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Fortune
Spain's Parliament Is Still a Mess After Repeat Elections8 of its 40 seats, along with almost 400,000 votes). Pablo Simón, a visiting p
Spain's Parliament Is Still a Mess After Repeat Elections
Fortune / Posted 4 days ago
8 of its 40 seats, along with almost 400,000 votes). Pablo Simón, a visiting professor of political science at Madrid’s Carlos III University suggests that Brexit-inspired fear and Rajoy’s call for voters to make their votes “useful” by voting... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Spotlights LGBT films in Film FestivalBaños (Cuba) with a speciality in directing. He also received his Masters in Sc
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Spotlights LGBT films in Film Festival
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 6 days ago
Baños (Cuba) with a speciality in directing. He also received his Masters in Screenwriting for Film and Television by the Carlos III University and a BA in Communication Studies from the University Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. Feature Program -... Read more
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EuroNews
Spain desperate for jobs and a functioning governmentBackbench (Backbench_UK) June 8, 2016 Pablo Simon, is a Professor of Political
Spain desperate for jobs and a functioning government
EuroNews / Posted 9 days ago
Backbench (Backbench_UK) June 8, 2016 Pablo Simon, is a Professor of Political Science at Carlos III University: “The new government will have a lot of problems. On the one hand we have to remember that the economy... Read more
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BBC News
Will Spain's lost months of politics come to an end?parliament "It does look like no-one wants to make a deal with anyone," says P
Will Spain's lost months of politics come to an end?
BBC News / Posted 9 days ago
parliament "It does look like no-one wants to make a deal with anyone," says Pablo Simon, a politics professor at Madrid's Carlos III University. "But I think this is basically down to electoral strategy because all the parties accept that there... Read more
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