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The professor of the University of Seville Manuel Medina has been exposed in the municipality of malaga, to Marbella that “federalism is the stage of maturity of the autonomic state, the logical result of the natural evolution,” adding that “despite what you may believe, you can improve the integration of the Spanish state”.

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The professor of the University of Seville Manuel Medina has been exposed in the municipality of malaga, to Marbella that “federalism is the stage of maturity of the autonomic state, the logical result of the natural evolution,” adding that “despite what you may believe, you can improve the integration of the Spanish state”.

This is what has been reported from the University of Malaga (UMA) in a press release, in which they have indicated that it has concluded the second day of the Summer Courses has started in the headquarters of Marbella and Vélez-Málaga, organized by the General Foundation of the UMA with the sponsorship chief of Santander Universities and the collaboration of both city councils. Around 200 students are enrolled in the six courses that are held this week.

In the course ‘The challenge of the Constitution: autonomy, federalism, independence’ Medina has explained the aspects of the Magna Carta that could be modified to move towards a federal state “that would overcome the inefficiencies of the current model of autonomous regions”.

In this regard, Medina has pointed out that one of those lines of reform-fundamental “would convert the Senate into a real chamber of territorial representation” that had mandatory intervention to approve the basic legislation of the State, with the aim of ensuring that the autonomous communities have a political margin of manoeuvre effective in the development of the databases.

Finally, in reference to the issue of Catalonia, the professor mentioned that “the Constitution already recognizes the existence of different nationalities”, so that “it would not be necessary an amendment to article 2 that requires greater complexity, and might opt for a reform simpler.”

CHANGE IN THE ECONOMIC MODEL

The economist José María Gay de Liébana has expressed, in the framework of the course ‘The post-Brexit: opportunities political, economic and citizen’ that although the economic recovery “is consolidated in Spain think of the future” and improve.

Gay de Liebana has commented that tourism in Spain is a “tourism loan”, which this year will be 84 million visitors but that is still with the same model as 50 years ago: “This economic model has to change,” he said.

For this reason, the discloser believes that the current recovery is cyclical, seasonal, “without a solid foundation”. “We have to think of the industrialization of Spain, today it has 12 percent of its GDP in industry, a very low rate which should be 20 percent,” he explained.

On the impact of ‘brexit’ in strategic economic sectors, Gay de Liebana has said that this time, this decision is not impacting on the Spanish economy, but “yes there is Spanish investment in the United Kingdom who are already resentful”.

THE NETHERLANDS AND URUGUAY AS MODELS FOR THE REGULATION OF CANNABIS

The research program on Drugs and Democracy, the Transnational Institute, Pien Metaal, within the course ‘Policy on cannabis. New models of regularisation’, has exposed the details of one of the most popular models at the international level, the case of the netherlands, a pioneer in regulate the consumption of cannabis.

According to Metaal, the experience of regulation in this european country shows that in these years of application, the legal sale has not increased the consumption, and has allowed a greater control over the quality of the product and the way in which it is consumed because it has direct access to the people who buy the substance, which can prevent misuses and abuses in the market.

Also, the researcher has defined the regularisation as the best way to address this matter in a transparent manner and an effective means to address the illicit markets, with the aim of reducing the impact of practices undesirable, such as drug trafficking.

Subsequently, the corredactor and legislative counsel in the approval of the Law on Regulation and Control of the Marijuana Market in Uruguay, Diego Silva, has predicted that the regularisation of cannabis “will be a reality in the western world in a period of ten years because of the current situation so requires”.

VÉLEZ-MÁLAGA

In Vélez-Málaga, the president of Cermi –Spanish Committee of Representatives of People with Disabilities, Luis Cayo Good has been invited to participate in the second day of the course ‘local social Services in reconstruction’, where it reflected an analysis of the reality of social rights in Spain, their legal regulation and practice and the role of the social services.

In this sense, concludes that it suffers from a deficit of regulation rules in constitutional matters. “One of the proposals where we insist on the policy agenda would be a constitutional reform that would declare as fundamental rights, social rights,” he said.

On the other hand, it has also added as a key problem “lack of competences in social services from the central Government,” and that this exclusivity transmitted to the autonomous communities produces an “imbalance unfavourable”.

Among the most vulnerable groups, Cayo has highlighted the so-called “new poverty” as a face, consolidated, intensified by the economic crisis and that did not used to go to the device of public aid and social services, and formed by people located in the beginning in the middle class.

On the other hand, in the course ‘Advances in forensic science’, the doctor at the Fundación Cudeca, dedicated to palliative care in patients in the terminal phase, Monica Lopez, has made two interventions that have tried the different options in terms of planning for the last few days of life.

Lopez has sustained, since his professional experience, that euthanasia is not the option most demanded among patients. “Medical science managed in the last decades palliative care”, has had an impact. “At the current moment what our society needs is precisely optimum resources in these care”.

He has also treated the concept of ‘living will’, a tool that allows you to register to the people “what they want when,” in the words of the health, “their lives are stretched”.

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