Catalonia celebrates National Day demanding independence

On the occasion of the National Day celebration in the region in Catalonia, Spain, the independence associations have mobilized its citizens urging them to support the referendum of November 9th for independence from Spain. For the third consecutive year, hundreds of people have...

Spain begins to generate employments after the crisis

In the last 12 months, for the first time since the start of the economic crisis in Spain, employment grew for 192,400 people, according to official data. “We managed to stop the bleeding of unemployment. Our economy has gotten back to neat job creation,” said the...

Rajoy will represent Spain at the investiture of Varela

Mariano Rajoy, President of Spain, will be responsible for representing his country at the investiture of the new President of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela, on July 1. Until now, it was Philip VI, who in his position of heir to the Spanish Crown represented Spain ...

Guillermo Lasso and Mariano Rajoy met in Spain

On last April 22, the former presidential candidate and leader of the opposition movement CREO, Guillermo Lasso met with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries. During the conversation, Lasso asked President Rajoy to...

Rafael Correa: “In 2017 I’ll retire”

In an interview with news agency EFE, President Rafael Correa stated that “for now I will retire in 2017.” However, he also stressed out that “he has the immense responsibility of ensuring this political project ” called the “Citizens’...

Correa seeks to include Ecuador in Multiparty Trade Agreement from the EU

The Spanish President, Mariano Rajoy, today reiterated the support of Spain to Ecuador negotiations to join the Multiparty Trade Agreement of the European Union with Colombia and Peru after meeting Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa, who is in Spain since Tuesday. Rajoy and...

Spanish economy is in “change cycle” according to Rajoy

After two years of intensive reforms, according to Mariano Rajoy, President of Spain, his country is “in a change of cycle” and has passed from recession to growth, although employment and reducing unemployment continue to be issues to be solved. Under the optimistic...

Obama congratulates Rajoy for “progress” in his economy

The president of Spain, Mariano Rajoy, on his first visit to the White House, tried to impressed Barack Obama with the pseudo idea of ​​an improvement of the Spanish economy. Obama congratulated Rajoy for his “progress,” but also reminded him of the “huge...