Miguel Atanet is an Investigative journalist based in La Línea de la Concepción, Spain. Director / Journalist in my own agency (AMRA) 2010–17/06/2014 Researcher in EU Geopolitics. 01/2012–12/2012 Trader in the Foreign Exchange Market (EUR / USD) 1997–2010 Consultant in European projects of International Transport Ocean Yacht Master Politician from 1999 to 2005 I speak English, Spanish, French and Spanglish
In the wake of the results of the EU referendum held in the UK, Spain demanded shared sovereignty over Gibraltar where more than 95 per cent voted to remain in the EU. The British Overseas Territory, at the entrance to the Mediterranean, relies heavily on its open border with Spain for trade, workers supply, tourism, dwelling and human relations. But acting Spanish foreign minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo said he hoped 'co-sovereignty' of Gibraltar and 'the Spanish flag on the Rock' were much closer to happening in the wake of the vote. This article gets the reaction of the people at the street and their opinion about the future.