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“I did not have my best day, it is yet to be defined”

Maria CuestaFOLLOW, CONTINUESusana alcelayFOLLOW, CONTINUEMADRID Updated:02/07/2021 12: 00h Keep Related newsThe Minister of Social Security, José Luis Escrivá, has tried this morning to amend the mess that he generated yesterday by recognizing that the 'baby boomers' will suffer adjustments in the pension or, on the contrary, they will have to choose to work more. Asked about it during the presentation of the unemployment and affiliation data, Escrivá has acknowledged his mistake and insisted that the message he wanted to convey was one of "certainty" about pensions. «I have to admit that yesterday I did not have my best day and I did not convey that certainty about something that is yet to be defined. I probably did not express myself well or was misunderstood. They w...
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Grazyna Kulczyk: “People are hungry for art, especially on-site” | Culture

The businesswoman and philanthropist Grazyna Kulczyk in front of a piece from her collectionMagda wishesHe transformed a beautiful and peaceful valley in the Alps into a must-see destination for anyone interested in art. Grazyna Kulczyk, an elite patron who rarely talks to the press, was married to the successful businessman Jan Kulczyk, who died in 2015. She has excelled in finance and collecting on her own merits. It started many years ago, when she was a law student in her native Poland. As the soul of Museo Susch, which houses his private collection in a charming and atypical Swiss town for these purposes, located in the canton of Graubünden, Kulczyk has cultivated with a singular eye this set of pieces that has his stamp and that, however, is universal. And his stamp is that of...
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Education Gala in Elda

Axel alvarez Updated: 02/07/2021 10:48 See gallery> A hundred people attend the first edition of the AMPA Local Association gala in Quinta Lacy, which has had 28 nominees in five categories Education Gala in Elda A hundred people attend the firs...
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Cepsa celebrates the 20th anniversary of the restoration of La Laguna Primera de Palos

Cepsa celebrates the twentieth anniversary of the restoration of La Laguna Primera de Palos, a milestone in terms of sustainability in Spain. This project was the first voluntarily led by an energy company in our country with the aim of restoring a natural space. Located next to the Cepsa facilities in Palos de la Frontera (Huelva), these twenty years of coexistence demonstrate how a sustainable balance between industrial development, among other economic sectors, and nature conservation is possible. ...
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Chile | The ordinary citizens who will write the new Constitution starting this Sunday

Housewives, lawyers, environmentalists and community leaders will go from protesting in the streets against social inequality to writing the new Constitution of Chile. They represent the so-called "List of the People". There are 18 women and 9 men out of a total of 155 constituents elected equally, which includes 17 representatives of indigenous peoples.This Sunday, July 4, will be the first session of the Constitutional Convention, where the drafting of the new constitution will finally begin. The Government chose an open place, in order to avoid the spread of the coronavirus. The consultation of May 15 and 16 gave prominence to independents at the expense of traditional parties, six months before the national elections in November. The massive protests, which began in October 2019...
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Portugal clings to vaccination to escape Delta variant

A group of people queue up at a vaccination center in Lisbon. EFE In the vaccination center of the university city of Lisboa the queue seems endless. Hundreds of people wait their turn to be immunized outside the building, while police officers, firefighters and volunteers give directions to the newcomers and try to ensure sanitary measures. Inside, the pace is frantic. "We have extended the vaccination schedules on the weekend and now we are immunizing non-stop for ten hours a day," explains Gilherme Romana, ...
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‘The Match 4’ Golf Odds, Prediction for Phil Mickelson-Tom Brady vs. Bryson DeChambeau-Aaron Rodgers

"The Match" is entering its fourth edition, and this may be the most exciting since the original 2018 showdown between Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods. This year, Mickelson will be paired with Tom Brady, his partner from the second competition "The Match," and will face one of the best young golfers in the game, Bryson DeChambeau. His partner will be Aaron Rodgers, who sets up a second NFL MVP battle in the history of "The Match" (Brady vs. Peyton Manning was the first). Brady was named Super Bowl MVP in 2021, while Rodgers was named MVP of the 2020 NFL regular season.There will be a lot of action and intrigue surrounding these stars, and punters are sure to want to participate. There are some solid bets players can take advantage of, with more to come as "The Match 4" approaches.Here...
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Slovenia takes over the rotating EU Presidency under heavy pressure

EP Updated:02/07/2021 10:08h Keep Slovenia assumed the biannual Presidency of the European Union, amid calls for guarantee freedom of the press and cooperate with the new EU prosecutor's office, which monitors the use of funds from the post-pandemic recovery plan. At a press conference, the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der LeyenHe recalled that "trust is our most precious asset." It is about “trust in strong institutions, in an independent and efficient judicial system. Trust in a properly funded and free press. Trust that freedom of expression, diversity and equality are always respected, "he said.He mentioned the financing of the press because the Slovenian government recently decided withdraw the public endowment to the national agency STA, something o...
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COVID-19: Australia to halve passenger arrivals due to Delta variant risks

Australia plans to cut commercial passenger arrivals in half due to virus risks as parts of the country emerged from lockdowns on Friday.Australia will lower its arrival limit from 6,000 passengers per week to 3,000 by July 14 to ease pressure on hotel quarantine, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said after a meeting with state and territorial leaders.Australia already has some of the strictest border restrictions in the world aimed at keeping COVID-19 out of the country. The new restrictions add to obstacles faced by 34,000 Australian citizens and permanent residents stranded abroad and registered with the government who wish to return home.The government will charter more planes to repatriate Australians, but the reduced limit for commercial passenger arrivals could continue until next ...
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Home to the World by Amartya Sen Review: Creating a Nobel Prize | Autobiography and memoirs

TOMartya Sen was 18 when she diagnosed her own cancer. Not long after moving to Calcutta to go to college, she noticed a lump growing inside her mouth. He consulted two doctors, but his suspicions were mocked, so Sen, then an economics and mathematics student, searched a medical library for a couple of books on cancer. He identified the tumor, a "squamous cell carcinoma," and later, when a biopsy confirmed his verdict, he wondered if there were indeed two people named after him: a patient who had just been told he had cancer, but also the "agent". responsible for the diagnosis. "I must not let the agent in me go away," Sen decided, "and I couldn't, absolutely couldn't, let the patient take over completely."This self-division is characteristic of Home on the world - the "world" is h...