the topics of the day
Hello! A day marked by the murder begins this Wednesday in Algeciras and in which the retiree arrested for sending letters with pyrotechnic material will testify before the judge. But first, we leave you with some of the news for this Friday from the elDiario.es edition:
-Feijóo and Abascal encourage Islamophobic messages after the attack in Algeciras: Vox takes advantage of crime to spread xenophobic hoaxes while the PP leader considers that Christians no longer kill in the name of their religion. “How many will there be like him?” Santiago Abascal said, “For centuries he will not see a Christian kill in the name of his religion as other peoples do,” Feijóo said.
-The investigation points to the fact that the Algeciras attacker acted alone, erratically and that he used jihadist propaganda: the first steps of the investigation into the Algeciras attack point to the fact that Yassine Kanjaa acted alone, although it remains to be clarified whether he received indoctrination, whether he It deals with a recent radicalization process or, on the contrary, did they weigh, and to what extent, possible psychiatric problems in their performance.
-Eleven suicides a day turn on the alarms about mental health: the number of suicides is increasing. Since 2018, when 3,539 people died for it, it began to rise. In 2021, the last year with data, there were 4,003 people who proposed to take their own lives and succeeded, 13% more than three years earlier, according to INE data.
-Almeida will privatize three sports centers for 25 years with which the winning bidders will invoice 292 million euros: the City Council of the capital is preparing the construction of three sports centers in two districts of the city: in the neighborhoods of Cuatro Vientos (Latina), Ciudad de los Angeles and Butarque (Villaverde). They are going to be done using the model of privatizing their management over the next quarter of a century.
-PSOE and Unidas Podemos try to minimize their differences over sending tanks to Ukraine: PSOE and Unidas Podemos have different visions about whether or not to bring tanks to Ukraine. The leader of the purples, Ione Belarra, is against Spain contributing tanks to rearm Zelenski’s army, but avoids another political confrontation within the coalition.