The spokesperson for the Popular Party in Congress, Cuca Gamarra, stressed this Monday that the priority of the formation headed by Alberto Núñez Feijóo is to form a stable government, as demanded by the fact of holding the presidency of the Council of the European Union and being at few months of being able to close the General State Budget. The representative of the PP has thus collected the requests issued during the past week by entities such as BBVA, Mapfre or Abanca demanding that the executive that is formed based on the results of the past 23-J focus on reducing uncertainty with the in order to contribute to the growth of the economy.
Both the financial director of Mapfre, Fernando Mata, and the president of Abanca, Juan Carlos Escotet, avoided assessing the results of the general elections when presenting their results, however, both agreed to underline the importance of forming a government stable as soon as possible. Mata stressed that “economic stability, a stable regulatory margin and an improvement in social conditions” were essential for the company he led, given that a prosperous economy in the country as a whole is beneficial for Mapfre. Escotet spoke along the same lines, who also expressed the need to carry out “structural reforms” to control public spending and reduce the deficit.