The Hemicycle has been given the Metaverse face. Spanish politics thinks they live in the real world—something that isn’t quite so obvious—and act accordingly. The Heroes of the Lower-Case Political Metaverse Feel Their Debate Those are real discussions. He believes that the legislature is going down the drain, although it is not at all genuine. They talk to the audience as if history was starting every week, as if the government was about to fall every day, as if every hour a piece of Spain was torn from the map, as if society was in permanent disintegration, and still is like Alberto Nez Feijo One sat in the deputy seat, without remembering that he was a senator. The chairman of the PP took part virtually in the presence of the head of government escandalo pegasus, PSOE and Sanchez addressed Feijo from the stage as if he were there. Spokesman, Kuka GamraIt looked like an avatar to him.
From Davos, where the Metaverse is much talked about, the Parliamentary Metaverse visits the President Sanchez To pass the bitter drink – another one, and are you going? – To listen to the bad opinion that each of the parliamentary spokespersons have. Only PSOE cares for that. It cannot be said that Sanchez is going through his best phase as president. It’s even possible to say—without the metaverse that it’s worth it—that it’s going through one of its worst times. Not because the pandemic was better, but because there is no clear path to this crisis now. Nor dark. Moncloa decided to have transparency on CNI and risks losing transparency. Sanchez was forced to admit that he did not know that some of his investment partners were being spied on by the CNI. It is not known which one is worse. If he knew… or if he didn’t, he told her Ettore Esteban, Hence this dead end road.
Things have to look pretty bad for the president to go to Congress talking about CNI and start blaming PP for the recording. villarejo who is publishing the newspaper Country, Reprehensible, yes, but almost politically harmless for the current pp.
probably because the debate about Pegasus It was held at a time when political-media tensions over the issue had eased, with the metaverse visible on both sides of the hemicycle more than ever before.
There is a less clear path out of this crisis for Sanchez than for Covid
Conservative opposition and government allies agreed with the clear belief that Sanchez is a slave who lives on his knees. Although they differ in identifying the owner of the person occupying Moncloa. To PP, Ciudadanos and Vox, the president kneels before friends of separatists and terrorists, while libertarians, and a little bit of Podemos, watch Sanchez deep state and bound by sewers. The public can choose. The traitor of the country, or the coward in front of the bunker. Either they have grabbed him by the seats, or the Moroccan secret services are blackmailing him by Shara.
The parliamentary metaverse overflows with scoops of coarse words. Thus, Sanchez refers to the testosterone of the president of Vox, and Santiago Abascal He replies that it makes no sense to criminalize the much needed male hormone. And what was the debate about? It doesn’t matter. Abascal serves as the head of the opposition without Filter, with the permission of the gang member, Isabelle Diaz Ayuso, Vox deputies are crazy about Abascal’s rhetoric, and probably his voters too. Anything other than treating Sanchez as a messenger from Hell to annihilate Spain is typical of lazy people.
He announced legal reforms on the CNI and the Law of Secrets. But on the eve of the election campaign the Metaverse was not for the bullshit. He came to his point. Virtually no speaker responded to Sanchez’s offer to reform the CNI and official privacy law.
Sanchez would like to be in another metaverse. But there it is. Its parliament is hostile to the right, left and middle. Till then ins arimadas, who continues to hold central seats, wants to be like Abascal. In the session on CNI I used the same concepts as Vox. Or it’s just that they sounded the same.
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