Immoral Gestation
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Immoral Gestation

Immoral Gestation

The fact that a government is legit from a technical point of view, doesn’t mean that is an ethical government. It doesn’t avoid a government to be judge when it starts to govern, not before. And that it is analysed by its acts, not by the expectations.

Another matter is the contrast between the rush for the investiture and the calm to form a government. And the subsequent trickle of propaganda names. Until yesterday, PSOE had a solitary government and from today – well, yesterday – they were left with no other choice but to share it.

Pedro Sánchez consummates the final – and total – defeat of the barons who once disputed him the PSOE’s drift. And it had been accomplished by the one who contributed the most to spread that a coalition with Podemos supported by Esquerra Republicana would be seen as a step towards the apocalypse.

From there, the immorality, not the illegitimacy.

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