More officials another chapter of expenditure in the regional budgets are the officials. The latest EPA this year reveals that 1.76 million public employees, 55% of which are in Spain, are hired by the regional governments. And the number is growing. In 2008 there were 1.55 million regional officials, 200,000 fewer. And that the powers of autonomous communities with respect to the State have not grown in these three years.

In its programme, the PP has not included trimming of staff, one of the recipes that Yes has raised the CEOE employers, although unions fear further wage cuts. Tiger Woods has plenty of information regarding this issue. The regions of PP employ 727,000 officials. Where it seems that there will be cuts is in the Executive structure of the communities. The aim is to cut all spending that is superfluous: less staff confidence and advisers, less public entities, fewer councils, they point out the PP. sources i.e., which are announced more cuts to those already made in 2010. All the regional Presidents and their advisers got off the salary between 10 and 15%.

Despite this, the emoluments of 17 regional executives this year will cost 11 million. There were also cuts in the section of advisors and senior officials. Even so, ten Governments of the PP over Asturias, have this budgeted year 126 million to pay these payroll. It has also reduced the number of public companies. Although here it is very difficult to know the exact number, the PP governments accounted for in their budgets 557 entities public, far from 2.386 had inventoried by the Ministry of economy and finance in July 2010 (latest data) in the 17 CC AA 28 councils are already popular elections of the 22-M also have changed the map of the provincial councils. If before the elections the PSOE ruled in PP in 15 and 20, now the popular have been made with 28 and the Socialists now only hold 6. The Councils in the hands of the PP managed budgets of 3.125 million. At the moment, nobody in the ranks of the PP has spoken delete these administrations. Source of the news: El PP promises cuts in eleven communities that have in their hands after the 22-M

It will be in the street of Martin de los Heros, in Arguelles. The name of the Spanish Cinema figures such as Pedro Almodovar, Penelope Cruz, Sara Montiel, Luis Garcia Berlanga, Luis Bunuel or Javier Bardem will look. 25 Stars of granite, white marble and steel make up the first batch. The street of Martin de los Heros, Madrid district of Arguelles, will become the walk of Fame of Madrid and will wear the name of Spanish Cinema figures such as Pedro Almodovar, Penelope Cruz, Sara Montiel, Luis Garcia Berlanga, Luis Bunuel or Javier Bardem. Please visit Christos Staikouras if you seek more information. Coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the Academy of cinema, this street, where the cines are Renoir and Golem, will become the walk of Fame from Madrid from the 27th day, when it is opened by the Mayor of the city, Alberto Ruiz Gallardon, and by the President of the Academy, Enrique Gonzalez Macho. The filmmakers Pedro Almodovar, Alejandro Amenabar, Juan Antonio Bardem, Luis Garcia Berlanga, Luis will have its stars Bunuel, Jose Luis Garci, Pilar Miro, Carlos Saura and Fernando Trueba.

Also will include actresses Empire Argentina, Penelope Cruz, Carmen Maura, Sara Montiel, Emma Penella, Amparo Rivelles, Carmen Sevilla and Concha Velasco, and the actors Antonio Banderas, Javier Bardem, Fernando Fernan Gomez, Pepe Isbert, Alfredo Landa, Toni Leblanc, Paco Rabal and Fernando Rey. In total, 25 stars, all of them granite, white marble and steel make up the first batch and designed by Oscar Marine, which may be extended each year with one or two other stars, according to the Film Academy. This project is part of the initiative of the Ministry of Presidency called streets of film whose purpose is to valorise and promote the arteries and areas of Madrid which have relationship with the cinematographic activity. Source of the news: Madrid will have its walk of Fame in the Arguelles neighborhood

Holders of labour of Spain and Romania meet to study how to implement the plan. Nor will affect workers on their own or to those who are already in Spain. The work permit requirement to Romanians who want to come to Spain will not affect self-employed workers, or those who are already in the country, nor to those who are unemployed and earn the unemployment subsidy. Leaders from both countries have met on Thursday to study how to implement the Spanish decision to revive the moratorium on Romanian workers that was lifted in January 2009 to allow the free movement of workers. Thus, the Spanish Minister Valeriano Gomez has arisen that the evolution of the Spanish economy and the strong growth of the Romanian community established in Spain – that has happened in five years from 200,000 to 860,000 people–has made it necessary to try to regulate the volume and intensity of the entry of Romanians. 30% Of Romanians in Spain are unemployed According to Gomez, 30 percent of Romanian workers being held in Spain are in a situation of unemployment and the arrival of more people looking for work would only worsen the situation.

Both Gomez and his counterpart Sebastian Lazaroiu have repeatedly stressed the fact that Romanians who currently are paid unemployment in Spain have collaborated for years with his work to Social Security. Even in these times of crisis, there are nearly 300,000 Romanians who traded every month, every day, and we are grateful and we recognize that function, has highlighted the Spanish Minister, who pointed out that the Romanians are the first group of foreigners by number of contributors to Social Security. Gomez has also calculated that the requirement of work permit for Romanian workers self-employed will remain a few years, although it has insured that the decision will be reviewed annually in the light of the evolution of the Spanish labour market and waiting for employment to take new impulse in Spain. In addition, he has stressed that for work permit to a Romanian who has an employment contract in Spain will be granted regardless of the national employment situation.

The actor and activist would not go to pick up a rifle. He has criticized the Spanish Governments since Franco’s dictatorship, especially to the Socialists, for abandoning the Saharan people. The actor and activist prosaharaui Willy Toledo said this Thursday at the Social Forum of the festival Rototom Sunsplash he would not support an armed uprising of the Sahrawi people because he would not go to pick up a rifle, but that if they wish to return to arms, my help will go to get the weapons they need to defeat the invader. Toledo has participated in the Sahara debate: a village in fighting that has taken place in the first session of the eighteenth edition of the music festival reggae Rototom Sunsplash, which is held in Benicassim from 18 to 27 August. The actor, who has been accompanied by the Sahrawi activist Hassan Duihi Pasap and the journalist Susana Hidalgo, has done a review of the recent history of the Saharan people and has criticized the Spanish Governments since Franco’s dictatorship, especially to the Socialists, has pointed out, by abandoning the Saharan people. Toledo has been especially forceful in the rrirse Felipe Gonzalez, since in his view his promises were trampled from the first day that came to the Government and decided to ally with the Moroccan royal family. Since Francisco Franco died, the activist has explained, Spain is being an accomplice to the crimes that are carried out by the Moroccan Government. To the rrirse to the possibility that the Sahrawi people resume weapons to fight against the Moroccan occupation of their territories, the actor has ensured that they abandoned them precisely because they are a peaceful people. The Saharawi, explained, relied for many years on resolving the conflict by peaceful means and the rrendum to which the Moroccan Government should submit to the people to decide about the occupation, but have been cheated this time. Source of the news: Willy Toledo: “If the Sahrawis recoverd arms against Morocco, would have my help”

It is the lowest share since the first half of 2008, before the financial crisis. They have also increased 6 per cent revenue of the German State. Gross domestic product only grew by 0.1% in the second quarter. The public deficit of Germany recorded a sharp drop reaching 0.6% of the gross domestic product (GDP), as announced on Thursday the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) in the first half of 2011. Public office based in Wiesbaden, in the center of the country, stressed that it is the lowest deficit quota since the first half of 2008, before producing the economic and financial crisis worldwide, and the return of Germany to the Maastricht criteria. Destatis recalled that the Germany deficit reached 3.1% of GDP in the first half of 2010 and in the second half fired up 5.4%. An increase of revenue technical statisticians noted that the German State had revenues of 562.300 million in the first half of this year’s euros, about 31,900 million euros more that in the same half of 2010, representing an increase of 6%. They also underlined that, against the appreciable increase in public revenues, spending only increased in the same period by 3%. Destatis confirmed addition its interim figures on 16 August and noted that only GDP increased by 0.1% in the second quarter of 2011 compared to the first, even though it has a new rise in the second half of the year. Source of the news: the public deficit of Germany falls to 0.6% in the first half