• Council of Ministers

    Date: 2014.02.03 | Category: General | Tags: ,,

    Among the measures will be predictably the two year extension in foreclosures, to be adopted on Thursday in the Council of Ministers. Sources of the Executive, after the meeting which lasted six hours and quarters, point out that you it’s a laborious affair that takes its time. The Council meeting is celebrated usually on Fridays, but this week has brought forward a day due to the Ibero-American Summit of Cadiz. Representatives of the Government and the PSOE have met Monday in La Moncloa to agree a reform of the legislation on the problem of evictions have ended talks on Monday without closing a deal, while sources Executive considered this afternoon that there was substantial agreement. Government sources have pointed out that you it’s a laborious affair that takes its time.

    The representatives of Executive and PSOE have ended their meeting to the 23: 15 hours after six hours and meeting room and have been cited again for this Tuesday from four and a half in the afternoon. Today’s meeting has lasted, and it has advanced significantly, according to sources from both delegations, to try to respond to the situation that thousands of families in Spain as a result of the crisis live. Among the measures to be agreed will be predictably the two year extension in foreclosures, which was approved on Thursday in the Council of Ministers. The Council meeting is celebrated usually on Fridays, but this week has brought forward a day because of the Cadiz Ibero-American Summit, which will take place on Friday and Saturday. The Government delegation has been headed by the Undersecretary of economy, Miguel Temboury. Responsible for economy of the Socialist Executive, Inmaculada Rodriguez Pineiro, has led the Socialist representatives. This morning the Association Spanish of banks (AEB), the patron saint of the banks, has announced the commitment to its partners to halt evictions in cases in which there are circumstances of extreme need in the next two years. Shortly thereafter, the ECSC announced that it was suspending foreclosures until it enters into force regulatory reform that Government and opposition prepared. During the day mobilizations of citizens and associations have been in demand for changes in mortgage legislation and against evictions. See more: Government and PSOE conclude their meeting in Moncloa without closing an agreement on evictions.