metalocus, JOSÉ JUAN BARBA
A few weeks ago jumped on the news media that the directors of TVE (group formed by different parties and unions) wanted to have priority access to what news would be issued on the tvnews, this desire to interfere in the freedom of the press provoked surprise of many people and some resignation,. Now comes (not the first and I fear not the last) the case of interference in the management of the Niemeyer Centre in Avilés, Asturias.
With the vague idea that if I pay I have a right to my opinion must to have more influence, we see how the Centre is about to close, after six months of its inauguration. Instead of considering the non-interference and to seek its self-management brightest, from now on I will tell my doctor how he should perform the operations or I will tell the police, that walk around mi street, I'll tell them where to go on patrol because I pay my taxes, I want to interfere directly, it is truly absurd, right? No, this is happening again and no one seems alarmed.
I leave the two-page article in El Pais today, for more information (only in Spanish).
¿Cómo es posible que cierre un complejo de 44 millones de euros, pagados por el Principado, a los seis meses de su apertura? ¿Por qué desimantar abruptamente un polo que ha atraído a la ciudad a un millón de turistas en medio año? ¿Está en condiciones la villa de prescindir, megalomanías incluidas, de las visitas de sospechosos habituales del centro como Woody Allen, Kevin Spacey, Brad Pitt o Wole Soyinka?