MARIANO RAJOY - PROPOSALS FOR CHANGE

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24 Nov 2011 00:00 by Keith110 Star rating in the UK and I am lead.... 682 posts Send private message

Many purchasers have been robbed of the chance to enjoy everything Spain has to offer.  For many it is just a dream as their money has been 'stolen' by the corrupt developers and negligent Banks.  Many wonder if they will live to see the return of their money and have a second chance at experiencing the positive things Spain has to offer.

Spain is a fantastic country with friendly people.  It is such a shame that the image of the country is tarnished so badly by the corruption and abuses in the property sector.

I sincerely hope that Sr. Mariano Rajoy and his new Government will realise that if they act quickly to resolve the Bank Guarantee issues then the result may well be a revitalised Spanish Property Market.

The problem at the moment is most prospective buyers have their money stuck in the system and until such time as it is refunded back to them in full they will not have any trust in the property market.

Now is the time to act Sr. Rajoy.   Learn from the mistakes of Sr. Zapatero, Sra. Corredor and Sr. Blanco.  Work immediately with us - the victims - and the Banco de España and together we can provide real and effective solutions to the Bank Guarantee Abuse that thousands are currently suffering.  Only then will trust be regained and property buyers once again be tempted to invest in your wonderful country.

Keith
BANK GUARANTEES IN SPAIN ACTION GROUP


Below are some key points from the PP election manifesto. It is a 24 page document with 100 Proposals for Change.  No mention of Bank Guarantee Abuse but let's see if they are true to their word on these related issues.

More society, better government

We know that it will not be easy and there are no short cuts. But we are prepared for the job and we have the enthusiasm, courage and capacity to make a right start and work towards the kind of Spain we all need.

We have to lay the foundations for a more competitive economy so that we can restore confidence and once more make Spain the best place to invest and create jobs.

The image and influence of our country abroad - We must restore our trustworthiness and credibility in the world.

 

Spain, competitive in the euro

 

We will develop a general plan to improve the image of Spain as a brand that will provide exporters and investors with the image of a country of excellence in all areas.

 

Credit to finance recovery

 

We will complete the provisioning and restructuring of the financial system. In doing so, we will provide assistance in the active management of impaired assets for financial institutions that require it. These assets will be placed on the market under criteria of transparency, market price and independent supervision.

 

Housing policy for growth and cohesion

 

We will reform the law on insolvency to introduce mechanisms freeing debtors after the enforcement of their assets that can be attached, with due guarantees, to prevent abusive behaviour.

 

Spain, a global tourism power

 

We will present a comprehensive plan for tourism, which values the industry as a priority. It will improve its tax treatment and develop policies that cut across all ministries involved in the sector. This will involve collaboration with the autonomous regions and the participation of the private sector.

 

We will boost the image of Spain as a quality tourist destination by modernising and improving the network of tourist offices in Spain and abroad. We will promote the holding of major cultural and sporting events in Spain. We will boost the Spain brand as a model of quality tourism.

 

Government: the motor for change

 

In the globalised world the quality of our legal system and the efficiency of our institutions make up a powerful factor affecting competitiveness. They must be an integral part in guiding our strategy for economic growth.

 

Austerity, transparency and responsibility in the administration of public resources must be the core principles behind all reforms.

The transformation that all levels of government are undergoing must aim for three clear objectives: more efficient provision of public services; more efficient participation by the private sector in the provision of these services; and greater answerability backed up by full transparency.

 

A modern state must guarantee values of certainty, legal security and legal trust.

 

Some principles must be fully accepted in regulations: realistic objectives and time horizons; properly defined competences; a reduction in discretionary awards; transparency in the decision-making processes; transparent regulatory dialogue between the authorities and interested parties; flexibility; adaptability; minimum intervention; and full respect for market mechanisms.

 

We need clear, precise, stable and easily applicable laws, regardless of their origin.

 

Using the advantages involved in political and administrative decentralisation requires the rigorous tackling of many of the problems which have so far been ignored.

 

Transparency

 

We will immediately approve a law on transparency, access to public information and good governance, in accordance with the principles inspiring the European Convention on Access to Official Documents.

 

The law will tackle transparency from a comprehensive perspective as the right of citizens and a basic principle for action by all the public administrations. It will guarantee in a balanced fashion the right to the protection of personal data against the safeguard of general interests.

 

Exemplary behaviour and transparency are essential in the activities of those who assume public responsibility, both at the personal and institutional level. The Popular Party is committed to promoting transparency, austerity and rigour and to fighting corruption in politics and in all public administrations.

 

A contradictory and excessive legal system dependent on arbitrary legal impulses is an insurmountable drag on the credit of a society.

We need a consistent legal framework with effective laws applied by institutions and bodies that guarantee qualification and transparency. A stable environment that inspires trust makes possible the best initiatives and most effective projects.

 

Flexible and consistent justice

 

We will change the model of the judicial system to make it effective, accessible and transparent for people involved in legal action, and ensure a unified management by all jurisdictional bodies. We will create an agency to organise a single computerised system that provides immediate online information on judicial matters and of those that are in public records related to the administration of justice.

 

We will strengthen the function of the Supreme Court as an appellate court for legal review.

 

The prestige of the Constitutional Court

 

We will modify the procedure for the election of judges to the Constitutional Court to prevent it from taking undue time

 

We will re-establish the system of appeal on constitutional grounds prior to proceedings involving the reform of the autonomous regions’ charters. Appeals for the guarantee of fundamental rights will be limited to the ordinary courts and we will reserve the Constitutional Court for the exercise of its powers in cases of constitutional interest under law.

 

European policy and influence abroad

 

We must recover our leading role abroad as a reliable, dependable and respected partner. The economic and institutional reforms we are going to undertake will contribute to international respect for Spain and its international role as an advanced Western democracy that is committed to freedom, democracy and the defence of human rights.

 


 


 



This message was last edited by Keith110 on 25/11/2011.

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20 Dec 2011 16:28 by Keith110 Star rating in the UK and I am lead.... 682 posts Send private message

Rajoy sworn in as sixth PM in Spain's democratic era

 

EL PAÍS - S. ALCAIDE - Madrid - 20/12/2011

 

Popular Party leader Mariano Rajoy was voted in this morning by Congress as the sixth prime minister of the democratic era. Members of the PP were joined by the Asturian Forum and the Navarrese People's Union in casting 185 votes in favor, while 149 votes against were lodged by the Socialist Party, the Catalan nationalist bloc CiU, the United Left, Unión Democracia y Progreso, the Galician Nationalist Bloc, GeroaBai and Compromís-Equo.

"I am content, because there have been many years of hard work," were the new prime minister's first words on the floor of Congress. "I am full of enthusiasm, excitement and determination to take Spain forward." Rajoy said that his Cabinet would not be revealed until at least Wednesday afternoon.



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21 Dec 2011 13:12 by Keith110 Star rating in the UK and I am lead.... 682 posts Send private message

Rajoy anunciará a las 19.30 en La Moncloa la composición de su Gobierno.

Mariano Rajoy will announce his cabinet team at 7:30pm today.
It will be interesting to see who is the Finance Minister and who has replaced Beatriz Corredor as Housing Minister and José Blanco as Minister of Public Works.



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21 Dec 2011 17:43 by ads Star rating. 4025 posts Send private message

This is a powerful statement Keith so let's see what action comes from this:

We must recover our leading role abroad as a reliable, dependable and respected partner. The economic and institutional reforms we are going to undertake will contribute to international respect for Spain and its international role as an advanced Western democracy that is committed to freedom, democracy and the defence of human rights.

We all know to our cost that existing laws in Spain have either been flouted or impeded by an unaccountable system of delays within the Spanish justice system, resulting in lack of judicial enforcement, which have subsequently compromised human rights. So let's see what action transpires. Likewise with all too many other legal issues relating to human rights.

We must not be fooled by rhetoric but need to make our judgements based upon consistent and timely actions by this new Government to ensure that those who have been compromised throughout the last decade of abuse receive justice and rightful recompense according to the law.

Only then will we believe that Spain has the right to international respect.





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21 Dec 2011 20:55 by Keith110 Star rating in the UK and I am lead.... 682 posts Send private message

Hi Ads

Yes, it is a very powerful statement from Mariano Rajoy.  There are many key points in his 100 Proposals for Change.

Pressure on the new Spanish Government starts now.  They must follow up these statements with actions - unlike the previous Government led by Sr. Zapatero.

Here are the names of the Vice President and 13 Ministers which make up Mariano Rajoy's new cabinet, as announced earlier this evening:

 

·                     Ministro de Asuntos Exteriores y de Cooperación, José Manuel García Margallo.

·                     Ministro de Justicia, Alberto Ruíz Gallardón.

·                     Ministro de Defensa, Pedro Morenés Eulate.

·                     Ministro de Hacienda y Administraciones Públicas, Cristóbal Montoro Romero.

·                     Ministro del Interior, Jorge Fernández Díaz.

·                     Ministra de Fomento, Ana Pastor Julián.

·                     Ministro de Educación, Cultura y Deporte, José Ignacio Wert Ortega.

·                     Ministra de Empleo y Seguridad Social, María Fátima Bañez García.

·                     Ministro de Industria, Energía y Turismo, José Manuel Soria.

·                     Ministro de Agricultura, Alimentación y Medio Ambiente, Miguel Arias Cañete.

·                     Ministra de la Presidencia, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría Antón.

·                     Ministro de Economía y Competitividad, Luis de Guindos Jurado.

·                     Ministra de Sanidad, Servicios Sociales e Igualdad, Ana Mato Adrover.

·                     Vicepresidenta primera del Gobierno y Ministra Portavoz, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría.


Kind regards

Keith



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22 Dec 2011 07:56 by mariadecastro Star rating in Algeciras (Cadiz). 9347 posts Send private message

Legal Questions? Speak to Maria Direct

 Ruiz Gallardon as Ministry of Justice....a hard work ahead for a very capable man



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22 Dec 2011 12:52 by Keith110 Star rating in the UK and I am lead.... 682 posts Send private message



"A word in your ear Your Majesty - Don't you think I did a good job for the last 8 years of fobbing off those people suffering from property abuses in our country?"



"Now Sr. Rajoy, a word of advice - I don't think you should brush those Property and Bank Guarantee campaigners under the carpet like Sr. Zapatero did. To regain trust in our housing market you must resolve their issues now and eliminate corruption from the property and banking sectors"



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17 Feb 2012 18:10 by ads Star rating. 4025 posts Send private message

Maria,

You referred to  Ruiz Gallardon as Minister of Justice, as a very capable man.

Can you advise if you have seen any efforts to date by the Minister, to address the major problems of court delays and their impact on the enforcement of law in Spain?

To your knowledge, are the Law Societies doing anything about this?

Are these fine words being followed through?

" We must recover our leading role abroad as a reliable, dependable and respected partner. The economic and institutional reforms we are going to undertake will contribute to international respect for Spain and its international role as an advanced Western democracy that is committed to freedom, democracy and the defence of human rights."





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