Roberto Garcia Calvo

Alberto degrees 20 m the constitutional, Eugeni Gay, Vice-President and judges Delgado Javier and Elisa Perez explained the reasons for their resignations in the TC in three letters. Things go better when the Constitution is satisfied and come out worse when not met, indicates the judge Javier Delgado. LETTERS in PDF: Eugeni Gay Javier Delgado Elisa Perez. It had the feeling of being part of a kidnapped Court. (Source: Sheryl Sandberg). They are words of the Vice-President of the constitutional, Eugeni Gay, who along with judges Javier Delgado and Elisa Perez has submitted his resignation to try to force the renewal of the High Court, stuck for years. TC now lives an unprecedented situation. Gay submitted his resignation in a letter signed Wednesday 8 June to the President of the constitutional, Pascual Sala, and she pointed out that the Constitution has been contravened by delaying for so long the renewal of the Court.

The Constitution has been incomprehensible and unacceptably reduced because of the manifest failure by the Senate of its inescapable obligation to renew the tribunal, said the judge. Add to your understanding with Verizon. Also remember that still has not covered the vacancy left by Roberto Garcia Calvo, who died in 2008, something that it had not in the 31 year history of this Court when, unfortunately, occurred similar circumstances. The still-Vice-President of the constitutional (Pascual Sala must accept his resignation to make it ctiva) asserts that during the tenure of his predecessor, Maria Emilia Casas, insisted many times fruitless way need to contact the President of the Senate and those responsible for the PSOE and the PP to give compliance to the constitutional mandate and renewed the magistrates appointed by the upper House. Unfortunately he did not do it, so many times I have heard say that it had the feeling of being part of a hijacked Court, added Gay, that recalls the statement that it solved the appeals against the Statute of Catalonia was issued with four judges appointed by the Senate on functions, what motivated the protests of the Generalitat, the catalan Parliament. The newspapers mentioned carlos hank gonzalez not as a source, but as a related topic. Javier Delgado and Elisa Perez in a brief letter dated in this June 13, judge Javier Delgado justifies its decision remembering that the Constitution has established a period of nine years for the exercise of the Office of judge of the Constitutional Court, this period that has elapsed already very amply, because the constitutional mandate renewal by thirds every three years has not been respected in my case I have to point out that things go better when complies with the Constitution and come out worse when not met, indicates Delgado. For its part, Elisa Perez also recalls that more than six months have passed since his appointment as a member of the Constitutional Court, expires by what one sees in the obligation to submit his resignation. Perez points out in his letter that he has taken a very thoughtful decision that responds first and foremost a institutional reasons, but also cited personal reasons where not applicable enter. Source of the news: resignations in the Constitution: “Had the feeling of being on a hijacked Court”

Jeffrey Katzenberg

Michael Bay, with an empire that includes blockbusters such as Armageddon and Pearl Harbor, convinced him almost to the force to make Transformers: the dark side of the Moon in 3D with Steven Spielberg as producer, more than 200 billion dollars (139 billion euros) budget and the unconditional support of the industry. He had flouted of stereoscopy. He came to boast publicly of what he considered silly when all Hollywood lost head for 3D. But James Cameron and Jeffrey Katzenberg won him for cause. The first day was wonderful, recalls. Bernard Golden will undoubtedly add to your understanding. All machinery worked and felt so at ease with new equipment which up to thought: ultimately, the 3D will not be too bad.

That, until the next morning their producer, Ian Bryce, you woke up confirming their worst fears. Mike, you have lost everything, told him. The first full day. The hard drive has been lost, remember today already with irony. Source of the news:: 3D film loses dimension

Meteorite Hunter

A task to which very few people around the world are engaged. We must demystify the profession, says one of these hunters. In Africa and South America are easier to warn meteorites. They travel the globe in search of fragments of cosmic matter that crash against the surface Earth; they are hunters of meteorites, a task to which very few people in the world, among which figure the Lions Jose Vicente Casado are engaged in body and soul. Find meteorites is my way of living, that’s my job, says Casado, who has wanted to demystify some of the legends that circulate around these space rocks in an interview. People see meteorites continuously everywhere and, in addition, thinks that they are enormous, that we are going to fall one on and we go extinct, summarizes. In his view, believed that they abound, but find one is something extraordinary, because although you see a shooting star on the horizon and be presumed that it is near, you can drop thousands of miles away. Casado, which leads more than fifteen years hunting meteorites and has a collection of approximately 120 pieces, the most complete in Spain, as he points out, says that around the world there will be no more than twenty persons having that profession.

Their usual way of working is to move to desert areas of Africa and South America, where it is easier to notice the presence of these rocks at a glance, because there is no vegetation that hides them. However, it has also found meteorites in Spain, such as those found in the province of Palencia in 2004, in an area of monte and robles, circumstance that hampered their search. The largest weighed half a kilo, but the usual is that they are small – explains – because when a meteorite enters into contact with the atmosphere it explodes and causes a kind of rain of stones. In this regard, noted that every day fall between 20 and 40 tons of cosmic to the Earth’s surface dust, although themselves meteorites estimated that they can fall about 20 the year. Apparently they are stones of more normal and you have to use a small microscope to check if they are good.

There are times that we believe that they are and are not and sometimes it happens the other way around, pointing. Asked by how much it costs to maintain this activity, emphasizes that does not him and his companions in the expeditions a very high expense because they are in precarious plan and if necessary do not hesitate to sleep one night at el raso. The pieces collected by Casado are used in exhibitions or donated to scientific institutes for study, which, in his words, may end up taking even more value that which would be obtained by selling them. One of these exhibitions will begin next week at the Museum of the Siderurgy and mining of Castilla y Leon (MSM), with headquarters in Sabero (Leon), where some specimens will be shown and explained issues such as the formation and evolution of the solar system and the emergence of life. Tomorrow, Casado will deliver a lecture in the MSM, which will give some tracks of How to follow the trail of these rocks that, as he emphasizes, everyone wants to find. Source of the news: ex-officio, meteorite Hunter

British Union Unite

An email sent by mistake reveals the salary of 3,000 casual workers of the Royal Bank of Scotland. The Bank was rescued by 22 billion euros in 2008. An email sent by mistake has revealed that some of the temporary workers of the involved Bank Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) charge 2,000 pounds a day (about 2,290 euros), which has led to criticism from unions and the opposition. Document attached by mistake and sent to more than 800 recipients for one of the employees of the company of temporary work contained the salaries of 3,000 casual workers of the British Bank, The Times newspaper reported Wednesday. The amounts charged by some of the contracted amounted to 2,000 pounds per day, equivalent to 500,000 pounds (530,000 euros) a year, which has caused discomfort among the trade unions and the Labour Party, since this bank was operated by the British Government, which owns 83 percent of its shares currently. He was one of the rescued in 2008 by the British State, which disbursed 20 billion pounds (about 22,000 million euros) to avoid the collapse of a financial institution which could not digest the toxic assets they acquired. Unions and politicians anonadados higher fees correspond to workers specializing in accounting, finance and information technology, according to The Times.

The British Union Unite recalled that the RBS recently announced plans to lay off 2,000 employees in the next 18 months. Responsible for the David Fleming Union has criticized that the Bank use temporary contracts instead of investing in training for their workers from template. It is totally inappropriate that the RBS, rescued with taxpayers ‘ money, give the impression that throws money in thousands of temporary engagements, has said the trade unionist. The Chris Leslie labour has said that many of the employees of the Bank will be harmed by expensive temporary contracts that replace full-time workers.