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Leftists Scholz and Sanchez far apart on EU fiscal rules

01/17/2022 | 01:18pm EDT
Reuters interview with German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz in Berlin

MADRID, Jan 17 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Olaf Scholz gave Spanish Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez no indication his left-leaning government is ready to support a relaxation of EU fiscal rules, even as the two agreed on Monday to work closer together on European policies.

Sanchez had high expectations of Monday's visit by Scholz, who took over from chancellor Angela Merkel last month, with sources saying he saw their closer "ideological fit" as a chance to rebuild Madrid-Berlin relations.

"The Chancellor and I note that we are entering a new phase in our cooperation at European level," Sanchez told reporters after their meeting, citing a "shared vision with this new German government on social and economic progress."

"We coincide (in the opinion) that the fiscal rules are too complex and hard to comply with", especially in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, he said. But he added that the two countries were not aligned on how to change the rules, known as the European Stability and Growth Pact.

Madrid hopes to convince Berlin to support a more relaxed set of eurozone fiscal rules also backed by France and Italy, setting GDP to debt reduction targets at a more realistic level and slowing the deficit reduction drive.

But Scholz, who leads a "traffic light" coalition with the Greens and liberal Free Democrats, said that while "Germany and Spain are close friends" enjoying good relations, it was too early to review the fiscal rules.

Scholz said the bulk of the 750 billion euro ($855.83 billion) pandemic recovery fund, which was made possible under the existing stability pact, still remains to be spent.

European finance ministers were meeting on Monday to discuss when to return to the stability pact suspended during the pandemic.

Last month, after talks with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris, Scholz said growth and solid finances are no contradiction and can be reached at the same time.

During the 2010 euro zone debt crisis, Germany was seen in Spain as a leading member of the northern European "frugals" that imposed financial restrictions and looked down on "spendthrift" southern neighbours.

Even without immediate progress, the Sanchez government sees Scholz's visit as a start in breaking up of those two blocs, a Spanish senior government official said.

Spain has not joined the EU fiscal reform proposal launched recently by France and Italy, but still wants to change the debt limits set by the current fiscal rules.

The latest data shows that the average debt to GDP ratio in the euro zone is at close to 100%, from Greece with a ratio of 207%, to Estonia with 19%. Spain stands at 122% and Germany is close to 70%.

"We need a new credible rule. Most of the big euro countries cannot meet the 60% target," the Spanish source said.

Achim Post, the general secretary of the European parliament's Socialist bloc and a prominent member of Scholz's Social Democrats in Germany, noted that left-wing parties are now leading Spain, Portugal, Germany and the Nordic countries, and saw new scope for cooperation in Europe. ($1 = 0.8763 euros) (Reporting by Andreas Rinke and Belen Carreno, additional reporting Paul Carrel in Berlin; writing by Emma Thomasson and Andrei Khalip, editing by Aislinn Laing, Ed Osmond and Jane Merriman)


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