1. The Airef asks the State to assume Social Security expenses to cover its hole. The Social Security system accumulates a deficit that, in the opinion of the Independent Authority of Fiscal Responsibility (AIReF), it is between 1.3% and 1.5% of GDP. A hole that could be corrected, however, by adjustments of income and expenditure between subsectors that would be "desirable", were assumed by the State.
2. Rato, about his departure from Bankia before the rescue: "Rajoy threw me out". Let's travel to May 2012, in the prelude to the worst summer of the Spanish economy, when the country looked out over the precipice. The snowball of the crisis of the savings banks it threatened the entire economy and something had to be done. On May 7 Rodrigo Rato resigned, the then president of Bankia, an entity that included seven savings banks, some of the most problematic as Bancaja and Caja Madrid
3. The Moncloa.com portal accuses BBVA of paying Villarejo to spy on its behalf. BBVA hired Commissioner Villarejo to spy on businessmen and members of Zapatero's government (among them Minister Miguel Sebastián) when Sacyr wanted to take control of the entity at the end of 2004, according to the Moncloa.com portal, which provides to cement your accusation copies of documentation in this regard.
4. The 2018/2019 Income campaign will begin on April 2 and end on July 1. The Income and Heritage campaign of 2018 will begin next April 2 for the presentation via internet and by phone, and will last until July 1, according to the taxpayer's calendar prepared by the Tax Agency.
5. Manpower believes that by 2019 there will be 404,000 new jobs thanks to brick, industry and services. The employment rate will grow by 2.1% in 2019 and 1.8% in 2020, below the 2.5% registered in 2018, according to the «ManpowerGroup Index» on employment growth forecasts 2019 and 2020, which points to a "soft deceleration", but with continuity in its expansion.