Mundo Celta por José Antonio Sierra

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Business Over Tapas May 11 2016 Nº 160

Xornal de Galicia  12 Mayo 2016  Sección; Especiales 373 votos

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Editorial:

Two stories below, from Time magazine and The Telegraph. The first provides a ‘conservative estimate’ putting the British in Spain close to 850,000 souls, while the second tells us of ‘an estimated 761,000 Britons living in Spain’.

Who makes these estimates we hear so much about?

Business Over TapasMay 5 2016 Nº 159

Xornal de Galicia  05 Mayo 2016  Sección; Especiales 330 votos

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Spanish society is becoming wound up in another battle – this time it’s not about employment, honest politicians, nationalism, sexual equality or vice – but rather for the status of animals. It is centred on the bulls, naturally enough, since Spain is one of only a few countries in the world where you will still find la tauromachía practiced, but also increasingly around the ethical treatment of other creatures.

Business Over Tapas April 28 2016 Nº 158

Xornal de Galicia  28 Abril 2016  Sección; Especiales 422 votos

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Editorial:

With everyone blaming everyone else (here, here, here and here), it’s almost certainly new elections then for Sunday, June 26th (the King has until May 1st to approve some improbable political solution). Will people vote for the same party (a poll says that they will), or perhaps another party this time, or might they just stay at home, fed up with the whole sorry process, allowing a change in the results...? Best of all (which no one seems to be asking) – what will happen if we reach another stalemate?

Business Over Tapas April 21 2016 Nº 157

Xornal de Galicia  21 Abril 2016  Sección; Especiales 580 votos

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Down in Almería, an area which has never had much of a train service (just the slow daily creak to Madrid via Linares) and with its second provincial line closed down in the eighties (through Albox and Zurgena and on towards Pulpí and Lorca) through lack of public interest, it’s a wonder that the Almerians should be so keen on having a high-speed train: an AVE. Is it for the kudos, the high demand from passengers, or perhaps just another link to be completed in a secondary route across the country? There’s the longest twin tunnel in Andalucía – currently bricked up as we debate whether to reduce the eventual service from Almería to Murcia to just one line of track (and when will they build the AVE the other way – Almería to Granada?).

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Asunto: Carta de despido del gestor cultural del Instituto Cervantes de Dublín en 1994. Todos los partidos políticos de irlanda se interesaron por el despido.

Carta de despido del Gestor Cultural del Instituto Cervantes de Dublín en 1994
Sentencias del Tribunal  de lo Social Nº 27 y la Sala de lo Social del Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Madrid. 
Todos los partidos políticos de irlanda se interesaron por el despido.

Business Over Tapas March 14 2016 Nº 156

Xornal de Galicia  14 Abril 2016  Sección; Especiales 505 votos

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Editorial:

Last week’s attempt to form a government between the PSOE, Ciudadanos and Podemos was not really in with a chance – as the two smaller parties are incompatible. Now the final attempt to pull something from the fire, a PP Rajoy-led government with the support of Pedro Sánchez holding a Vice-presidency (madness if the PSOE agrees – since any supporter of that party would ask – is this what I voted for?), mixed with – why not? – Ciudadanos support. The Ciudadanos – a kind of ‘right-wing lite’ – meanwhile suggests

that Rajoy should give way to a different PP candidate in order to attract PSOE support.

Rinden homenaje a Rubén Darío en Turku, Finlandia

Xornal de Galicia  13 Abril 2016  Sección; Especiales 590 votos

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Académicos y estudiantes de Filología se dieron cita en el campus de la Universidad de Turku, en Finlandia, para homenajear al Príncipe de las Letras Castellanas, Rubén Darío.

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José Antonio Sierra

Business Over Tapas April 7 2016 Nº 155

Xornal de Galicia  07 Abril 2016  Sección; Especiales 522 votos

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Editorial:

It would seem that the secretive offshore accounts that have so plagued the tax collectors are now beginning to come to an end (at least, as we know it). Those tax-free accounts in the Caymans, Andorra, Panama, Gibraltar and twenty other small countries, railed against but never plugged by the tax authorities and benignly ignored by the world’s most powerful (many of whom, of course, have a very good reason to change the subject) are now beginning to be brought to light by leaks, whistleblowers, hackers, investigative journalism and the Internet. This week as is now known, 11.5 million (most private) documents were made public in various media in what is known as The Panama Papers (here in English at the Süddeutsche Zeitung).

LA CULTURA ESPAÑOLA EN IRLANDA

Xornal de Galicia  03 Abril 2016  Sección; Especiales 335 votos

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El abulense José Antonio Sierra, profesor y promotor de instituciones culturales en Irlanda
 
Fué el creador del Instituto Cultural Español en Dublín 
 
 
José Antonio Sierra Lumbreras es un abulense que lleva viviendo 27 años en tierras de Irlanda. En este país ha desarrollado una importante labor para la difusión de la cultura española.

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El Instituto Cultural Español/Cervantes de Dublín, Irlanda, inició sus actividades en 1972 dando prioridad desde sus comienzos a la promoción del libro y de la lectura en español entre sus líneas de actuación.

Business Over Tapas March 31 2016 Nº 154

Xornal de Galicia  31 Marzo 2016  Sección; Especiales 502 votos

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Business over tapasEditorial:

Two subjects continue to worry residents in Spain: the broken government and the fallout from a possible ‘Brexit’.  The first continues to limp towards probable fresh elections in late June, as cries of ‘...y tú más’ (Roughly, ‘Oh yeah? Well you guys are even worse than us’) are still heard between competing party spokespeople. Meanwhile, as we wait for another important vote in late June – the UK referendum to stay in or leave the European Union – another catchphrase has become prominent, used by both sides (the leavers and the stayers) as they play on our nerves: ‘you’re scaremongering’

they say.

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