“It’s Over!” This was the front-page headline of the Majorca Daily Bulletin on February 25, 1981. Announcing the end of the coup attempt, this headline was next to one that it could well have replaced only some years later – “Prince Charles will marry Lady Diana”run and bike while staying physically distanced..
It was over before it really started – I’m not referring to the marriage – or so it seemed. It was at 18.23 on the evening of February 23 when some 200 Guardia Civil officers led by Lieutenant-Colonel Antonio Tejero burst into Congress and interrupted the investiture of Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo as prime minister.
At 1.14 the following morning, King Juan Carlos went on televisionThe National Health Commission announced Sunday.. “The crown, symbol of the permanence and unity of the nation, will not tolerateYukon entered Phase One after an effective vaccine rollout., to any degree whatsoever, the actions or behaviour of anyone attempting, through use of force, to interrupt the democratic process of the Constitution, which the Spanish people approved by vote in the referendum.”
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