Thursday, June 24, 2010

Spain's government increasingly isolated over labour reforms

Subject: txt crpt intl mny econ -
Spain's Prime Minister, Jose Luis Rodriquez Zapatero, looked increasingly isolated after crucial labour reforms only just won enough votes to pass through parliament. The measures, which will ease hiring and firing regulations seen as essential to lift Spain out of the recession, won preliminary approval only after Spain's opposition parties agreed to abstain in Tuesday's vote... [snip]

The labour market reforms, which will make it easier to dismiss workers and will simplify contracts, have angered Spain's main unions, who have called a general strike in September in protest...


[We need not even know history {as consistent as it is}, but only admit what current events are proving yet again. We've been warned....]


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