Analysis of the competence development of the autonomy of the Spanish state


Radio Euskadi has analyzed the competence development of the 17 autonomy of the Spanish state. None of them have completed theirs, although Catalonia stands out with 56 transfers pending and Galicia with 22.

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Euskadic is the autonomous community that more skills according to an analysis by Radio Euskadi in recent years, the level of compliance with the 17 autonomy statutes has been assumed. Since 2018, the Basque Country has received 10 transfers and in the last decade half of the total transferred competences (22 out of 44) correspond exactly to the Basque Autonomous Community (CAV).

Since approval, between 1979 and 1983, of the different regulations, their degree of development and speed of compliance has changed over time, more in what refers to the different communities. However, none of them have adhered to its Statute.

When analyzing the last four years, only the Basque Country (10), Valencia (2) and Navarra and Catalonia (both with 1) have made transfers. During the last decadethe list continues, with competitions for Castilla y León (4), Andalucía, Canarias y Baleares (3), Aragón (2), Madrid and Castilla-La Mancha (1), in addition to the 12 that Euskadi achieved, the two from Catalonia and another from Valencia.

According to the collected data, Catalonia is at the bottom in terms of skills development, because it still is 56 pending transfers; Galicia follows, with 27. In the latter’s case, it has not received any transfers since 2008, despite the alternation of PSOE and PP in the Xunta.

The Foral Community Navarra, for its part, has only received one transfer in the past 20 years: in 2021, responsibility for the health of the prisons was transferred to him. Of these, seven are still recognized in the Improvement, including Traffic.

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Source: EITB


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