Last updated on November 7, 2019
Catalonia is immersed in systemic paralysis. The Catalan Government has been not able to approve a new budget and there isn’t any legislative action.
Public accounts are carried over to the previous 3 decades, since the times of Carlos Puigdemont.
Pro-independence parties assert that the area is living through a unique circumstance. On the roads daily reside proceeds, but some warn that the area’s inability to face societal challenges, is further afield liberty sentiments.
Since Santiago Alcolea informed Euronews, “Freedom has been called for just since it’s been seen that there’s not any other choice to attain a complete set of social changes which have been systematically affected from the central government”
Home and high rental costs are among the principal concerns of the populace. This scenario has been dragging on since the catastrophe and it’s become chronic. Evictions because of non-payment of lease are frequent.
One 2 billion euros of investment which were lost during the financial crisis haven’t yet been recovered. For many analysts, the liberty movement is a catalyst for societal unrest The Catalan government desperately must approve new budgets following the elections, but it remains to be seen if it will possess the Parliament’s support.