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Andalusia. I ‘lebbrosi’ di Vox conquistano 12 seggi.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2018-12-05.

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«Vox has been derided as far-right and populist, anti-immigrant and anti-Islam»

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«Is Europe seeing a nationalist surge?»

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«Five parties winning seats in the 109-seat parliament:

– The Socialists: 33

– The conservative People’s Party: 27

– The center-right Ciudadanos party: 20

– The far-left Podemos party and its allies: 17

– The anti-immigrant Vox party: 12» [Fonte]

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«The Socialist Party has ruled Andalusia for 36 years. It still won more than any other party – 33 seats – but not enough for a majority even with potential left-wing allies»

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«Tough on immigration, Vox could be a kingmaker in a coalition in Andalusia»

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A questo punto è davvero debito di giustizia ringraziare la fattiva opera di Mr Macron e di Frau Merkel.

Senza la loro perseverante dedizione all’ideologia liberal socialista il trionfo elettorale di ieri due dicembre sarebbe stato impossibile.

I ‘lebbrosi’ di Vox hanno conquistato dodici seggi alle elezioni regionali in Andalusia, da sempre roccaforte rossa e sono adesso ago della bilancia.

Eterna riconoscenza dovrebbe essere doverosamente estesa ai media liberal socialisti, che si confermano essere i migliori alleati dei sovranisti, populisti, o ‘lebbrosi’ che dir si voglia.

Se perseverassero imperterriti, alle prossime elezioni europee allora si fa cappotto.

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Consigliare i dubbiosi è opera di misericordia spirituale.

«Is Europe seeing a nationalist surge?»

Ebbene, sì, cari amici giornalisti della Bbc: i lebbrosi sono alle porte e vi stanno alitando sul collo.


Bbc. 2018-12-03. Spain far-right Vox party gains foothold in Andalusia election

A far-right party has won seats in a Spanish regional election for the first time in decades.

The Vox party took 12 parliamentary seats in Andalusia on Sunday, beating expectations that it would win five.

Tough on immigration, Vox could be a kingmaker in a coalition in Andalusia.

Its breakthrough is the latest in a nationalist surge that has swept across Europe. Many had thought Spain was immune because of memories of life under a fascist dictatorship.

France’s far-right leader Marine Le Pen tweeted (in French): “Strong and warm congratulations to my friends from Vox, who tonight in Spain scored a meaningful result for such a young and dynamic movement.”

The Socialist Party has ruled Andalusia for 36 years. It still won more than any other party – 33 seats – but not enough for a majority even with potential left-wing allies.

Rise of nationalists vowing to ‘make Spain great again’

Million rally for Catalonia independence

Is Europe seeing a nationalist surge?

The conservative Popular Party (PP) came second, though it also lost ground.

Its national leader Pablo Casado said he hoped to put together a coalition in the region with Vox and the centre-right Ciudadanos (Citizens) party, which also made big gains in the election.

Between them, the three parties hold a majority of seats.

The southern region of Andalusia – Spain’s most populous – has high unemployment and is the main arrival point in Spain for migrants crossing the Mediterranean.

The regional result is a major setback for Spain’s new Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. This is his first poll test since he came to power after the ruling PP were ousted by MPs in June over a corruption scandal.

Correspondents say there has been speculation for months that Mr Sanchez could call a snap early national election to coincide with regional and European polls next May, but the Andalusia result would seem to give him little incentive to do so now.

Who are Vox?

Founded in 2014, the party has struggled to make an impact on Spain’s political landscape.

Vox has been derided as far-right and populist, anti-immigrant and anti-Islam but its leader Santiago Abascal believes its recent surge of support is because it is “in step with what millions of Spaniards think”.

Its leaders reject the far-right label, insisting it is a party of “extreme necessity” rather than extremism. Its overall support for Spain’s membership of the EU, it says, differentiates it from many populist and far-right movements across Europe.

The party proposes to “make Spain great again” and critics have described its ideology as a nationalist throwback to the dictatorship of Francisco Franco.

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