Revilla: Cantabria resists pessimistic winds | People

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Peter Kavinsky

Cantabrian President Miguel Angel Revilla stressed on Cantabrian Day that despite the fact that he and his supporters live in “very difficult” times, when “very few” dare to speak about what will happen, with “pessimistic winds and catastrophic thoughts” , he and his government refuse and refuse to believe in this pessimism.

In a speech in which he recalled that the autonomous community is “absolutely consolidated” since it is “permanently irreversible” to cease being an autonomy, he stressed that they have built an “ideal couple” that should combine pride and protection of their “little country called Cantabria” with “loving and protecting our great country called Spain.”

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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