Huelga general del 14N, el Congreso vallado una vez más, el PP laminando unos presupuestos ya amortizados. Si no fuera por las intervenciones de Luis de Guindos y Rubalcaba valorando la huelga, dentro de la Cámara es como si no pasara nada. ¿Los ministros se habrán manifestado alguna vez? ¿Se acordarán de ello?

El ministro García Margallo (68 años), de Exteriores, viaja en el tiempo: "Participé en todas las manifestaciones que se hicieron contra Franco. En todas. La diferencia entre las manifestaciones de antes con las de ahora, es que antes estaban prohibidas". Hasta nosotras rejuvenecemos escuchándole. Luis de Guindos (54 años) y ministro de Economía, se enternece al recordar que "mi primera manifestación fue en la plaza de Oriente -¡glups!- cuando se produjo la proclamación del Rey Juan Carlos -¡Uff!-. Nos llevó el colegio". ¿Qué colegio?. "El Pilar". Gallardón (54 años) trata de escaquearse como si el pasado le escociera: "Estaba yo en la universidad y hace tantos años que ya casi ni mi acuerdo", responde, mientras la puerta batiente del hemiciclo nos da en las narices.

Mucho más ufano, relajado y pimpante, el ministro de Agricultura y Medio Ambiente, Miguel Arias Cañete (62 años): "Uy, soy poco manifestón. He ido a pocas en mi vida. De la que más me acuerdo es de una en Bruselas, cuando era europarlamentario en los años noventa. Fue por el tema del aceite, contra la primera propuesta del comisario Frank Fischler -un austriaco muy famoso por liderar la reestructuración de la política agrícola común-": ¿Y qué gritaba? "Cosas que no se pueden ni reproducir sobre los ancestros del comisario" dice, con una sonrisa pícara. A José Manuel Soria nos lo pone en bandeja la ministra de Fomento, Ana Pastor, que no ha pegado ojo en toda la noche. Es lo que tiene ser titular de uno de los ministerios clave en el éxito o el fracaso de una huelga general. "Qué conteste él", se excusa, mientras sujeta a Soria (54 años) por el brazo.

El de Industria asegura que su primera 'manifa' fue en "el año 75 cuando estaba estudiando Económicas en la capital". Cuando se murió Franco, le decimos ¿Por qué se manifestaba?. "No me acuerdo". Buscamos en Google. Justo ese año hubo una gran manifestación en la plaza de Oriente el 1 de octubre en apoyo de Franco, acorralado internacionalmente por los fusilamientos de miembros de ETA y del FRAP. Como no lo recuerda, no sabemos si se referiría a esa. "Ah, también fuí a la manifestación tras el asesinato de Miguel Ángel Blanco en Las Palmas".

El que resulta imbatible en asistencia a manifestaciones y en porrazos de la policía, es Alfonso Alonso (45 años), portavoz del PP en el Congreso. "La Vitoria (Euskadi) de mi infancia y juventud daba para estar todo el día de manifestaciones. Soy vasco. El primer recuerdo que tengo fue por el asesinato de Jesús Velasco Zuazola en 1980. Yo tenía 12 años y fuí con mis padres. Fue triste y dura. Me acuerdo perfectamente del 3 de marzo de 1976 -en plena Transición, la policía disparó contra los trabajadores que salían obligados por los gases lacrimógenos de la iglesia de San Francisco de Asis de Vitoria, donde celebraban una asamblea, matando a cinco obreros-. Tenía ocho años. En mi adolescencia, iba a manifestaciones todas las semanas. En una acera nos manifestábamos nosotros y enfrente los de Batasuna. La de Miguel Ángel Blanco fue la más emocionante". El secretario de Estado de Relaciones con las Cortes, José Luis Ayllón (42 años), debe a su padre el único recuerdo que tiene de una manifestación. "Él me llevó el día que llegó Tarradellas desde el exilio. Fue cuando dijo lo de 'jo soc aquí', pero como había tanta gente nos lo perdimos". Al jefe de Gabinete de Rajoy, Jorge Moragas (47 años), no se le puede olvidar "la del Hipercor en Barcelona y la de Miguel Ángel Blanco. De las pocas a las que he ido porque no suelo manifestarme". Todo lo contrario que Carlos Floriano (45 años), vicesecretario de organización del PP, que no se perdía las manis "en contra de la OTAN y en la universidad, en los años 80, contra la reforma universitaria".

LAS 'MANIS' DE RUBALCABA

Hasta aquí las experiencias de algunos notables populares, que son los que hoy tienen más interés, pues la huelga es contra las medidas de su Gobierno. Las de los de izquierda nos obligarían a escribir un libro, sobre todo las de los más maduritos y sus historias con los 'grises' y las 'lecheras'. Para no abrumar, os dejamos las de Rubalcaba (61 años). El líder de la Oposición recuerda que "no íbamos a manifestaciones. Hacíamos comandos o saltos. Eran convocatorias ilegales como de tres minutos máximo, y la primera que hice fue en Antón Martín con unas pocas decenas de estudiantes, como dice la canción de Ana Belén. Yo estaba en tercero de Químicas y era de izquierdas, pero no militaba aún en el PSOE".

No nos hemos podido resistir a preguntar a Emilio Olabarría (58 años), un diputado histórico del PNV, que al ser de Euskadi, ha vivido todo tipo de manifestaciones. "Nos manifestábamos contra el régimen franquista, cuando estaba en la universidad. Yo estaba en movimientos casi clandestinos, las juventudes del PNV. Me han pegado más de una vez los grises, aunque suene a batallita del abuelo. Me llegaron a retener en un cuartel. Y se daba la paradoja de que los mismos que te detenían, cuando te soltaban, te abrazaban a la salida, Era la época en que el PCE invocaba lo de la reconciliación. La diferencia con las manifestaciones de hoy es notable. Entonces luchábamos contra los restos del franquismo y la falta de libertades. Eran políticas y ahora son económico sociales. La gente se manifiesta por el desempleo, la pobreza, los desahucios... en fin, la decadencia de las clases medias".

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    Gran número de personas en la plaza de Colón, donde ha finalizado la manifestación convocada por los sindicatos, que ha partido de la plaza de Cibeles de la capital.

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    Una veintena de actores ha tomado desde las 22.15 horas de hoy, el Teatro Español y ha desplegado una pancarta desde la fachada que da a la plaza de Santa Ana en apoyo a la huelga general del 14N. El grupo de actores, entre los que se encuentran Willy Toledo y Alberto San Juan, han logrado acceder a la balconada del teatro desde el denominado Salón de Té y han desplegado una pancarta de unos doce metros de longitud en la que se lee 'Trabajadoras del espectáculo en la lucha. Huelga general'.

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    Agentes de la Policía Nacional intentan impedir que el Sindicato de Estudiantes corte la A-6, esta mañana durante la jornada de huelga general.

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    Piquetes interrumpen el tráfico en el acceso a la ciudad desde el polígono industrial del CEAO en Lugo, durante la jornada de huelga general.

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    Gran número de personas en la plaza de Colón, donde ha finalizado la manifestación convocada por los sindicatos, que ha partido de la plaza de Cibeles de la capital.

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    Varias de las entradas de mercancías del Puerto de Bilbao permanecen cerradas hoy durante la convocatoria de huelga general.

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    Un numeroso grupo de ciclistas frente a la estación de Atocha, en Madrid, durante la jornada de huelga general que vive hoy el país convocada por CCOO, UGT, USO, CGT y STES-Intersindical.

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    La jornada de huelga general, ha transcurrido sin incidentes serios en Santander durante la madrugada, con leves altercados entre conductores, trabajadores que acudían a sus puestos, y los piquetes informativos.

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    Piquetes informativos en la entrada de Nuevos Ministerios de Madrid, a primeras horas de la mañana de hoy, jornada de huelga general.

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    Un piquete corta el acceso a un polígono de Burgos.

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    Agentes de Policía y piquetes informativos en la Gran Vía de Madrid.

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    Pegatina pegado en el escaparate de un comercio en la calle de Preciados, en Madrid.

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    Agentes de la Policía Nacional intervienen ante los piquetes informativos que han increpado a los conductores de autobuses urbanos de servicios mínimos a su salida de las cocheras en Zaragoza.

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    Operarios de limpieza retiran restos de un pequeño incendio en las puertas del metro Universitat, en Barcelona.

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    Una decena de diputados del PSOE se han levantado hoy de sus escaños durante la sesión plenaria que se celebra en el Congreso con carteles de UGT en favor de la huelga, que han retirado voluntariamente tras unos segundos y después de la intervención del presidente del Congreso, Jesús Posada. Tras apuntar que muchos de los que protestaban habían sido diputados en otras legislaturas y conocían las normas, Posada les ha recordado que 'está prohibido manifestarse con pancartas en el hemiciclo' y les ha rogado que las retiraran.

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    Los secretarios de organización (de izda a dcha), de USO, Ladislao Pérez; de UGT, José Javier Cubillo, y de CCOO, Antonio del Campo, durante la rueda de prensa que han ofrecido esta mañana

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    Agentes de Policía y piquetes informativos en la Gran Vía de Madrid.

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    Agentes privados de seguridad miran hacia la calle desde el interior de una empresa, en el centro comercial Triangle de plaza Catalunya, en Barcelona.

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    Dos mujeres protestan en Madrid.

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    Un policía local reduce a un joven integrante de un piquete informativo, durante la jornada de huelga general.

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    Un piquete informativo recorre la terminal 4 del Aeropuerto de Barajas

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    Cerca de un millar de personas se han manifestado hoy a los pies del acueducto en Segovia.

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    Un grupo de personas disfrazadas durante la manifestación convocada hoy en Las Palmas por la veintena de sindicatos que secundan en Canarias el llamamiento a la huelga general.

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    Agentes de la Policía Nacional piden la documentación a dos ciclistas, componentes de los manifestantes que circulan a dos ruedas por la capital desde primera hora de la mañana con el objetivo de ralentizar el tráfico por el centro de ciudad y de cortar la circulación 'en el mayor número de vías posible'

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    Los secretarios generales de UGT, Cándido Méndez (i), y de CCOO, Ignacio Fernández Toxo, durante la rueda de prensa que han ofrecido hoy para valorar la jornada de huelga general

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  • Protesters block traffic on one side of Oxford Street, London, whilst taking part in a picket and demonstration they said was over dismissals of 28 workers employed by contractors on the Crossrail transport project, for being trade union members, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. The protest was held to coincide with planned European strikes on Wednesday in Spain, Italy, Greece, Portugal, France and Belgium against austerity measures and economic reforms. Crossrail, due to start running services in 2018, is a new train line that will include twin-bore 21 km tunnels under central London and link 37 stations including transport hubs such as Heathrow airport with business districts including the City and Canary Wharf. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

  • A bus passes as protesters block traffic on one side of Oxford Street, London, whilst taking part in a picket and demonstration they said was over dismissals of 28 workers employed by contractors on the Crossrail transport project, for being trade union members, Wednesday Nov. 14, 2012. The protest was held to coincide with planned European strikes on Wednesday in Spain, Italy, Greece, Portugal, France and Belgium against austerity measures and economic reforms. Crossrail, due to start running services in 2018, is a new train line that will include twin-bore 21 km tunnels under central London and link 37 stations including transport hubs such as Heathrow airport with business districts including the City and Canary Wharf. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

  • Police officers try to push protesters back onto the pavement after they blocked traffic on Oxford Street, London, whilst taking part in a picket and demonstration they said was over dismissals of 28 workers employed by contractors on the Crossrail transport project, for being trade union members, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. The protest was held to coincide with planned European strikes on Wednesday in Spain, Italy, Greece, Portugal, France and Belgium against austerity measures and economic reforms. Crossrail, due to start running services in 2018, is a new train line that will include twin-bore 21 km tunnels under central London and link 37 stations including transport hubs such as Heathrow airport with business districts including the City and Canary Wharf. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

  • Police officers try to push protesters back onto the pavement after they blocked traffic on Oxford Street, London, whilst taking part in a picket and demonstration they said was over dismissals of 28 workers employed by contractors on the Crossrail transport project, for being trade union members, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. The protest was held to coincide with planned European strikes on Wednesday in Spain, Italy, Greece, Portugal, France and Belgium against austerity measures and economic reforms. Crossrail, due to start running services in 2018, is a new train line that will include twin-bore 21 km tunnels under central London and link 37 stations including transport hubs such as Heathrow airport with business districts including the City and Canary Wharf. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

  • Police riots apprehend a protestor during a general strike in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Spain's General Workers' Union said the nationwide stoppage, the second this year, was being observed by nearly all workers in the automobile, energy, shipbuilding and constructions industries. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

  • Riot police apprehend a protestor during a general strike in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Spain's General Workers' Union said the nationwide stoppage, the second this year, was being observed by nearly all workers in the automobile, energy, shipbuilding and constructions industries. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

  • Police riots arrest a protestor during a general strike in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Spain's main trade unions stage a general strike, coinciding with similar work stoppages in Portugal and Greece, to protest government-imposed austerity measures and labor reforms. The strike is the second in Spain this year. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

  • Police riots arrest a protestor during a general strike in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Spain's main trade unions stage a general strike, coinciding with similar work stoppages in Portugal and Greece, to protest government-imposed austerity measures and labor reforms. The strike is the second in Spain this year. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

  • Spanish riot policemen stand in a line against the window of a bank during a general strike against government austerity measures, in Pamplona, northern Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. A Spanish Interior Ministry official says 32 people have been arrested and 15 people treated for minor injuries in disturbances as a general strike in Spain against austerity measures and economic reforms began. The General Workers Union said the nationwide stoppage, the second this year, was being heeded by nearly 100 percent of workers Wednesday in the automobile, energy, shipbuilding and constructions industries. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)

  • A Spanish riot police officer stands beside posters that read: "14 November, General Strike" calling for a general strike against government austerity measures, in Pamplona, northern Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. A Spanish Interior Ministry official says 32 people have been arrested and 15 people treated for minor injuries in disturbances as a general strike in Spain against austerity measures and economic reforms began. The General Workers Union said the nationwide stoppage, the second this year, was being heeded by nearly 100 percent of workers Wednesday in the automobile, energy, shipbuilding and constructions industries. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)

  • Police clash with protestors during a general strike in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Spain's main trade unions stage a general strike, coinciding with similar work stoppages in Portugal and Greece, to protest government-imposed austerity measures and labor reforms. The strike is the second in Spain this year. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

  • Police clash with protestors during a general strike in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Spain's main trade unions stage a general strike, coinciding with similar work stoppages in Portugal and Greece, to protest government-imposed austerity measures and labor reforms. The strike is the second in Spain this year. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

  • Police clash with protestors during a general strike in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Spain's main trade unions stage a general strike, coinciding with similar work stoppages in Portugal and Greece, to protest government-imposed austerity measures and labor reforms. The strike is the second in Spain this year. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

  • Riot police arrest a protestor during a general strike in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Spain's main trade unions stage a general strike, coinciding with similar work stoppages in Portugal and Greece, to protest government-imposed austerity measures and labor reforms. The strike is the second in Spain this year. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

  • Police clash with protestors during a general strike in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Spain's main trade unions stage a general strike, coinciding with similar work stoppages in Portugal and Greece, to protest government-imposed austerity measures and labor reforms. The strike is the second in Spain this year. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

  • Demonstrators place stickers on a window at shopping centre calling to general strike against government austerity measures, in Pamplona, northern Spain, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. A Spanish Interior Ministry official says 32 people have been arrested and 15 people treated for minor injuries in disturbances as a general strike in Spain against austerity measures and economic reforms began. The General Workers Union said the nationwide stoppage, the second this year, was being heeded by nearly 100 percent of workers Wednesday in the automobile, energy, shipbuilding and constructions industries. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)

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