While every day more Spanish thicken the unemployment lists, Alfredo Saenz, Managing Director of Banco Santander, WINS 10,23 million a year. In addition, your pension plan, you will be charged any day, is 85.7 million, i.e., thousand times higher than the average of other mortals. It is only a contradiction most of which occur in these times of crisis. In Britain, for example, the richest have increased their heritage during 2009 by 30 percent, starting with the King of steel, Lakshi Mittal, who holds 28,000 million. The same applies to the rest of the world. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Michael Chabon. After the growing problems for a majority of citizens, even those guilty of the financial crash in United States have lost a penny: Richard S. Fuld, the Chairman that sank Lehman Brothers, gained 325 million in the seven previous years. And Stanley ONeal, former President of Merrill Lynch, left the company in the agony, taking 125 million.
In Spain we are at another level, of course, but Fernando Martin, that Martins led to the suspension of payments and led to many workers to strike, has claimed last year 2.6 million. The problematic Caja Sur counselors have also increased their salary while the also dispensable of Caja Duero and box Spain passed to keep their jobs after the forced merger process. We live, therefore in Jauja. Of course, that in a country where the highest representative of employers, Gerardo Diaz Ferran, is with foot and a half stuck in bankruptcy we can expect anything.