By Euro Weekly News Media • 07 November 2015 • 12:30
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CIUDADANOS, one of the contenders in this year´s Spanish general elections on December 20, has vowed to bring an end to corruption in Spain while making new jobs and reforming the education sector.
Ciudadanos is the fastest growing party in Spain and their economic spokesman Luis Garicano said,”There are things that require (new) laws, and that should be discussed and agreed, but there are plenty of things that are just a question of political will, and can be changed at no cost at the start of the legislature.”
The party may form an alliance with the incumbent People´s Party or the Socialists as the bid for power continues in the country.
Garicano, is seen as being in line to be the economy minister for Ciudadanos and has vowed to replace Spain’s two-tier labour market if the party are successful.
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