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Spain Seeks National Referendum To End Monarchy.

June 9, 2014


Posted on June 7, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

aaa-5Tens of thousands of Spain’s men and women marched in demonstrations calling for a national referendum to end the nation’s constitutional monarchy. This came after King Juan Carlos decided to hang it up after 39 years of crown-wearing. Evidently there is now an effort to rapidly name Carlos’ son Felipe as the new king before any referendum takes place. Seventy percent of the Spanish people are in favor of ending the monarchy/royal institution after some recent scandals involving the Carlos family.

A corruption scandal involving Juan Carlos’ daughter and son-in-law, the king’s high-priced elephant-killing trip to Botswana, the country’s continued economic problems, and basic human evolution have all joined to place Spain in the near future without a monarchy. Perhaps men and women reading this share the feeling when watching film of past and present kings, queens, and “royalty” that the “blue blood”…

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