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Every evening, 23 hours perusing the news of our European neighbors. Spain, Sweden and Scotland were at the event on 21 June.
In Scotland, the fear of the Delta variant is strongly present. The Scottish Prime Minister has announced a temporary ban on non-essential travel to the city of Manchester. In this region of northern England, the type of coronavirus is believed to be spreading faster than elsewhere. A measure which is therefore deemed necessary by the authorities. “I’m doing my duty, it’s something I take very seriously”, Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon explained. “I’m sure the mayor of Manchester feels the same way”, she added.
In Spain, a decision is debated. Spain’s prime minister has announced that his government will pardon nine Catalan separatists sentenced to prison for a 2017 secession attempt. “We will do it in the name of Concorde and with all our heart”, He insisted.
Finally, in Sweden, a no-confidence motion took place in the parliament. The prime minister, who has been in power since January 2019, was overthrown with an absolute majority, particularly because of his policy around housing. Unheard of in the country.
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