Life Without a Government

For the past 288 days, Spain has not had an elected national government. For some Spaniards, this is a wonderful thing.
“No government, no thieves,” said Félix Pastor, a language teacher who, like many voters, is fed up with the corruption and scandals that tarnished the two previous governing parties.
Mr. Pastor, a wiry, animated 59-year-old, said Spain could last without a government “until hell freezes over” because politicians were in no position to do more harm.
Despite dire warnings about anarchy, most Spaniards are enjoying not having a government.
Read the new York Times story here.

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