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After more than six weeks in lockdown due to the coronavirus, Spain begins the deescalation on Sataurday May 2nd, when a four phase process begins, which aims to bring Spain to a "new normal".
Barcelona and Madrid will continue in Phase I with some relief as both metropolitan zones can open shops without prior appointment and museums with reduced capacity as Lleida, Girona, Catalonia Central, Alt Penedès and Garraf will move to stage 1.
The autonomies reject opening schools from 0 to 6 years as the Government leaves the decision in Phase 2 to the communities, but they don't see either sanitary or legal guarantees.
Brussels lauches a plan to save summer that rejects quarantines as the EC wants to lift the controls between countries and that we mustn't discriminate against other Europeans.
Sánchez considers a final month-long continuation of the state of alarm as the president wants agreements with Cs and will try to recover his relationship with ERC, while Casado insists on returning to the ordinary framework.
Worry over the lack of plans for the coming school year as teachers and families criticise the opaqueness of the ministry and the councilry over the measures to apply and the necessary resources.
Sánchez refuses to accelerate the deescalation as Madrid, Valencia and Andalucia transmit their disgust at being totally or partly in Phase 0.
We Have A Future. Never Give Up.
Health allows half of Spain to enter Phase I but leaves Madrid out as the deescalation of Terres de l'Ebre, Camp de Tarragona and Alt Pirineu is accepted and the diagnoses go back to above 1000 after three days of improvement.
Crisis in Community of Madrid due to hurrying to advance Phase I as the director of Health resigns after the regional government decides to put economic considerations before health ones.
Fatherland: The Flute and the Lyre is an article by José Antonio, published in the second issue of FE on January 11th 1934, that aims to clarify what the Falange means by Spanish patriotism in the context of the calls for self-government in the Basque Country and Catalonia.
The Generalitat asks Barcelona to continue in the zero phase of the de-escalation as Foment warns that the delay could be "lethal" for the economy and calls to recover working life now and Madrid asks the Govt to let it advance a stage but not even Ayuso thinks it's ready.
Patria: La Gaita y La Lira publicado en FE, núm. 2 el 11 de enero de 1934.
The German Constitutional Court challenges the ECB and the European justice system as the German court threatens to block the plan to buy public debt and Lagarde replies that Luxembourg considers it legal.
Sánchez's preferred partners retire their support for the state of alarm as ERC moves to the vote against, PNV errs towards abstention and the Government warns Casado that if he rejects the extension, he will be "responsible for the chaos".