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November 3rd, 2011

In Kiribati, for example, which is a UN member country and people walked a little loose. It is not a capricious desire or pilgrim. With three minutes longer than it takes to travel the hundred meter dash, could never represent Spain in the Olympics. However, as a citizen I guess a "either associate or full-a Kiribati mediopensionista would have more opportunities to do so. If it is legitimate to want to Artur Mas to compete under the flag of Andorra, why I could not do under that of Kiribati? I argued a friend of mine from the Basque Nationalist Party that such aspirations can not be exercised individually, but collectively as a people with a sovereign right to self determination. If so, for me that it is not. Will present to the council of my people Arias articulated a plan for submission to the will of the people democratically to all neighbors. In total absence of violence, of course.

It is a living plan that would insist that everyone vote in beautiful urns that could be designed by Santiago Calatrava or by Miquel Barcelo, so you can see that this is a progressive plan that looks to the future instead to remain anchored in the past. Partner made by democratic referendum of all citizens and the citizens of my town, I will propose that is not already in Kiribati, to avoid looking like crazy the archipelago on maps and encyclopedias. I suggest we do with the sultanate of Brunei, Kuwait or some other Persian Gulf oil emirate, which would amount meteorically our income per capita, if approved. In order to see that this is a legitimate democratic choice will be maintained dual citizenship, so that those who so wish, to continue to encourage uninhibited Raul, Pau Gasol, Juan Carlos Ferrero and Fernando Alonso. And nobody argues that this tort is a plan of rupture. Upside down: no one can deny the legitimate right of the residents of my people or my neighborhood, my block and up the portal from home, if I hurry "to decide freely their future.

Missing more. Enrique Arias Vega (Bilbao) is a Spanish journalist and economist. Graduated from the University of Stanford, has been writing almost forty years. His articles have appeared in most of the Spanish newspapers in the Italian magazine "Terzo Mondo" and in the newspaper "News of the World" in New York. Among other charges, has been director of "El Periodico" Barcelona, "advancement" of Salamanca, and the release of "ABC" in Valencia and CEO of Grupo Zeta publications and adviser to several media companies . In recent years, he has alternated his contributions to newspapers, radio and television to literature, having won several awards in both tasks, including national journalism them gourmet "a lvaro Cunqueiro" (2004), the Short Novel "Ategua" (2005) and the social journalism of Valencia, "Living" (2006). His recent books are a compilation of newspaper articles, "Spain and other impertinence" (2009) and one short story, "Nothing is what it seems" (2 008). He is the author, also, among other works, the novel "The Executive" (2006), which are already published three editions of "Going against the tide" (2007), "Valencia, between heaven and hell" ( 2008) and an anthology of sketches under the title "Personality of a lifetime" (2007). External Links: Review on "Global network of writers in Spanish"

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