Some days you wake up to a glimmer of good news in the murk of crisis-hit Spain.
The investigating judge on the Bárcenas case sent police into the PP’s headquarters on calle Genova in Madrid last night. It looks as though the bill for renovating the party HQ a few years ago matches an amount in Barcenas’s ‘double accounting’, which would strongly suggest that the PP paid for this major construction project in cash. Cash it received in illegal and undocumented donations.
Now, I’ve lived here long enough to learn that a glimmer of hope can often turn into an oncoming train in the blink of an eye. But I’m also integrated enough to be able to take whatever pleasure I can from small moments such as this.
We’re doing Christmas at home this year for the first time ever. I plan to do some non-political stuff over at the other place. Unless the king abdicates, I might not be back on here until the new year. Bon nadal, merry Christmas and Nadolig llawen to all!
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You may not be so cheerful once you consider who would benefit. My dear friend Rosa makes Gallardón & Co. look like babbies in arms on the National Question (which, incidentally, has already been solved: http://naroh.es/sustitucat/).
Things might be easier if we had someone who didn’t even bother calling themselves a centrist in Madrid. He can make his father in law minister of defence, for all I care.