between public health and economic recovery, can the government strike a balance? ask your questions
The line of “whatever the cost” is effectively maintained. The government believes that the financial cost of this emergency support will ultimately be less damaging than the management of cascading bankruptcies and the explosion of unemployment.
Where does he get the money? Part of the aid must come from Europe. For the rest, the Head of State who, at the beginning of his mandate advocated financial responsibility and deficit reduction, finally chose to resort to massive debt.
The extremely low interest rates, the support of the European Central Bank, and the absence of speculative attacks on the financial markets, allow, for the moment, that this strategy remains relatively painless.