The Government's version that the approval of the Budgets for 2021 generates confidence in the markets contrasts with the report that Goldman Sachs, one of the most influential banks in the world, is distributing among its clients.

According to his analysis, to which this newspaper has had access, on what happened in the Spanish Parliament, the coalition government chaired by

Pedro Sánchez

is assuming "new risks" for the Spanish economy by "

not having been able to overcome disagreements with the opposition parties

-PP, Vox and Ciudadanos- and turn towards regional parties to get the parliamentary support it needs. "


"the coalition seems to have linked its fate to the support of regional parties," he

warns investors.

And he considers it problematic, because Sánchez "has made the regional authorities fundamental in the application of a relevant structural component in Spanish fiscal policy" such as the execution of European funds.

"It has reinforced the role of the regional authorities in the management of structural investments"

for Spain.

According to analysts at Goldman Sachs, "as the ability to execute differs between regions,

the government is exposing itself to additional risk

in trying its biggest trump card to promote growth."

And he adds: "Given that the new political pact with regionals depends crucially on European funds, the political stability of Spain

it depends on a speedy approval of the EU budget.

Any delay in the approval and adoption of the community budget and related funds

would probably lead to an increase in political instability in Spain


He is also pessimistic that the pact reached "with ERC, PDeCAT and EH Bildu" may be extended "beyond next year."

Nor does it praise the approved Budgets, which are "

a set of different objectives with restrictions


Remember that "they combine tax increases (4,200 million euros, 0.4% of GDP), additional expenses (11,000 million euros, 0.9% of GDP) and the increase in pensions and salaries of public employees ".

And he insists on "the restriction" that involves "winning the support of regional parties by transferring a large part of the Recovery Fund (18,000 million euros, 1.5% of GDP) to the regional authorities."

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