The ‘frugal’ get the key to the bottom and tighten the rope to lower the subsidies

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte yesterday in Brussels with Chancellor Angela Merkel, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and French leader Emmanuel Macron. / efe

The EU, which prolongs the summit to force an agreement, endorses the greater control of aid required by the north and proposes a mechanism capable of blocking them

Salvador Arroyo

The ‘frugal’ pulse taken to the extreme triggered more than one alarm in the final stretch of the second day of the European summit. It was going to be the last, but it closed after eleven at night without agreement. So today, third attempt. Yesterday was a day of ups and downs – inherent in any negotiation – in which the possibility was not even ruled out


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