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The government could not have been more clumsy – to put it mildly – in drafting the extension of the state of alarm. Obsessed with approving a legal umbrella that would free Sánchez from making decisions and submitting them to Congress, it turns out that La Moncloa forgot the fundamental thing: that a period of six months is so long that anything can happen, including the need to decree a new home confinement.

The extension twists the law here and there to allow the autonomies and the Government to have their hands free to tighten the restrictions without having to go through the Cortes. A kind of blank check towards the future of dubious constitutionality with which Sánchez promised them … See More.

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