Last quote by Vicenç Batalla
In communities like La Nucia, the two-party system is ending, where votes until now have always benefited the two major parties. The way voting goes in places like this, for the PP in power or the Socialists in opposition, will decide the make-up of the next government in Madrid.
Dec 15 2015
Vicenç Batalla has been quoted 7 times. The two most recent articles where Vicenç Batalla has been quoted are No solution 'in battle between Spanish and Catalan nationalism' and Tourism round-up for Southern Europe's under pressure economies. Most recently, Vicenç Batalla was quoted as having said, “President Mas has abandoned his initial plan for a referendum but is proposing another vote run by volunteers. Is it still possible to have a vote in November under such complicated circumstances?”.
Quotes by Vicenç Batalla
Oct 14 2014
President Mas has abandoned his initial plan for a referendum but is proposing another vote run by volunteers. Is it still possible to have a vote in November under such complicated circumstances?
Sep 23 2014
Tourism is Spain's most profitable sector. In August, visitor numbers reached new record highs. British, French and Germans filled the Mediterranean beaches. But there's constant fear about what happens if those countries' economies slip back into recession and those people don't have the money to travel.
May 09 2014
You're in charge of recruiting, and you haven't stopped hiring, in spite of the crisis. How have you managed to keep this up? How many people do you need each year?
Nov 26 2012
Outgoing regional president Artur Mas leaves significantly weakened by this poll, but other independence-oriented parties gained votes, so Mas can govern [again] and organise a possible referendum. What strategy is he going to adopt now?
Nov 23 2012
Mr Carnicer, you headed talks with Madrid aimed at improving funding for the region, but three years down the line, plans have been buried because the new government wanted a fiscal pact similar to the Basque country. What happened? How did things get so bad that Catalonia is now demanding separation from Spain?
Oct 22 2012
Predictions proved correct: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's Popular Party (PP) has reconfirmed its absolute majority in Galicia, and the Basque nationalists won a record score. Are we reading results from two different countries?
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