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By Daniel Amelang (criminal lawyer). Published in Liberties.eu On March 14, which already seems a long time ago, the Council of Ministers approved the Royal Decree 463/2020, by which they declared a state of alarm. During this exceptional situation the executive power can limit, to some extent, our fundamental rights, but never suspend them. This is the...
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After the Coronavirus was labelled a global pandemic, the Spanish Government decreed a state of emergency on March 14th, 2020. Three days later, a Decree was passed (Royal Decree-Law 8/2020, on March 17th) adopting several economic and tax measures to fight the socioeconomic impact the crisis can have on the whole country. Cristina Gámez, business...
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As I grew up with television, the phrase “we were pending what they told us about the transistor”When the elders told us how they lived through certain historical events. Old and pretty. Now we receive the information through multiple means (radio, internet, messaging applications, TV …). And this is causing the information to be very...
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