If so, by me that it is not. I will submit to the City Council of my people articulated a plan Arias to be democratically subject to the will of the people of all the neighbors. In the absolute absence of violence, by course. It’s a plan of coexistence which, I insist, would all vote and all in a few precious urns which could be designed by Santiago Calatrava or by Miquel Barcelo, so you can see that you it’s a progressive plan that looks towards the future rather than remain anchored in the past. Jobs to associate us by democratic referendum all the citizens and the citizens of my town, propose it already with Kiribati, to prevent them searching like crazy the archipelago maps and encyclopedias. I will suggest that we do so with the Sultanate of Brunei, Kuwait or any other oil emirate in the Persian Gulf, with what would be meteoricamente our income per capita, case to be approved.
So you can see that you it’s a legitimate democratic choice, dual nationality, will be maintained to allow those who so wish can continue to encourage without complexes to Raul, Pau Gasol, Juan Carlos Ferrero and Fernando Alonso. And nobody arguya torticeramente this is a breakup plan. Upside: nobody can deny the legitimate right of the neighbors of my people or my neighborhood, my Apple and up to my house portal, if you press me to freely decide their future. It of course. Enrique Arias Vega (Bilbao) is a Spanish Economist.
Graduate of Stanford University, he takes writing almost forty years. His articles have appeared in most of the Spanish newspapers, Terzo Mondo Italian magazine and newspaper news of the world in New York. Among other positions, has been director of the newspaper in Barcelona, the advancement of Salamanca, and the edition of ABC in the Valencian Community, as well as director general of Grupo Zeta publications and Adviser to several media companies. In recent years, he has alternated his collaborations in press, radio and television with the literature, having won several awards in both tasks, among them the national gastronomic journalism alvaro Cunqueiro (2004), the short novel Ategua (2005) and the journalism social in the Valencian Community, live (2006). His last published books have been a compilation of press articles, Spain and other importunities (2009), and another short story, nothing is what it seems (2008).