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Spain's citizens remain skeptical on bailout

06-26-2012 12:52 BJT

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The Spanish public is digesting the news that Spain has formally requested European aid for its banks. Some Spaniards blame the government’s inaptitude for leading the country into the crisis, while others remained skeptical on how much that hundred billion euro bank bailout would really help their country.

Marina, a Madrid resident says, "If the bailout money lands in the people’s hands, then it is fine. If the money is for those who lent it to us plus the interest it would be worthless."

Luis, a retired Madrid resident says, "The Spanish economy is in bad condition and this was caused by the inaptitude of those who govern. They took us to the economic crisis Spain is living now, because we failed to manage the situation."

Cristina, a student in Madrid says, " I think we are entering a loop of continuous debt. But I guess this bailout money will be useful."

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: CNTV.CN

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