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Había perdido ya hasta la cuenta de las veces que lo había escuchado. Y no solo al presidente del Gobierno, que han sido por cierto en unas cuantas ocasiones. Se lo habíamos oído decir prácticamente a todos los miembros de su ejecutiva. «Nadie se va a quedar atrás», nos han machacado una y otra vez, desde ese anuncio inicial de medidas para paliar el impacto económico y social del coronavirus el pasado 17 de marzo. Pedro Sánchez anunciaba la movilización de hasta 200.000 millones de euros, el 20% del PIB español, de los que 117.000 procederían íntegramente del sector público y el restante se complementaría con movilización de recursos privados, además de la flexibilización para las empresas de la adopción... Ver Más
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