Last quote by Carlos Marlasca
The main plots of the two protagonists take a back seat to allow Wim Wenders to put forward his particular perspective on solitude and absence. Submergence' will be one of 18 films competing before a jury led by actor John Malkovich.feedback
Sep 23 2017
Carlos Marlasca has been quoted 5 times. The two most recent articles where Carlos Marlasca has been quoted are Madrid tourism trade fair focuses on sustainable travel and Sense of deja-vu grips Spain. Most recently, Carlos Marlasca was quoted as having said, “This event is expected to generate around 240 million euros for the city of Madrid. It's the second most important tourism fair in the world after Berlin. The opening day saw intense activity by travel industry professionals, the only ones initially allowed access to the venue, before the public are let in at the weekend.”.
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Quotes by Carlos Marlasca
Jan 18 2017
This event is expected to generate around 240 million euros for the city of Madrid. It's the second most important tourism fair in the world after Berlin. The opening day saw intense activity by travel industry professionals, the only ones initially allowed access to the venue, before the public are let in at the weekend.feedback
Jun 27 2016
Neither the sabotage attempt tonight, nor the arrival of new political forces, not even the numerous corruption cases that have affected the PP during this last term have made a difference. Mariano Rajoy is the only leader that has come out stronger in these elections and now we will have to wait for the negotiations and see what they bring. All his rivals refuse the idea of supporting his bid to be Prime Minister again.feedback
Dec 21 2015
A parliament divided between the right and left is the result of Sunday's Spanish election according to Fernando Vallespín, Professor of Political Science at Madrid Free University. It is a result that expresses Spanish society's desire for democratic regeneration, but it makes the job of forming a new Rajoy-led government very difficult, does it not?feedback
May 13 2012
But this year, they're aiming their anger against the government of Mariano Rajoy, which is making deep cuts in the health and education budget. The protest organisers said they were not planning on camping overnight but warned that if the police use force, they might stage an overnight sit-in.feedback
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