The Valencian Community inflames the debate over the State model. Again. It is one of the (central) topics that fills a certain gap in the state agenda and tries to create new discussion and repercussions. Yesterday, the seminar Polyphonic and Decentralized Spain was the framework for the presentation of a report that put forward an initial proposal for decentralization of institutions. Proponents swayed yesterday’s idea of the beginning of the road for a draft to be complemented by economic data. But the proposal is already there, as a way to provoke discussion and shake up an indigestible issue from the center (any centre, because autonomies also have a centre). The political relevance is reflected by the academic capacity and institutional presence of Generalitat President Ximo Puig and Universities Minister Joan Subirats yesterday who are knowledgeable on the subject.