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Rajoy’s new austerity drive pours ‘gasoline onto the streets’

Right-wing prime minister Mariano Rajoy has unveiled the biggest attack on Spain’s welfare state in history in a move described by radical opposition MPs pouring  ‘gasoline onto the streets’. The measures include a swathe of new taxes and spending cuts designed to reduce the budget deficit by 65 billion euros by 2014 in line with … Continue reading

‘Rebel’ against Madrid, Spain’s regions are urged

Spain’s regional governments should ‘rebel’ against demands by Madrid for further cuts to schools and hospitals, says the Communist-led United Left. The 17 ‘autonomous’ regions of Spain, who spend 37% of the total outlay by the public purse and are responsible for budgets on education, health and social services, are facing an unprecedented financial squeeze … Continue reading

Time for radical change in the anti-crisis strategy, says Spain’s United Left

United Left has attacked Spain’s right wing Popular Party government for accelerating the failed ‘hard ajustment’ policies of the previous Socialist government, as new figures showed a further rise in unemployment to a near 17-year high. Official data released today put the jobless total at 5.3 million or 23%, underlining the damage of sharp spending … Continue reading

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