Wednesday 27 January 2021

Government contradicts itself … Once again!

Government contradictions are astonishing. Legislators question the lack of structural reforms in the proposal to go to the International Monetary Fund – IMF – (FMI in Spanish) as the government bets on more foreign debt and taxes.

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