29 Mar 2012, 19:57
WHAT?? you think the strike in Spain is because of the Cuban intelligence agency?? Are you high? you clearly have no idea what's going on in Spain right now. Their unemployment is way over 25% and over 50% in the youth.
29 Mar 2012, 21:03
AlmaAta, you will cease posting unsourced, ridiculous claims like the one above in my forum. You have been warned for your post, next complaint will be taken to the admins.
29 Mar 2012, 22:00
How big is the communist party in spain? Could they capitalise on the strikes?
29 Mar 2012, 23:34
The PCE is part of a larger coalition, called Izquierda Unida, which has more-to-the-left and more-to-the-right groups in it. They have a less than marginal following, but I hope that they will do better in the future.
The problem is that Spain has become largely a two party system between PSOE and PP (minus the nationalist parties in some of provinces). I hope that now that PSOE was ousted and as dissatisfaction with PP grows, people will look beyond the two.