Is it reasonable that the first city council of Spain, with a surplus of 1,022 million euros in 2016, be partially intervened to spend more than the account when that surplus is no less than 0.8% of GDP in the city of Madrid? The question has no rhetoric, and is, at heart, the essence of the umpteenth confrontation between the City of Madrid and the Ministry of Finance. […] There is an evident vertical asymmetry between the different administrations. And the most favored is the one Montoro directly controls.

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