Esa es la conclusión a la que llega el autor del artículo en que se analizan los resultados de las últimas Elecciones Generales en el Reino de España. El trabajo, que aparece en la web del Maestrado en Estudios de nacionalismo de la Universidad de Edimburgo (Traducción automática) y está firmada por  David Marti Tomas,  Doctoral Researcher in Politics at the University of Edinburgh. BA in Politics (UPF, Barcelona) and MSc in Nationalism Studies (UoE).

Un interesante análisis de lo que está pasando en nuestro Estado.

Nationalism Studies – 24/11/2011 – Escocia

Spain’s 2011 General Election: One State, Three Nations

Spain held a general election last Sunday, 20th of November, amidst threats of economic intervention by the EU and under a dramatic economic crisis with unemployment rates matching the highest levels the country had experienced in the 1980s. It was not the best scenario for the party in government, the Socialist Party (PSOE), which had implemented unpopular policies, such as budget cuts in social services and a fast-track reform of the Spanish Constitution to limit public debt. The popularity of Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero was really low and the PSOE leadership decided that the former Deputy Prime Minister, Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba, should stand as a candidate instead to improve the party’s election results.

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