Anyone who read last Friday the candidacy of the third vice president, Nadia Calviño , to preside over the Eurogroup and listened to the Minister of Finance, María Jesús Montero at the end of the Council of Ministers, would say that they are not part of the same Government. But everything is possible in Pedro Sánchez's team. Montero urged the Popular Party to defend "that there be no conditionality in the delivery of funds . " Instead, Calviño, in the "explanatory memorandum" of her candidacy, proposes that the Eurogroup tie down governments more in the use of funds and in their economic and fiscal strategy. Your letter is, in fact, a can

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