I am in favor of reducing all budget items. But the item I don't want to reduce is the pension expenditure because it affects the weakest part of society.
The worst thing a government can do now in Spain is to do nothing.
For me, there will be no enemies but unemployment, the deficit, excessive debt, economic stagnation and anything else that keeps our country in these critical circumstances.
Talking and pledging is very easy but governing is slightly more difficult, the policy reforms that we've implemented have worked, and backtracking would be a blunder. When I see that, with the help of Podemos, the Socialists wants to change everything we've done, I just think it's bad for Spain.
Spain is facing an economic situation of extreme difficulty, I repeat, of extreme difficulty, and anyone who doesn't understand that is fooling themselves.
The main target for the next years should be growth and job creation.
There are countries that are near ours which are in the situation which we all know. I want to say that this is not the case of Spain now and it will not be in the future.
The distance separating the statute and constitutionality is so abysmal that negotiations are impossible.
Spain is finding it very difficult to finance itself with sovereign debt risk premium so high.
Europe must dissipate any doubts over the euro, affirm that the euro is an irreversible project and act in consequence.
We have to change economic policy: create confidence, foster investment, cut the public deficit, restructure taxation, and reform the labor laws.
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