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ΤΟΥ Δρ ΑΘΑΝ. Ε. ΔΡΟΥΓΟΥ
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Athanasios Drougos
 ΑΓΝΩΣΤΟ ΠΟΥ ΟΔΗΓΟΥΝΤΑΙ ΤΑ ΠΡΑΓΜΑΤΑ...
1) ΙΔΙΑΙΤΕΡΑ ΔΥΣΚΟΛΗ Η ΕΦΑΡΜΟΓΗ ΤΟΥ ΚΑΤΑΣΤΑΛΤΙΚΟΥ ΑΡΘΡΟΥ 155 ΤΟΥ ΙΣΠΑΝΙΚΟΥ ΣΥΝΤΑΓΜΑΤΟΣ.
2) ΜΕΧΡΙ ΣΤΙΓΜΗΣ ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΓΙΝΕΙ ΚΑΠΟΙΑ ΚΙΝΗΣΗ ΕΚΔΙΩΞΗΣ ΑΠΟ ΤΙΣ ΘΕΣΕΙΣ ΤΟΥΣ ΤΩΝ ΚΑΤΑΛΑΝΩΝ ΕΘΝΙΚΙΣΤΩΝ.ΟΙ ΕΘΝΙΚΣΤΕΣ ΔΗΛΩΝΟΥΝ ΟΤΙ ΘΑ ΕΜΠΟΔΙΣΟΥΝ ΤΟΥΣ ΜΑΔΡΙΛΕΝΟΥΣ ΝΑ ΕΙΣΕΛΘΟΥΝ.
3) ΤΗΝ ΔΕΥΤΕΡΑ ΑΡΧΙΖΕΙ ΔΕΚΑΗΜΕΡΗ ΑΠΕΡΓΙΑ ΠΟΥ ΕΞΗΓΓΕΙΛΕ ΜΙΑ ΑΠΟ ΤΙΣ ΙΣΧΥΡΟΤΕΡΕΣ ΕΡΓΑΤΙΚΕΣ ΕΝΩΣΕΙΣ. ΟΙΠΛΕΙΣΤΟΙ ΔΗΜΟΣΙΟΙ ΥΠΑΛΛΗΛΟΙ ΘΑ ΣΥΜΜΕΤΕΧΟΥΝ...
4) Η ΑΝΑΠΛΗΡΩΤΗΣ ΠΡΩΘΥΠΟΥΡΓΟΣ ΤΗΣ ΙΣΠΑΝΙΑΣ ΣΟΡΑΓΙΑ ΝΤΕ ΣΑΝΤΑΜΑΡΙΑ ΘΑ ΑΣΧΟΛΗΘΕΙ ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΚΑΘΗΜΕΡΙΝΟΤΗΤΑ ΣΤΗΝ ΚΑΤΑΛΟΝΙΑ.
5) ΜΕΧΡΙ ΤΩΡΑ ΕΚΤΙΜΗΣΕΙΣ ΦΕΡΟΥΝ ΟΤΙ ΑΚΟΜΑ ΚΑΙ ΑΝ ΓΙΝΟΥΝΕ ΚΑΝΟΝΙΚΑ ΟΙ ΕΚΛΟΓΕΣ ΤΗΣ 21ΗΣ ΔΕΚΕΜΒΡΙΟΥ, ΣΕ ΓΕΝΙΚΕΣ ΓΡΑΜΜΕΣ ΤΑ ΠΟΣΟΣΤΑ ΤΩΝ ΚΟΜΜΑΤΩΝ ΘΑ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΠΕΡΙΠΟΥ ΤΑ ΙΔΙΑ.ΟΙ ΚΑΤΑΛΑΝΟΙ ΑΠΟΣΧΙΣΤΕΣ ΘΑ ΥΠΕΡΤΕΡΟΥΝ ΛΙΓΟ ΤΩΝ ΑΛΛΩΝ.ΕΝΩ ΕΧΟΥΝΕ ΠΡΑΓΜΑΤΟΠΟΙΗΣΕΙ ΤΟΥΣ ΤΕΛΕΥΤΑΙΟΥΣ ΜΗΝΕΣ ΜΙΚΡΑ ΚΕΡΔΗ...
6) ΚΑΠΟΙΑ ΓΡΑΦΕΙΑ ΤΩΝ ΚΑΤΑΛΑΝΩΝ ΣΕ ΜΑΡΟΚΟ-ΒΕΛΓΙΟ ΚΑ Η ΜΑΔΡΙΤΗ ΑΠΟΦΑΣΙΣΕ ΝΑ ΤΑ ΚΛΕΙΣΕΙ.
A 10-day general strike has already been called by one of Catalonia’s biggest unions in support of the new republic of Catalonia, starting on Monday. Some of the region’s 200,000 civil servants have already said they will not accept orders from Madrid.
Beyond the sweeping assumption of powers, Madrid took wider aim at the project of Catalan statehood pursued by the regional government. Among other orders, it dismantled informal embassies set up by Catalonia in countries from Denmark to Morocco, and dismissed a tribunal set up to investigate rights abuses during the 1 October referendum, when Spanish police were widely criticised for their use of force.
Rajoy has also dissolved the regional parliament and called elections for 21 December, with a 15-day campaign period laid out in the new orders.
Spain’s deputy prime minister, whose official title is vice-president of the government, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaria – who has managed the government’s response to the Catalan crisis – will run Catalonia on a day-to-day basis until then.
It is not clear whether legislators who supported the independence declaration will be able to run for office again, but polls suggest that a new election would return a similar parliament to the one that proclaimed independence. A slim majority of seats would be held by pro-independence parties, but they would still receive less than half of the popular vote, Associated Press reported.
Catalan opponents of independence are often described as a “silent majority”, and government polls in the run-up to the October referendum suggest their ranks swelled slightly in recent months.
On Sunday they will hold a long-planned march in support of remaining part of Spain, and turnout is likely to be watched closely, as a barometer of anti-separatist sentiment, although numbers may be swelled by demonstrators joining from other parts of Spain.
The region has been officially self-governing since its statute of autonomy was signed in 1979, as Spain returned to democracy following the death of dictator Gen Francisco Franco.