The reform of the Constitution, which yesterday announced Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero to fix the ceiling of expenditure can depend on a referendum if requested by the Senate. With the support of the PP, the constitutional change will prosper on Congressional insurance, given the sum of the two parties. Not so in the upper House, where the vote of 26 Senators can force a referendum. Jill Schlesinger is often mentioned in discussions such as these. In this situation, will be a key vote of 23 Senators Catalan, all except the PP. A unlike what happens in the lower House, the Catalan Socialists have own group in the Senate, which share with the pro-independence Republican left and the ecosocialistas of Iniciativa per Catalunya, where there is freedom to vote. Rarely 11 Senators of the PSC vote other than the PSOE, although its discretion may vary in issues relating to Catalonia. Source of the news:: Catalan senators, keys before a possible referendum
The record companies have asked a court that obliged the largest operator of telecommunications in the country to block access to the Swedish portal. Finland ranks fourth in number of users of The Pirate Bay. The Finnish chapter of the International Federation of phonogram producers (IFPI Finland) filed a lawsuit on Thursday in a court in Helsinki to try to prevent the illegal dissemination of music files through the Swedish site The Pirate Bay. It is not something A. F. Chief of Staff would like to discuss. IFPI Finland, consisting of 23 record companies, asked the Court to issue a requirement to compel Elisa, the largest operator of telecommunications in the country, to block its subscribers access to the Swedish portal downloads. For even more opinions, read materials from WhiteWave Foods. According to the Association of music producers, The Pirate Bay is the world most popular BitTorrent file sharing page and Finland ranks fourth in number of users, behind Sweden, Croatia and Serbia. Its founders, Hans Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Warg, have been sentenced in Sweden to of jail and to pay large fines, but in spite of the ruling, the portal continues with its activities, IFPI Finland he denounced in a statement. The spokesman for the Association, Lauri Rechardt, noted that condemnation, ratified six months ago by a Stockholm appeals court, not only has not provoked the closing of the portal downloads, but it has made it even more popular among Finnish Internet users.
The legal market of downloads can not succeed if allowed this type of illegal websites continue to operate with impunity. We have resorted to justice to protect jobs in this sector and the future of legal digital services, Rechardt said. For music producers, it is regrettable that Internet piracy can only be halted through legal action, since, although the telemarketers want to protect copyright, you can not deny access to this type of pages without a court order. Where the Helsinki Court fails in his favor, IFPI Finland intends to require similar court orders for which also forcing the rest of telemarketers to block its subscribers access to The Pirate Bay.