El perodico de aragon

El perodico de aragon

El periódico de catalunya

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El Periódico de Aragón es un diario aragonés, fundado en Zaragoza, el 23 de octubre de 1990 por Juancho Dumall. Está editado por el Grupo Zeta y cuya información se centra principalmente en la Sección Aragón, Opinión y Deportes.
El Periódico de Aragón nació el 23 de octubre de 1990 y pronto comenzó a consolidarse como el segundo periódico de la comunidad, sólo por detrás del Heraldo de Aragón. En 1997 abrió unas instalaciones en el centro del Periódico de Aragón en la calle Hernán Cortés de Zaragoza.
El actual director del periódico es Jaime Armengol, que sustituyó en 2003 a Miguel Ángel Liso, director desde 1992. Este sustituyó a Juancho Dumall (principal responsable del periódico). De tendencia progresista y totalmente independiente, emplea a unas 100 personas, de las cuales unas 45 están en la redacción.

Aragón digital

From the week of February 1st we start a new collaboration with El Periódico de Aragón and its new section in the daily back page «Saber + con la Historia». Each week we will publish several articles on History where we will recall various events of the past to learn more about where we come from and why today’s world is the way it is.
We will also review the daily ephemeris and relate them to current events, putting them in context in the past but also in the present and the future. We look forward to seeing you in this new adventure with which we want to understand more about the society that surrounds us through our history.

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The confidential

Some nonsense by Víctor Mira (Crucificción), Pascual Blanco (Nada de lo que se hizo está hecho) and Ricardo Calero (Más luz, interior), give way now, in the open space, to the 37 works made in the last course by the young people of the Superior Cycle, in response to an initiative of the Goya Foundation in Aragon in collaboration with the DGA, to follow the master.
The same as always, like little nativity figurines, in white refractory paste and red clay, by José Carlos Vegas, let the outlandish Goyaesque characters show their heads from inside their sacks: bishops, foppets, salon fools, oligophrenic majas…
A large wooden spoon and its shadow in dark metal, seems to penetrate the floor, as if it were made of soup: Eat it all, like a nonsense. «Jewelry intersects with engraving: a piece of copper from a plate is used to create bracelets with suspended figures. The silver and copper treated with acid as in the etching technique, brings us closer to the chiaroscuro of Goya’s images,» explains the director of the School of Arts José Miguel Acero.

Heraldo de aragón

I would consider both Heraldo and the newspaper to be related to the Psoe. The Yarza family (owner of 30% of Heraldo), Opus and related; the rest of Ibercaja, in shares and debt (right-wing); Fatás, anti-nationalist, anti-Belloch and not very pro Iglesias (little has been left-wing in recent times); the columnists, right-wing -Lasierra, Irisarri, Papell, who writes for ABC-, a good part of the opinion articles, from ABC, as well as the weekly supplement. It goes on and on. They must be from the III International or something like that, right?
Indeed, the director of Heraldo de Aragón is Guillermo Fatas, among many other things, gold medal of the DPZ in 2004, (psoe), and founder of the newspaper El Andalán, (so red green) and now it turns out that he is of the pp. In the end, even Marcelino is right-wing. I shit myself.
That if, those who put the money wherever they come from (the owners, whether they are opus, cai, ibercaja, prisa, or cope) sure for obvious that they are right wing, now the director, who is the one who «directs» the pp, is the best thing I’ve heard since General Mena spoke.