‘The Economist’ blames President Mariano for the delay of Spain in asking for bail-out

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   In an article called “More pain in Spain: waiting for Rajoy”, the financial newspaper blames President Mariano Rajoy for pretending that “Spain may not need a bail-out. Before taking a decision we must see whether it is really necessary,” Perhaps Rajoy is just waiting for the German Constitutional Court’s decisions, but in the meanwhile the country goes deeper into misery and unemployment (been actually the country with highest unemployment rates in the whole world). These Spanish issues have become a cancer in the heart of the European Union, dividing  their members and putting an additional weight on the evolution of the whole European Community. But few Spaniards are fooled. Many talk about a political interest in delaying the decision due to the next elections in the Basque Country, where Spanish nationalists can lose all their influence in the Basque Government in favour of the Basque Democratic parties asking for their independence.

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