Palma.—Today in parliament, the Partido Popular and the opposition parties are going to go head to head over next year’s budget.The opposition maintain that central government in Madrid has sold the Balearics short and has drawn up a list of amendments they want to see introduced to improve the budget.However, while initially the PP said that it too felt Madrid had let the Balearics down and the budget was not high enough, the ruling party said yesterday that it will not be voting with the opposition.In fact, parliamentary spokesperson for the PP, Mabel Cabrer, proclaimed yesterday that, because of the cuts the Balearic government has introduced over the past few years, the government will have seven percent more money and that, she claimed, will lead to an improvement in "the domestic economy and that will lead to an improvement in the quality of life."



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