30/06/2015. /30.06.15/.- El director de la Oficina Económica del Presidente del Gobierno, Álvaro Nadal, ha intervenido esta mañana en la segunda jornada del Campus FAES, donde ha afirmado que “si estamos hablando de una crisis griega es porque un gobierno dijo que no había un problema de competitividad sino de reparto, de hacer políticas de demanda y de gastar”.
30/06/2015. FAES Foundation has launched on Tuesday 30, its strategic report Inequality, Opportunities and the Welfare Society in Spain, which claims that talking about inequality in our country is talking about the performance of the welfare state. In this sense, FAES notes that the duality of the labour market, the performance of the education system, institutional quality and the impact of these three issues on the effectiveness of the welfare state are the main factors explaining inequality in Spain. However, it also states that, overall, Spain is in the intermediate positions of all indicators of inequality, as wealth, consumption, income and poverty rates compared to the EU 15 countries.
29/06/2015. The former Prime Minister of Spain and president of FAES Foundation, José María Aznar, has introduced the former president of France and president of the Republicans, Nicolas Sarkozy, this morning, who delivered the opening lecture of the XII FAES Campus. Aznar has described Sarkozy as a ‘personal friend and a friend of Spain’ and stressed that ‘he is a political leader who serves as such.’ He has also reviewed the latest situation in Greece, warning against ‘domestic options incompatible with Europe’ and stating that ‘If the European Union accepts the breaking of rules, its future will be seriously compromised.’
29/06/2015. The former president of France and president of the Republicans, Nicolas Sarkozy, has delivered the opening conference of the 2015 FAES Campus, held in Guadarrama. During his speech, he spoke about the situation in Greece following the events of recent days, and stated that ‘the question is not how to save the nation, but how to save the eurozone.’