The bad thing about getting into debt is that whoever leaves you the money also asks you for it back, with interest. Apparently, some Spanish communities have not learned much from the mistakes of the past and after some hard cuts, with the aim of reducing that debt, they continue in their thirteen to fatten the liabilities. Eight are the communities of the Spanish state that at the end of July, that is, still missing five months to close the year, had exceeded the debt limit for 2015.

The eight communities in question are: Extremadura, Murcia, Aragón, Castilla y León, Castilla La Mancha, Catalonia, the Community of Madrid and the Valencian Community.

Despite this, as Minister Montoro has confirmed, these gaps “will end up being corrected by global data from other administrations such as local ones”, it will be necessary to see if the stock market is enough for everything.