>> Monday, 21 November 2011
Spain is the third southern European country in two weeks to see its government felled by the debt crisis in the euro zone, following Italy and Greece. It's been said that Spain voted massively the Popular Party in the hopes of alleviating the pain of Europe's debt crisis. Of course, noone sees the new government doing anything that goes against the market. The Socialist Party, which has governed Spain since 2004, has admitted defeat, but, in my opinion, who has lost more are the citizens, who voted with disappointment, not to mention those two orange stains on the map. Four long years ahead in Catalonia!