Prensa Defending the Constitution against the Catalan Independence Challenge 

The chaired professor of administrative law. Head of the administrative law department at the Faculty of Law, Complutense University of Madrid, Germán Fernández Farreres, states that "what is at stake is more than the territorial integrity of the State, what is at stake is the preservation of the Constitutional Rule of Law, which took a huge effort to be built".

Prensa The force of Law

For a long time, we attend to the secessionist challenge of a few who, by using grossly the name of Catalonia, want to break away with Spain and thus the Catalonian community itself, since it is not uniform and not even majority the pro-independence sentiment of the Catalans, who most of them feel at the same time Catalans and, as such, Spanish. These days a lot has been said about the application of article 155 of the Spanish Constitution and the advisability of applying it or not.

Prensa The state of education in Spain

Do not expect anything. Regarding the state of education in Spain, it’s not like we’re entering Dante’s Inferno and someone must make us aware of what awaits us (in other words, what doesn’t wait for us: hope itself). It’s just that we’ve been in that hell for many years, and the illusion of a radical and true change has gradually disappeared following the frustrated or not even addressed reforms, the ideological stubbornness, a fundamentalism which alleged experts, who live from it, nourish like a sacred fire.

Prensa Elections in Ecuador: between democracy and authoritarianism

Something impossible for many was achieved in Ecuador on February 19th: the candidate of the opposition Guillermo Lasso reached a second round or ballot. Definitively, the situation is glimpsed as one of the hardest knocks to the Government of the Citizens’ Revolution. Lasso obtained 28.3% of the votes. It’s been made clear that 61% of Ecuadorians voted for an opposition which represents them.

Prensa Connection between the 'no' to the italian constitutional reform and the lack of leadership in Europe  

In a situation in which a problem of leaderships exists in almost all European countries, Italy is not an exception. Those who voted 'no' have said that they do not want inadequate rulers to manipulate the Italian Constitution. 

Prensa Defending the Constitution against the Catalan Independence Challenge 

10.11.2017. The chaired professor of administrative law. Head of the administrative law department at the Faculty of Law, Complutense University of Madrid, Germán Fernández Farreres, states that "what is at stake is more than the territorial integrity of the State, what is at stake is the preservation of the Constitutional Rule of Law, which took a huge effort to be built".

Prensa The force of Law

09.19.2017. For a long time, we attend to the secessionist challenge of a few who, by using grossly the name of Catalonia, want to break away with Spain and thus the Catalonian community itself, since it is not uniform and not even majority the pro-independence sentiment of the Catalans, who most of them feel at the same time Catalans and, as such, Spanish. These days a lot has been said about the application of article 155 of the Spanish Constitution and the advisability of applying it or not.

Prensa The state of education in Spain

03.29.2017. Do not expect anything. Regarding the state of education in Spain, it’s not like we’re entering Dante’s Inferno and someone must make us aware of what awaits us (in other words, what doesn’t wait for us: hope itself). It’s just that we’ve been in that hell for many years, and the illusion of a radical and true change has gradually disappeared following the frustrated or not even addressed reforms, the ideological stubbornness, a fundamentalism which alleged experts, who live from it, nourish like a sacred fire.

Prensa Elections in Ecuador: between democracy and authoritarianism

02.27.2017. Something impossible for many was achieved in Ecuador on February 19th: the candidate of the opposition Guillermo Lasso reached a second round or ballot. Definitively, the situation is glimpsed as one of the hardest knocks to the Government of the Citizens’ Revolution. Lasso obtained 28.3% of the votes. It’s been made clear that 61% of Ecuadorians voted for an opposition which represents them.

Prensa Connection between the 'no' to the italian constitutional reform and the lack of leadership in Europe  

02.09.2017. In a situation in which a problem of leaderships exists in almost all European countries, Italy is not an exception. Those who voted 'no' have said that they do not want inadequate rulers to manipulate the Italian Constitution.