by Carlos Alberto Montaner
(MIAMI HERALD) Mariano Rajoy, Spain’s prime minister-elect, has a reputation for being flexible and tolerant. He has said that he will meet as soon as possible with all the parliamentary forces in the country to look for common ground that will allow them to quickly overcome the economic crisis. The Socialists are not his enemies, but his adversaries. He will try to forge some sort of consensus with them.
But he will make an exception: He will not dialogue with Amaiur, a Basque political coalition that represents the separatist trend of ETA, the terrorist group that is, according to its founding documents (which it has never renounced), a communist organization inspired by Marxism-Leninism.