Spain By The Economist

Social conflict in Spain reached a risk level 3 out of 4 points for the discomfort triggered during the economic crisis, according to The Economist. Thus, the country is located next to Morocco, Ukraine, Pakistan and Haiti among others and can see that the social malaise that seems sometimes not be present, threatening the stability of the country.

Spain’s government seems to be aware of the situation prevailing in the streets and trying to prevent certain problems. With this intention is born the new Public Safety Act promoted by the Home Office and reviewed by the Board before the controversy around certain measures included in the draft as fines of up to 30,000 euros for insulting a policeman.

The reasons vary from country to country risk (used 150): opposition to dictatorial regimes is strongly present in the Arab world from the disastrous economic situation that makes the stability of Spain or Greece and the aspirations of the middle class in emerging countries such as Brazil or Turkey.
 
In the case of Spain, The Economist Intelligence Unit, The Economist company that drafted the report has taken into account factors triggered by the economic situation and the high level of unemployment.
 
However, it is a set of facts that determines this risk. Thus is the importance of the existence of high levels of inequality, developments in recent history, ethnic tensions, poor social protection and, above all, the loss of confidence in institutions (“a crisis of democracy” ).
 
Although the reasons for change, all that make up the group of countries Spain -66 in total-are facing a high risk of an explosion of social conflict.
 
High risk
 
In the hottest part of the thermometer and above the group that stands Spain, 19 countries live in a situation of extreme risk. These include Egypt, Iraq, Libya or Syria. In fact, most countries in the Middle East, North Africa and Eastern Europe are included in this section.
 
By contrast, six countries form the group of the most secure and stable: Austria, Denmark, Japan, Luxembourg, Norway and Switzerland have a novel 1-risk of social conflict.
 
Spain’s government seems to be aware of the situation prevailing in the streets and trying to prevent certain problems. With this intention is born the new Public Safety Act promoted by the Home Office and reviewed by the Board before the controversy around certain measures included in the draft as fines of up to 30,000 euros for insulting a policeman.

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