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Documentos amosando a realidade do gasto militar

31 Out 2012

Nun intervalo de tempo bastante curto chegaron a nós dous documentos que amosan a realidade do gasto militar en España.

Un deles elaborado pola xente do colectivo Utopía Contagiosa e que leva por título: "Los presupuestos de Defensa engañosos y el gasto militar".

O outro, máis recente, elaborado polo centro de estudos pola paz JM Delás. Pere Ortega é o autor do informe número 14: "Verdades y mentiras en el presupuesto militar español de 2013".

Nel o autor analiza o déficit do Estado que ven da compra de armamento, prestando especial atención aos Programas Especiais de Armamento. Do mesmo xeito que outros anos, faise un análise polo miúdo do orzamento militar previsto nos orzamentos para 2013.

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informe Gasto Militar 2013.pdf264.49 KB
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