattinson, Neo Raunch. ..
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Churchill confesses in his memoirs that the hobby of painting rescued him in moments of despondency without imagining that his paintings would reach astronomical figures (so far six figures). He began painting in 1915, when he was removed from the Admiralty after the disaster of the Gallipoli campaign in the First World War. “I felt great anxiety, and lacked the means to alleviate it; I had vehement convictions and no power to put them into practice,” he wrote in 1948. “I had to witness the unhappy loss of great opportunities and the ineffective execution of plans in which I firmly believed “.
The question that many are asking now is whether the 45-year-old actress would have resorted to the diplomatic safe-conduct of the Marrakech landscape to settle permanently in London. Awaiting the hammer’s verdict, Pitt and Jolie’s representatives are silent.
Ensuring a return to normalcy safely will not be an easy task for the Prime Minister of the UK, Boris Johnson. However, during his political career, the leader of the English islands has never had an obstacle that he could not overcome and normalization will not be one of them. Although the roadmap is still not very clear, the British Government has an innovative plan that could guarantee an end to the blockade and a return to everyday life.
Aimed at ending the third national confinement, the Government of Great Britain launch a pilot plan to test in a safe and monitored way the flexibility of sanitary regulations And the novelty is that it is with test subjects. That is, under the concept of being an experimental program, a specific group of volunteers will be allowed to attend parties, mass conglomerations, concerts and sporting events with a large influx of people to determine what measures are convenient for the country and which are not.
The intention of the State is that the tests and volunteering in general be paid, as a kind of work, and it is planned that in the coming weeks it will begin to recruit personnel, because the project begins between the months of March and April. These programs depend on the total or partial flexibility, since if the test subjects are proven to be a mass-spread infectious focus, they may not allow the opening del pas in May, or at least not quickly but progressively.
At the end of the pilot plan, it will be defined what should be opened first and what not, if the capacity should continue in a reduced way and if it is necessary to carry out night curfews like the one currently in force, whether or not it is a good idea to allow massive events in the nation and, finally, whether lockdown should be addressed progressively or not. Precisely for this measure there will be no short-term certainty. Everyone who wants to participate in the project will have to undergo medical examinations, specific evaluations and tests for the virus before and after going to an event.
A golden figure of former President Donald Trump, made in Rosarito (Mexico), attracts attention in the largest Republican conference in the United States, which has been dominated by Trumpist ideas since its inception this Friday in the city of Orlando (Florida).
In shorts and sandals, the new star of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), made of fiberglass in Mexico by American artist Tommy Zegan, looks like the Republican should walk through his Mar-a-Lago de Palm club Beach.
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Last February elections were called for the Councils of Spanish Residents Abroad (CRE). These organizations, unknown to those who live in Spain and, unfortunately, also to the majority of the Spanish population, are today the only body representing Spanish emigrants in institutions.
Spanish emigrants will be the third province of Spain in number of inhabitants (around 2.5 million), only in the United Kingdom there would be more than 300,000 according to the British Government, surpassing the main Asturian cities in population. We emigrants have no direct representation as Spain does not have an external constituency; In addition, we must remember that the requested vote complicates our basic democratic right: in the Catalan elections this month only 4.2% of emigrants voted.
The CRE are attached to the consulates, but neither these nor the Spanish institutions and media seem to show great interest in them. Due to the requirement for the creation of lists, the scarce promotion and ignorance of them, places with a large Spanish population such as Germany or the area attached to the London consulate lack representation.
In the absence of other institutions in which migrants can express our concerns and defend our interests, CRE are essential. In the UK we are trying to promote three CREs attached to the three consulates in the country. Abolishing the requested vote, getting Spanish institutions to help the supplementary schools where we teach Spanish to our children or defending our rights in the face of the Brexit threat are just some of our workhorses.
For all these reasons, it is necessary that from Spain both institutions and the media help us to make ourselves known, to have a voice and avoid being second-class citizens both in our host country and in the one that welcomes us.
A bridge located on National Route 40 and that connects the Mendoza towns of Luján de Cuyo and Tupungato, collapsed this morning in the middle of a strong storm that also caused damage in other parts of the province. Fortunately, because of the fact, no victims were registered.
The Civil Defense of Mendoza reported that the heavy rains caused the water to undermine the structure, affecting the defenses of the bases of the bridge located at kilometer 48 above Luján de Cuyo. “The mark exceeds two meters, which blew up the defenses of the bases of the piers that maintain the bridges,” explained the director of Civil Defense, Daniel Burrieza, to the daily MDZ. It happened around 4 in the morning on Saturday, when no one was circulating in the place.
Hours later, provincial and national hydraulic, infrastructure and road personnel went there to begin the first works to repair the damage. Meanwhile, an alternative road was enabled with a detour from Agrelo to Tupungato and vice versa.
«The bridge located over the Arroyo Los Pozos, on National Route 40, fell as a result of the storms, so Civil Defense and Highway personnel work in the area. Meanwhile, the traffic is cut off on Route 16 and RN 40, in both directions of circulation, and the detours are made by Provincial Route No. 86 “, reported the local authorities.
The strong storm caused damage.
Several witnesses who witnessed the collapsed structure recorded images and shared them on social networks. They also told about other consequences that the storm produced. In this regard, the Civil Defense indicated that 17 interventions were carried out in the different locations where the storm became more intense.
Both police and fire personnel worked together in the rescues. One of the operations was to evacuate two families in the department of Tupungato and another was carried out on Route 82, at the height of the second roundabout in Luján, where two trucks and a mobile home were stranded by an avalanche in the area.
«The storm caused cuts in cables, trees and lighting poles in the different towns. The phenomenon also occurred with strong winds and hail fall in places such as Cerro Nevado, Punta de Agua, Carmensa, Aguas del Toro, RN 40, height of the Rio Diamante, Los Reyunos, General Alvear, Bowen, Jaime Prat and El Devisadero » , indicated from the provincial Civil Defense.
For its part, the municipality of Tupungato published through its official networks different alternatives for drivers heading to the south of the province. «They must enter Tupungato by Route 86 to Los Cerrillos. In the same way, those who circulate from the south of the province and go to Greater Mendoza, must enter Tupungato by Route 88 to Zapata ». In any of the cases, it is recommended “to travel with caution through the streets and routes of the department.”
The weather forecast in Mendoza, foresees a lot of heat, cloud cover and storms of different intensities for the next few days, with temperatures that will range between 18 and 36 degrees. For today a “hot day with variable cloud cover and isolated storms, moderate northeast winds are expected. Possibility of severe storms in productive oases », says the part of the Climate Contingencies Directorate.
It is not the first time that a bridge of these characteristics has collapsed in Mendoza. A little over a year ago, a similar structure collapsed on the Los Chañares stream, at kilometer 3,244, between the towns of Anchoris and Tunuyán. Since then, there has been a bypass that prevents double circulation in the area. (Infobae)