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The PSOE opens the cycle "brings" the talk on federalism (16/11/2012)

The federal government and other state have been the focus of the first discussion forum proposed by the PSOE Totana.

Over a hundred residents attended Thursday Totana the event organized by the PSOE in Sociocultural Center Jail.

The secretary general of the PSOE Totana, Andrés García Cánovas, and Professor, Department of Fundamentals of Legal and Constitutional Order of the Faculty of Law of the University of Murcia and a member of the Law Council of the Region of Murcia, Luis Alberto Gálvez Muñoz, inaugurated The project provides the first of the talks to be held in the municipality totanero.

This series aims to citizenship approaches current issues on the Spanish state and its impact locally.

Gálvez Muñoz began his presentation by stressing the difficulty of talking about a federal model and the future that has federalism in Spain, citing the current situation in Catalonia.

For the speaker, the question of "what characterizes the federal state", responded by clarifying that "it is unclear" citing as a reason the confusion about what can be seen or federal state, as they are changing patterns.

To Gálvez Muñoz, Federalism future passes to resolve the territorial issue, inaccurate in the Constitution, "to federate Spain, would have to partially modify the constitution."

On whether federalization of the Spanish State, appealed to the need for a clear consensus among the various political forces in this country.

After Question Time, in which Gálvez Muñoz clarified the doubts raised, García Cánovas thanked attendees participation, showing the full satisfaction and response capacity of the call totaneros.

Source: PSOE Totana

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