By Laura Chaqués Bonafont, Frank R. Baumgartner, Anna Palau
Spanish politics has been reworked. utilizing new thoughts, this booklet appears to be like at 30 years of Spanish political heritage to appreciate occasion festival, the influence of the european, media-government relatives, aspirations for independence in Catalonia and the Basque zone, and the declining position of faith.
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2011). In this second chapter, we also give a general overview of the functioning of the Spanish political system through the lens of our databases (laws, bills, oral questions, speeches, party platforms, media, and public opinion), which provides a starting point for the discussion in the following chapters. The second part of the book focuses on the dynamics of the political agenda across three institutions of politics and is accordingly organized into three different chapters. Chapter 3 is devoted to the analysis of the governmental agenda.
Further, we explain the similarities and differences between the large, state-wide parties and small, regional parties in the politicization of regionalization and demonstrate the importance of media attention in this debate. Political decentralization clearly illustrates the failure of the politics of consensus. It is a central element today of the electoral strategy of most Spanish parties, and hotly contested in elections; this was not previously the case. The various debates about regionalization in Spain have occurred at the same time as the state has increasingly seen power delegated upwards to the European Union, and this Europeanization of politics is our focus in Chapter 7.
One of the goals of this book is to explain how, in the new millennium, the politics of resentment has replaced the politics of consensus. Our results illustrate that political parties engage more and more in a strategy of direct confrontation, politicizing highly controversial issues, for which there is an important polarization of voters, and in most of the cases linked with old political cleavages. In some cases, the reactivation of old cleavages is linked to external factors and changing values.