Asbestos victims, Democratic Memory Act and higher defense spending


Summary of the most important news that will produce today.

Euskaraz irakurri: Albiste izango will say: Amiantoaren biktimentzako funtsa, Memoria Demokratikoaren Legea eta Defentsa spenda

These are the topics that the main headlines this Wednesday, October 5:

– Asbestos Victims’ Fund: The bill to establish a compensation fund for asbestos victims will be finally approved today in the Senate plenary, where it will receive unanimous support if the political groups maintain their voting position.

Democratic Memory Act: The Democratic Memory Law will be finally approved in the Senate plenary session this Wednesday, where it is expected to pass without making changes to text previously approved by the Congress of Deputies.

controversy over the rise in defense spending: The draft public accounts of the government of Spain reflects up to 25% increase in Defence. Expenditure goes from 9,791 million in 2022 to 12,317 million in 2023 as a global calculation. United We Can has denounced that the PSOE failed to notify him of this increase.

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Source: EITB


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