Agencia EFEMay 8, 2013 11:32
Madrid, May 8 (EFE).- Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called Wednesday for staying the course on the reforms implemented by his government and said that adjusting the deficit target had avoided "the strangulation" of society.
The forecasts included in the economic reform plan submitted to the European Union are "realistic," Rajoy told Parliament.
Some economic indicators are performing "spectacularly" and are well above forecasts, the prime minister said.
"Spain is back on its feet and is reliable," Rajoy told lawmakers.