Jerez, Jaén, La Linea, Alcorcón, Parla, Navalcarnero, Totana, Gandía and San Andrés del Rabanedo “have a high risk of sustainability,” according to AIReF. The Fiscal Authority urges Montoro to “summon and lead” a commission of experts to analyze the causes and propose solutions. AIReF estimates that it is “very probable” that local corporations will meet the stability objective in 2018 with a surplus of around 0.6%. AIReF saves Madrid’s face and assures that it does not know why Montoro intervened its accounts weekly.

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