And I would say it is more anti-establishment than anti-monarchy. There is no doubt that there is a debate going on.. do you want a Monarchy with all the promt and stuff that comes with it, or an elected President with no power but just a figure head. I would always choose a Monarchy since that will attract tourist money where as few "Presidents" do.... and the fact that Presidents often cost far more to run than royal families ironically.Nonsense. The heart of the anti-monarchy, anti-establishment movement are young people under 35 who have no affiliation to the old republican movement, but who see the current semi-democratic, neo-liberal state as having failed them and as having no intention of permitting popular sovereignty and real democratic rule in Spain. As I posted earlier, you've got a growing 40%+ of Spaniards who are anti-monarchist. You might dismiss them, but you won't make them go away as long as the corrupt system continues to fail the country, and especially its youth.