DigameXtra No. 2217 Wed., March 23rd, 2022 – Special Spain In Crisis Issue

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{ Translations by www.DeepL.com/Translator }

Dear Readers, as we are having several crises hit us simultaneously, I have decided to include 2 rather long news articles that discuss the situation in some depth. -Ed.


Six-Way WHAMMY- Agricultural protests, transport strikes, war, energy crisis, Covid and the Sahara fiasco bring legislature to a critical juncture: {Translation} 22/03/2022 15:33. Long article, but important info.
(Could  food, petrol or electricity rationing be on the horizon? PM Sanchez and the progressive leadership need to fix as much of this as they can, as fast as they can, or we could see a strong national swing of support to the right wing conservative parties, who may not be as supportive of services for foreigners as the current leadership. -Ed.)
-The Government’s mismanagement of the galloping rise in inflation following the Russian attack on Ukraine and the unilateral decision to hand over the Sahara to Morocco have brought the investiture to a critical point. This is what the bulk of its investiture partners and parliamentary allies have warned the government on Tuesday, demanding that it change the ‘drift’ it has entered if it does not want to remain ‘alone’ in Congress.
-On the one hand, there is weariness with the unilateralism with which the Executive is adopting its decisions: a complaint that has been repeated since the beginning of the legislature but which now joins the frontal rejection generated by the 180-degree turn towards the Sahara throughout the parliamentary arc, or the sending of arms to Ukraine in some groups such as Podemos and Bildu.
-On the other hand, there is deep concern about the economic and social situation. The government’s partners understand that the government is not gauging the situation correctly and their warnings focus on the government’s failure to act and listen to the sectors most affected by the rise in fuel prices. In this context, there is fear of a worsening of the situation over the next few days, leading to serious problems of shortages, which in turn fuels social unrest.
***The partners, against the PSOE***
-Bildu’s spokesperson in Congress, Mertxe Aizpurua, warned that the situation on the streets is “unsustainable” and urged the government to “take action on the matter as quickly as possible”. Following this thread, the Basque spokeswoman demanded that the Socialist leader be “faithful to what he said he was going to do, to his government pact and his electoral programme” and warned him that if he continues to break his promises “he will be doing himself and the citizens a disservice”.
-His ERC counterpart, Gabriel Rufián, also acknowledged that the legislature is at a “critical” moment and focused on the Sahara issue. “The doubt is in exchange for what (Sánchez) has exchanged his principles”, he questioned. “You cannot abandon a people in the middle of the desert without giving explanations”. However, the Republican has given the government some more breathing space by pointing out that for them it was worse “how the negotiation of the labour reform was handled”, although he has squeezed UNO Podemos and urged it to consider its role in the coalition.
-In his opinion, the “toads” that the PSOE is forcing it to swallow are so many and of such magnitude that it should “reflect” on whether the members of this party are “more useful” to the people on the left outside or inside the Executive. With regard to the protests in the countryside, and with a view to the meeting that ERC will hold tomorrow with the government, Rufián has said that he will ask for “a big tax” on electricity companies and large fortunes for a direct aid fund. “Either the left gets its act together or the only thing left is Vox”, the pro-independence MEP warned.
***Podemos’ justification***
-Within the coalition, Pablo Echenique, from Unidas Podemos, regretted that the Socialists are distancing themselves from the majority of the investiture with ERC and Bildu. “When they want to increase military spending and abandon the Saharawis in the hands of the Moroccan dictatorship, it is inevitable that the PSOE is moving away from the majority of the investiture: this is not an opinion, it is information”, warned Echenique.
-Echenique also insists that the coalition government is not in danger because his party’s role is fundamental in tackling the energy crisis resulting from the war when the partners are moving towards right-wing policies. It is precisely this argument that they use to respond to the ERC’s statements, which cast doubt on their usefulness in the government.
-The spokesperson for Unidas Podemos considers that admitting Morocco’s greater autonomy over the Sahara is an “absolute mistake” and says that they will work to reverse Pedro Sánchez’s decision by putting pressure on the nationalist and pro-independence parties. Both Unidas Podemos in the government and the parliamentary group are very focused on the measures of the decree to alleviate the damage to the economy caused by the war in Ukraine, which will be approved on the 29th. “The economic consequences of the invasion of Ukraine are very serious and this week is decisive to approve measures to protect families and the most affected sectors”, Echenique insisted.
***A critical moment***
-For his part, the PDeCAT spokesman, Ferrán Bel, considered that although this legislature has been full of “key” and “difficult moments” – extensions of the state of alarm, European funds or labour reform – the current situation has “no precedent”. “Not even with the pandemic can a parallel be drawn with what awaits in the coming weeks”, he warned.
-Bel, however, has not focused so much on the short as on the medium term and has warned the government that this time the problem is not so much in the specific parliamentary arithmetic but in “the economic moment that may arise”. “It is going to be very difficult not only for the government but also for citizens and parliamentary groups,” he predicted.
-In a similar vein, the spokesman for Compromís, Joan Baldoví, defined the political moment as “especially complicated” and “the most critical of the legislature”. The Valencian politician criticised Sánchez for acting as if “he had an absolute majority” when it is his partners who make it “possible for him to be president of the government”. At the same time, the leader of Más País, Íñigo Errejón, has branded the government’s attitude as “suicidal” for giving the flag of the protests to the extreme right. “A progressive government cannot afford the luxury of not listening”, he charged.
***The PP: “Adapt to the situation”***
-The PP spokeswoman in Congress, Cuca Gamarra, has criticised the fact that in this context of growing unease among the population, the Government continues to increase spending with 22 ministries. “It is necessary for the Spanish government to adapt to the country’s economic situation”, said Gamarra, adding: “This is costing Spaniards a lot of money”.
-The PP spokeswoman has directly called for an end to Irene Montero’s Ministry of Equality and for its policies to be developed through other departments. “To ask for the disappearance of the Ministry of Equality is not to ask for the disappearance of equality policies”, Gamarra defended.
-Vox has also defended this idea of reducing the coalition government this Tuesday through its spokesman Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, it is also a measure that the party has been demanding since PSOE and Unidas Podemos signed the government pact. Vox also advocates ending subsidies to political parties. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/espana/abci-protestas-campo-guerra-y-sahara-llevan-legislatura-momento-critico-202203221312_noticia.html


Large companies in the food sector warn of a collapse in supply due to the stoppage of transport: {Translation} :22/03/2022 15:54
-The indefinite strike by transporters is already straining the entire supply chain, especially in the agri-food sector. Numerous companies and cooperatives have been forced to temporarily close their plants due to the lack of both packaging and raw materials. This includes companies such as Calvo, Azucarera, Cuétara, Dcoop, JaenCoop, Agrosevilla and feed mills. In addition, large dairy and brewing multinationals admitted today, Tuesday, the risk of shortages of products for final consumption and the imminent halt of operations in their factories. Specifically, Danone warned that within 24 hours it will be forced to temporarily interrupt its activity in its four dairy product plants, as well as in the three natural mineral water plants it has in Spain.
-For its part, Lactalis today highlighted the “extreme” situation at its factories due to the transport protests and called for “dialogue”. In the brewing sector, the situation is also at a limit and close to shortages. In this scenario of shortages, Heikenen warned that if the situation continues, it will not be possible to serve beer to commercial outlets, bars and restaurants.
-If an agreement is not reached in the next few hours, Danone warned that it will be forced to take the “drastic decision” to stop the milk collection process and, as a consequence, the production process in its factories. It will also stop the subsequent transfer of finished product to food distribution chains. “This will lead to the interruption of the supply of both natural mineral water and dairy products at national level,” the company warned.
-In a note, Danone remarked that, until now, it has made every effort to maintain all its activity within normality “despite the difficulties caused by a difficult and very tense context”. However, the upsurge in stoppages is already beginning to affect the supply of essential raw materials for its products, such as whole milk and cream.
-In the case of the Lactalis Group Spain, its CEO, Ignacio Elola, denounced that “the milk plants are not receiving plastic, paper, cardboard, pallets or ingredients to prepare and package this essential foodstuff and the finished product is accumulating while the expiry date is running out as it is a perishable product”.
-The dairy industry has been at a standstill since Thursday 17 March due to the impossibility of manufacturing dairy products and then transporting them in lorries to supermarkets. The National Federation of Dairy Industries (Fenil) announced last week that it was forced to suspend its activity as a result of the indefinite strike by the transporters. Fenil warned at the time of the suspension of milk collection from livestock farms and the risk of “supplying products that are nutritionally basic in people’s diets, such as milk and dairy products”.
***No beer served***
-In the same vein, Heineken España also expressed its “great concern” about the impact that the transport stoppage is having on its operations. The brewery warned that if the situation continues, it will not be possible to serve its products to retail outlets, bars and restaurants, nor to stock up on raw materials due to the “violent” pickets that are preventing the company’s normal operations.
-The Cerveceros de España employers’ association warned a few days ago that the indefinite strike by the transporters would have an impact on the supply of beer, especially on the mainland, both in the distribution channel and in the on-trade”. In this sense, they highlighted the blockades being carried out on deliveries to supermarkets “given that deliveries to logistics platforms are being obstructed”.
***A “state problem”***
-Faced with the worsening of the strike, the business associations representing the large-scale consumer and primary sector (ACES, Agri-food Cooperatives, Aecoc, Anged, Asedas and FIAB) today considered it of the utmost urgency to put an end to a transport strike that “is already a state problem”. For this reason, from the value chain of the large-scale consumer sector, they called on the organisers to stop coercing the rest of the sectors, preventing them from carrying out their activity. The organisations also urged the government not to waste a single second in the implementation of the transport aid plan.
-“Faced with this situation, the distribution companies are working to adapt their assortment, trying to replace those products that are not reaching the point of sale with other alternatives, so that consumers can make their purchases as normally as possible”, the associations stressed in a note sent to the media.
-If unemployment continues, the damage to a sector that provides the Spanish economy with more than 4.5 million jobs and 20% of GDP could be irreparable, according to these business associations. The consumer goods sector put the losses in the first week of stoppages at 600 million euros with more than 100,000 jobs at risk. Each day of protests means an extra cost of 130 million euros “to be able to transport and redistribute food to points of sale throughout the country and avoid supply problems”, the FMCG value chain explained. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/economia/abci-danone-advierte-inminente-ruptura-suministro-toda-espana-paro-transporte-202203221121_noticia.html


Unions call on the Canaries to take to the streets this Wednesday to protest the “deterioration” of life: Trade unions, groups and associations have called on Canarian society to this Wednesday, March 23, take to the streets to protest the “deterioration” of the living conditions of all citizens who “sees with astonishment and enormous concern the increase in the monthly bills of the
electricity, gasoline, food, housing or transportation”. Full article: https://spainsnews.com/unions-call-on-the-canaries-to-take-to-the-streets-this-wednesday-to-protest-the-deterioration-of-life/


At least 12 arrests made during ongoing Nerja drugs raids: Around 70 officers have been involved in the operation which has led to four vehicles and quantities of hashish, cocaine and cash being seized.
The searches were carried out in a number of blocks of flats in the town, in the area around Avenida Antonio Ferrandis ‘Chanquete’ and next to the municipal sports centre, among others. The investigation is still ongoing and more arrests are expected in the coming hours. Photo:E.Cabezas. Full article: https://www.surinenglish.com/malaga/axarquia/arrests-made-during-20220322142721-nt.html 


Putin’s Bombers Could Devastate Ukraine But He’s Holding Back. Here’s Why: As destructive as the Ukraine war is, Russia is causing less damage and killing fewer civilians than it could, U.S. intelligence experts say.
-Russia’s conduct in the brutal war tells a different story than the widely accepted view that Vladimir Putin is intent on demolishing Ukraine and inflicting maximum civilian damage, and it reveals the Russian leader’s strategic balancing act. If Russia were more intentionally destructive, the clamoring for U.S. and NATO intervention would be louder. And if Russia were all-in, Putin might find himself with no way out. Instead, his goal is to take enough territory on the ground to have something to negotiate with, while putting the government of Ukraine in a position where they have to negotiate.
-“The destruction is massive,” a senior analyst working at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) tells Newsweek, “especially when compared with what Europeans and Americans are used to seeing.” But, the analyst says, the damage associated with a contested ground war involving peer opponents shouldn’t blind people to what is really happening. (The analyst requested anonymity in order to speak about classified matters.) “The heart of Kyiv has barely been touched. And almost all of the long-range strikes have been aimed at military targets.” In the capital, most observable to the west, Kyiv city authorities say that some 55 buildings have been damaged and that 222 people have died since February 24. It is a city of 2.8 million people. “If we merely convince ourselves that Russia is bombing indiscriminately, or [that] it is failing to inflict more harm because its personnel are not up to the task or because it is technically inept, then we are not seeing the real conflict.” In the analyst’s view, though the war has led to unprecedented destruction in the south and east, the Russian military has actually been showing restraint in its long-range attacks.
-“I know it’s hard … to swallow that the carnage and destruction could be much worse than it is,” says the DIA analyst. “But that’s what the facts show. This suggests to me, at least, that Putin is not intentionally attacking civilians, that perhaps he is mindful that he needs to limit damage in order to leave an out for negotiations.”
-As of the past weekend, in 24 days of conflict, Russia has flown some 1,400 strike sorties and delivered almost 1,000 missiles (by contrast, the United States flew more sorties and delivered more weapons in the first day of the 2003 Iraq war).
Full article: https://www.newsweek.com/putins-bombers-could-devastate-ukraine-hes-holding-back-heres-why-1690494


Biden Says ‘There’s Going to Be a New World Order Out There and We’ve Got to Lead It’. Now what could go wrong with that?


New High-Severity Dell BIOS Bugs Affect Millions of Inspiron, Vostro, XPS, Alienware Device Systems: The high-severity vulnerabilities are rated 8.2 out of 10 on the CVSS scoring system. “The active exploitation of all the discovered vulnerabilities can’t be detected by firmware integrity monitoring systems due to limitations of the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) measurement,” firmware security company Binarl, so antivirus software is ineffective.
-A number of Dell products, including Alienware, Inspiron, Vostro line-ups, and Edge Gateway 3000 Series, are impacted, with the Dell recommending customers to upgrade their BIOS at the “earliest opportunity.” Full article: https://thehackernews.com/2022/03/new-dell-bios-bugs-affect-millions-of.html
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Microsoft source code breach may be much bigger than we thought- A huge gift to hackers:
-After allegedly gaining access to Microsoft’s Azure DevOps source code repositories over the weekend, the South American-based data extortion hacking group Lapsus$ has now made some of the company’s internal files available online.
-In a recent post on Telegram, the group shared a screenshot of Microsoft’s Azure DevOps account to show that they had hacked one of the company’s servers which contained the source code for Bing, Cortana and a number of other internal projects.
-Now though, Lapsus$ has made the source code for over 250 Microsoft projects available online in a 9GB torrent. According to the group, the torrent itself contains 90 percent of the source code for Bing and 45 percent of the source code for both Bing Maps and Cortana.
(With this new data now public, new hacks will be developed that are beyond the scope of anti-virus programs. Microsoft will release patches when available, so it is now more important than ever to keep your Windows computers fully updated. -Ed.) Full article: https://www.techradar.com/news/the-microsoft-source-code-breach-may-be-much-bigger-than-we-thought

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