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1. Casado stands before Ayuso and will not advance the regional congress. The notices from Genoa to stop the debate on the future congress of the PP in Madrid, which is neither called nor has a fixed date, have been of no use. Two weeks before the party’s national convention, an absolute priority for Pablo Casado with the aim of reinforcing his project in the second part of the legislature, Isabel Díaz Ayuso has completely overshadowed that internal appointment and has managed to attract all the spotlights, after announcing his candidacy to preside over the party in Madrid, with a manager since Cristina Cifuentes resigned in April 2018. Casado has flatly rejected Ayuso’s pressure to advance the congress and will maintain the planned calendar, as confirmed by popular sources.
2. Armengol humiliates IB-Salut and orders to reopen the case of the doctor who spoke in Spanish. The Catalan crisis does not end within the Balearic Government. After the Health Service (IB-Salut) closed the investigation inside and exonerated the doctor from the Son Pisà de Palma health center accused of committing a «linguistic aggression» against a 79-year-old patient for speaking to her in Castilian, President Francina Armengol on Monday forced the health department to reopen the case. In this way, the socialist took a position on the side of her nationalist partners in Més, disavowing the Ministry of Health led by her fellow party members and pillorying the director general, Juli Fuster, whose position is now on the table.
3. The administration’s delinquency strangles SMEs and the self-employed. The rebound in government defaults to suppliers became a time bomb in the 2008 financial crisis and was the cause of the closure of a third of the companies that disappeared. Today, delinquency remains one of the serious problems that SMEs and the self-employed in Spain have to face, an obstacle that can severely compromise their economy and, in the worst case, their viability. And the situation is now more dramatic due to Covid and the situation that exists in the delicate Spanish business ecosystem, which is still in ruins and registering levels lower than those of February 2020 in terms of active companies. Currently, Spain has 62,451 fewer businesses than before the pandemic.
4. The Police did not arrest Pollo Carvajal until the DEA gave his exact address in Madrid. General Hugo Carvajal, former head of Venezuelan intelligence with Hugo Chávez, remained on the run from November 2019 until last Thursday, September 9, when he was arrested by agents of the National Police in a flat on Torrelaguna Street, in Madrid. That same day, at 07:58 AM, the DEA, the United States anti-drug agency, sent a report to the UDYCO (Drugs and Organized Crime Unit) in which it provided the exact address of the house where he was hiding. Pollo Carvajal, number 123 of the aforementioned street, in addition to the floor and the door. With this information, the Judicial Police sent an official letter to the Investigative Court number 21 of Madrid -in duty of guard- in which it requested the order of entry and detention, which was authorized.
5. The immigration mafias: Greece shields itself from the Afghan exodus. An Afghan is known in all the ‘refugee’ camps in Greece for getting the best forged passports that will allow asylum seekers to reach Germany, Sweden or any other European country. «If you want to buy it, you can get it in Omonia Square, in the heart of Athens; also in the cities of Thessaloniki and Patras. Interested parties contact the supplier by Telegram ». This is confirmed to ABC by a volunteer who enters and leaves one of those camps every day. His version coincides with the harsh reality of the conversations captured by the Police between immigrant hostages of the human trafficking network dismantled these days in Greece. The operation, in which 15 people have been arrested, has helped investigators to better understand the evolution of the ‘business’ of illegal human trafficking between Asia and Europe, an activity that the eventual Afghan exodus will only spur on during the years. next months.
6. A new edition of the Champions begins. The old original idea of the French newspaper ‘L’Equipe’ in constituting a European Champion Clubs Cup in 1956 has splintered. That format designed to define the best team on the continent, which in the restructuring of 1992 was called the Champions League, retains the sporting force because it continues to enthroned the best club in Europe. But the Champions no longer convinces some rich people. The distribution of income was put into question with the unfortunate process of the birth of the Super League, which died before seeing the light. Today the group stage of the Champions begins and that background noise of the Super League seems far away. Neither Madrid nor Barcelona nor Juventus give in in their claims to establish a new competition that provides a closed club preserve with more than 4,000 million per season. Higher figures that draw the new landscape of the Champions League and the clubs. Small soccer companies are now multinational entertainment companies competing with Netflix, HBO or Amazon.