Montero once again skipped all the fiscal rules with more deficit, spending and debt in 2019

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The Central Administration again failed to comply with all fiscal rules in 2019 and closed with more deficits, spending, and debt than what was set in the stability objectives committed to Brussels and which the Ministry of Finance approves, abides by, and must enforce. At a time when the European Commission has already suspended the fiscal rules of the Stability Pact due to the coronavirus crisis, the Central Administration under the Pedro Sánchez government has not really met a goal of stability since it came into power. Neither in 2018 nor in 2019 did the Central Government adhere to the spending rule – which limits disbursement at a rate linked to potential growth – the objective … See More.

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