Spain’s parliament has approved the majority of the conclusions from the coronavirus economic and social recovery commission


Spain’s parliament has approved the majority of the conclusions from the coronavirus economic and social recovery commission, which was formed in May with the aim of designing plans to help Spain bounce back from the Covid-19 pandemic.

The commission, which is made up of politicians from all parties, put forward a series of recommendations on four different issues: the European Union, thehealthcare system, economic reform and social policies.

All of the documents were approved except the one regarding social measures, which included recommendations for the rental market, the basic minimum wage and the fight against gender violence.