Interesting to note that the BBC considers “moderate” a party, the PNV, that proposes unilaterally to tear up the constitution if it wins today’s elections. (I suppose you all know the joke in which los de Lepe travel to the metropolis to register a new separatist party. So tell me the name of this new party, says the bureaucrat. Coño-X, reply the bumpkins. No way, says the penpusher, you can’t call a party Coño-X. Why not, ask Lepe’s finest, when there’s already a party called Pene-V?)

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