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« Reply #975 on: September 21, 2016, 08:07:18 PM »

I think the state visits to UK and Japan were postponed because at that time the political parties were claiming that it wouldn't make sense for the government to send the King and Queen to state visits with a new government in formation, but then it's almost a year without a government so it would be ridiculous if this kind of situation would affect Spain's diplomatic relationships with other countries. A couple of weeks ago in TVE, I heard they were going to recover their foreign agenda and that includes the postponed state visits  Banana but in the end it's a decision that comes from Moncloa  Roll Eyes
But if our president confirmed that Felipe finally accepted the invitation to come to Portugal for a state visit with Queen Letizia then the government decided not to postpone the visit.  Wink I'm curious to know how this state visit is going to be organized (the protocol) because F&L will be the first guests to make a state visit to Portugal since Marcelo's investiture. President Hollande was going to pay a state visit to Portugal when the tragedy in Nice took place, so he only stayed there for a couple of hours and there wasn't a state dinner in Queluz  Marcelo changed the protocol from day 1 of his presidency and he tends to like a more relaxed protocol so I bet the dress code is going to be a suit for Felipe and a cocktail dress for Leti  Wink
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« Reply #976 on: September 23, 2016, 04:24:00 PM »

Juan Carlos is going to represent Felipe once again in Latin America. On September 26th, JC is going to attend the Signing of the Final Peace Agreement between the Government of Colombia and the FARC in Cartagena, Colombia  Wink

Also in the agenda:
September 26th
HM the Queen -> Attendance at the round table held under the "Save Food Congress 2016" (another event as ambassador of FAO for nutrition)
Madrid

September 28th
TM the King and Queen -> Audience to Olympic and Paralympic athletes that participated in Rio 2016 and won medals or olympic diplomas
El Pardo Royal Palace, Madrid

September 29th
HM the King -> Credencial Letters
Royal Palace, Madrid

September 30th
HM the Queen -> Delivering ceremony of "Acci?n Magistral 2016" Awards and Opening of "Acci?n Magistral 2016" Meeting
Ciudad BBVA, Madrid
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« Reply #977 on: September 29, 2016, 01:28:50 PM »

Tomorrow, Felipe is going to attend the funeral of Shimon Peres. The minister of the Foreign Affairs is going with him
Felipe and Letizia meet him more than once

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« Reply #978 on: October 02, 2016, 09:03:55 PM »

Some news from the State Visit to Portugal in November: on friday, our President presided the inauguration of Joan Mir?'s exhibition in Serralves, Oporto. Our Prime Minister, Ant?nio Costa and Spain's President Rajoy were also there and our President of Republic granted during his speech that King Felipe was going to visit the exhibition during the state visit, so I think we've the first reveal of their itinerary. They're going to be just 40km away from where I live and last time they came to Portugal as Princes of Asturias (in 2012) they came to my home town, so I'm waiting  
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Last night, Pedro Sanchez, PSOE's secretary general and candidate to the election announced his resignation from the leadership as result of last sunday's terrible results in Galicia and Basque Country's election. During the week, more than half of members of the Central Committee resigned and he got no chance during yesterday's meeting in Madrid. Now there's going to be a team taking the leadership till a new leader is elected for the party. The chances of Rajoy's investiture increased a lot but we're going to need to wait for mid-end of October  Yes
It's very likely that Susana Diaz (President of Andalucia) wins the election for secretary general. Tough times for PSOE: the former Prime Minister Felipe Gonz?lez said he felt deceived by Pedro Sanchez, as he promised he wouldn't try to form an alternative government and that he would allow Rajoy's investiture during a second voting.
God knows what's going to happen in Spain, but by now we all know the political leaders need to form a new government till October 30th, if they don't want a third election in December.
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« Reply #979 on: October 03, 2016, 12:02:37 AM »

Yup. I read about all that online yesterday. Just read an article in NY Times about Spaniards warming up to life without a government.    3rd election will benefit the PP. I can't imagine PSOE wants another election. They've been losing votes in every election since December and now they're divided. They can't possibly think they'll fare better in another election.

I'm not a fan of Rajoy's. But Spain needs a central government. Otherwise, Catalonia will probably have a "Cexit".

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« Reply #980 on: October 04, 2016, 08:43:32 PM »

I think the state visits to UK and Japan were postponed because at that time the political parties were claiming that it wouldn't make sense for the government to send the King and Queen to state visits with a new government in formation, but then it's almost a year without a government so it would be ridiculous if this kind of situation would affect Spain's diplomatic relationships with other countries. A couple of weeks ago in TVE, I heard they were going to recover their foreign agenda and that includes the postponed state visits  Banana but in the end it's a decision that comes from Moncloa  Roll Eyes
But if our president confirmed that Felipe finally accepted the invitation to come to Portugal for a state visit with Queen Letizia then the government decided not to postpone the visit.  Wink I'm curious to know how this state visit is going to be organized (the protocol) because F&L will be the first guests to make a state visit to Portugal since Marcelo's investiture. President Hollande was going to pay a state visit to Portugal when the tragedy in Nice took place, so he only stayed there for a couple of hours and there wasn't a state dinner in Queluz  Marcelo changed the protocol from day 1 of his presidency and he tends to like a more relaxed protocol so I bet the dress code is going to be a suit for Felipe and a cocktail dress for Leti  Wink

Why do you have to be so sensible Nuno  Wink

Juan Carlos is going to represent Felipe once again in Latin America. On September 26th, JC is going to attend the Signing of the Final Peace Agreement between the Government of Colombia and the FARC in Cartagena, Colombia  Wink



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« Reply #981 on: October 04, 2016, 09:07:48 PM »

To be fair to JC or whomever decided to send him here, he is still very respected here. We don't get to know that much about his scandals here  Sweating
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« Reply #982 on: October 04, 2016, 09:12:31 PM »

No, no, I wasn't discrediting JC, I was trying to say that things didn't go as expected in Colombia when JC and the rest went to the signing ceremony. Sorry I wasn't clear! Smiley
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« Reply #983 on: October 04, 2016, 09:15:37 PM »

oh, sorry for misunderstanding  Blush

I understand what you mean, then. Official peace finally seemed so close  Sad
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« Reply #984 on: October 05, 2016, 11:07:14 AM »

Don't worry, it was my fault for not saying anything in my post.  Wink
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« Reply #985 on: October 10, 2016, 10:15:43 PM »

Javier Fernandez won King Felipe Award (the Most Outstanding Male Athlete)!  Banana I was disappointed he didn't win PoA for sports.

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« Reply #986 on: October 11, 2016, 12:04:11 PM »

Upcoming events on SRF's agenda  Wink

October 11th
TM the King and the Queen-> Annual Meeting of the Board of Cervantes Institute and subsequent lunch with the Patrons of the Cervantes Institute and the Latin American Ambassadors accredited in Spain
Royal Palace of Aranjuez, Madrid

October 12th
TM the King and the Queen, HRH the Princess of Asturias, HRH Infanta Sofia-> National Day Military Parade and Reception at the Royal Palace (in attendance only the F&L)
Madrid

October 13th
HM Queen Sofia -> Award ceremony of Queen Sofia Prize for Music Composition
Monumental Theatre, Madrid

October 14th
HM the King -> Audience to Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Holy See's Secretary of State
La Zarzuela Palace, Madrid

October 14th
HM the King -> Audience to Mr. Josep Mar?a ?lvarez Su?rez, Secretary General of the General Union of Workers (UGT)
La Zarzuela Palace, Madrid

October 14th
HM Queen Sofia -> Delivery of "An?nimo con nombre" award to Her Majesty the Queen Sofia granted by the jury of "Mano Amiga" Awards by the Alzheimer Association Le?n
Ciudad de Le?n Auditorium, Le?n

October 15th
TM the King and the Queen -> Delivery of the 65th "Planeta de Novela" Award
Congress Palace of Catalonia, Barcelona


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« Reply #987 on: October 11, 2016, 08:37:11 PM »

Update: Felipe is going to receive the political leaders at La Zarzuela between October 24th and October 25th. It's his last chance to try to nominate a candidate for PM before October 31st. It's very likely that we're going to have an investiture "in extremis"  Roll Eyes (all the situation is on PSOE's hands). If there's not a candidate that wins the confidence of the congress, Felipe is going to convoke again general elections for December.
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« Reply #988 on: October 15, 2016, 05:31:13 PM »

Update
Felipe is going to attend the Iberoamerican Summit in Cartagena, Colombia by the end of the month, even if it's going to coincide with the investiture debate (Casa Real confirmed and TVE made it public today)  Yes I don't know if Leti is going to travel with him because last time in Mexico there was no agenda for the first ladies/consorts because of all the polemic involving Angelica Rivera.

Tonight, F&L are going to be in Barcelona for the award ceremony of Planeta de Novela  Yes
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« Reply #989 on: October 22, 2016, 12:30:36 PM »

Sadly Letizia won't be going to Cartagena, but at least she'll attend a congress at WHO headquarters in Geneva on Monday.
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