Each week, Per Svensson from Ciudadanos Europeos
sends out a news-letter on the state of Spain's economy, its politics and its environment. He doesn't mince his words.
From this week's report:
Lack of confidence in courts and judges: Six out of each ten citizens consider that the legal system is antiquated, seven out of ten that court proceedings are slow and sentences not executed with efficiency and half of all Spaniards do not consider the courts to be impartial. This is the results of a study made by the foundation “Wolters Kluwer”. In accordance with the study, 48% of the Spanish consider that the justice functions “bad or very bad”, while only 10% feels it functions well. 30% considers that it functions worse than two or three years ago.
In another piece Per writes about Spanish Debt: I've included it below.
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