Euro Weekly News ask reader on the Costa del Sol his opinion on the possible extension to the State of Alarm

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Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has urged the public to 'keep calm' despite the recent lockdowns. Credit: Twitter

Euro Weekly News ask reader on the Costa del Sol his opinion on the possible extension to the State of Alarm

EURO WEEKLY NEWS spoke to expat Allan Cobb from the Costa del Sol, to ask his opinion on the possibility of an extension to the State of Alarm in Spain.

“This could be a complete game-changer. Nationalist parties from the Basque Country and Catalonia have already stated they will vote against it. The only possibility Sanchez has is if the PP seconds his proposal and they have already said they think there is no need for an extension.”

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He went on to point out that “If the State of Alarm is not extended, apart from causing an institutional crisis the phases which were announced would not be valid, and after May 11 each region would have to implement their own de-escalation.”

“Andalucia, for example, is run by the PP and their proposal was more ambitious with the opening of businesses, on the other hand, the Valencian region is run by PSOE and theirs would be more in line with the main government.”

 





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