Rajoy in Brussels: “The labor reform is going to me to cost a strike”

This Friday we have made the law of Stability. Friday that comes the financial reform. Then, the labor one. [Labor reform] is going to me to cost a strike. The president of the Spanish Government, Mariano Rajoy, has been relieved with his homologous Finn, Jyrki Katainen, in char it informal moments before beginning the European Council. Tour of table, the entrance of the leaders in the room of the Palace Justus Lipsius where the meeting is held, serves so that the leaders greet and maintain informal conversations under the glance of the centers of the cameras and the indiscreet ear of the microphones.


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