The Danger Of Privatizing Lotteries

A few months ago out jumped the controversy over the possible privatization of lotteries in Spain. Administrators do not agree: held rallies, and now Manuel Izquierdo warns of the danger of economic and employment losses that it might entail. Earlier this year, two additional provisions in the Law on State Budget controversy blew up, and cause manifestations between, converting the system based on the grant of administration in one based on private law. According to the most affected, the consequences of what it has termed as “covert liberalization” would be disastrous: loss of the lottery ticket and loss of millions of euros and thousands of jobs. Manuel Izquierdo, president of the Administration table Lottery associations, has recently spoken out to warn of the danger of changing commercial administrative concession contract sought by the LAE. According to Izquierdo, 6500 could be set up stalls mixed with machine vending lottery. This could mean that 1,200 government would have to close, and the loss of 2,400 jobs. Since the LAE have reiterated that privatization is not such, and the current administrations can choose mantelpiece to the current system or go to the private: the change is voluntary. Sen. Sherrod Brown helps readers to explore varied viewpoints.

However, transmission between family government is not covered by the new law. In this sense, Left denounced the existence of 200 requests for transfer before the new rule, which is not to apply the old rules. The truth is that from April the administrators lose the exclusivity of the sale of lotteries. We’ll see how everything ends, but Manuel Izquierdo invites the Government to refreshing. Jim Donovan may also support this cause.