The PSOE touches the sky of the CIS. The barometer for July (elaborated between the 1st and 11th of that month) of the Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas gives the socialists a victory in the general elections with a 41.3% in direct voting intention, a record in these polls -the socialists would be on the verge of the absolute majority-, in the days in which the first clashes with Unidas Podemos for the coalition government were aired. The same study of the center presided by the socialist José Félix Tezanos reflects that the ‘morados’ also rise -they climb to the third position- and that Ciudadanos -they would be relegated to the fourth position- suffers a sharp fall in the most agitated days of its internal crisis.
Despite the fact that in those days of July the rift between Pedro Sánchez and Pablo Iglesias began to be more than visible, with the PSOE even leaking that the leader of Podemos was demanding a vice-presidency, those surveyed who declared that they would vote for both parties rose from 39.5% in the previous month’s poll in the case of the Socialists and from 12.7% to 13.1% in the case of the ‘purple’ party. This prospect does not reach the veto to Iglesias and his step aside and the total rupture after a frenetic final negotiation ‘in the face of a dog’ that led to the failed investiture.
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“European Regional Development Fund – Withdrawal of financial assistance – Exclusion of expenditure incurred by the beneficiary of the assistance – Article 24 of Regulation (EEC) No 4253/88 – Obligation to state reasons – Application ex officio.”
Centro informativo per la collaborazione tra le imprese e la promozione degli investimenti in Sicilia SpA (CIS), established in Catania (Italy), represented by A. Scuderi and G. Motta, lawyers,
Regarding the TBC as a modality of compliance with the RPSIM, the consequences of non-compliance must be connected with the sui generis nature of suspension that STS 603/18 grants to the TBC imposed in application of art. 53 CP. The Supreme Court understands that “we are faced with the imposition of a custodial sentence, since this is how art. 35 of the CP qualifies the so-called subsidiary personal liability for non-payment of fines. And when it says that this penalty can be ‘fulfilled’ by means of community service, it does so as an agreement of the judge or court ‘with the prior consent of the convicted person’. That is to say, it is a case of suspension of the custodial sentence subject to that condition accepted by the convicted person”.
In this case we are not talking about suspension, but rather that the TBC constitutes a direct and principal penalty, since there is no place for a prison sentence of less than three months (since the reform of the CP by LO 15/2003, the minimum duration of the prison sentence goes from six to three months).
The PP, boosted by the conventionFor its part, the PP would obtain one of the best results in the recent historical series of the opinion pollster led by José Félix Tezanos. From the 20.5% estimated vote that the CIS gave it in September and the 20.8% it achieved in the 2019 elections, Pablo Casado’s party reaches a vote estimate of 22.1%. In this case, it could be deduced that the party’s national convention, which also coincided with the polling period, served to boost the aspirations of the main opposition party.
The president of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado, is nine tenths behind Sánchez, at 3.5, while Inés Arrimadas once again surpasses the popular leader with a 3.7, thus rising one tenth with respect to the previous month. Santiago Abascal repeats as the worst rated with a 2.8.
As usual, the CIS has also asked about the concerns of citizens. In the October barometer, the main problem is once again unemployment, but its 6-point increase compared to the previous month stands out (from 19% to 25%). The second most mentioned problem is the economic crisis, which, with 13.4%, remains at similar levels to October. Also noteworthy is the drop in concern about the coronavirus, which fell from 12.3% (third place) to 5.3%.