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"Serpiente de invierno"

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I have seen some stories lately referring to rumors about who will follow Zapatero as "serpiente de invierno", but I can´t find this phrase in my dictionaries. Collins says "serpiente de verano" is a news story that´s silly, or "fluff"

Is that what´s going on here?

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updated ENE 12, 2010
posted by kattya
Oh, you meant the PM of Spain! I thought you meant a shoemaker! - 0057ed01, ENE 12, 2010

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It translates directly as "Winter serpent". I belive that this is a reference to a possible leadership challenge later this winter.

updated ENE 12, 2010
posted by hcjc
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