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Civil Servants In Spain Cost Twice The Amount They Get In Income Tax.

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From Typically Spanish/El Mundo

'Meanwhile it has been revealed that the State spends twice the amount it obtains in income tax on the wages of civil servants. The total wage cost of the ministries, the regional governments, and local town halls now amounts to 124 billion €. Despite the number, which is the same as 12% of G.D.P., the Government has this week promised not to freeze civil servants wages, and to keep their purchasing power over three years. The total civil service wage number has been revealed in an internal report from the Ministry for Tax and the Economy, and has been published in El Mundo'

Something has got to give.

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From Typically Spanish/El Mundo

'Meanwhile it has been revealed that the State spends twice the amount it obtains in income tax on the wages of civil servants. The total wage cost of the ministries, the regional governments, and local town halls now amounts to 124 billion €. Despite the number, which is the same as 12% of G.D.P., the Government has this week promised not to freeze civil servants wages, and to keep their purchasing power over three years. The total civil service wage number has been revealed in an internal report from the Ministry for Tax and the Economy, and has been published in El Mundo'

Something has got to give.

Correct. The Spanish public will just pay more tax.

Problem solved...

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