The Catholic Church has some 100,000 properties in Spain. Should the Church pay the IBI for the buildings that are not dedicated to worship? The debate has often been on whether the Church should pay the IBI or not, but beyond bar-room conversations, the real problem lies in the absence of a list that unites the group of Church assets Catholic in Spain. The central government is the only one that can modify the norm that affects the exemption of payment of the taxes of the Church.

See original (not translated) news ➥

 

See translated news ➥