They ordered the withdrawal of the army emergency unit. Burned 1,400 hectares in total. It is the worst fire that has registered the Mediterranean island. The judge decrees imprisonment without bail for the alleged perpetrator of the fire. About 300 soldiers of the military unit of emergencies (UME) moved to Ibiza from Zaragoza and Valencia to combat forest fire declared this week in the island begin this same night his withdrawal. The Balearic Government, once the fire is already stabilized, has asked the General policy direction of Dnsa withdrawal this afternoon of the ctive displaced up to Ibiza.
Ctive of the EMU which have participated in the work of extinguishing fire, 200 from the III battalion of emergency intervention, with headquarters in Betera (Valencia) and 100 of the IV battalion of Zaragoza embark tomorrow at 14.00 hours bound to Denia and from this location to their respective destinations by road. The worst fire in total, according to the sources, the forces of the EMU have been used to attack the fire 6 aircraft of the 43 group of air forces, a light helicopter EC-135 for command and control and a HU-27 Cougar helicopter, equipped with helibalde (basket for water downloads). The fire has been given this morning by stabilized in the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja-Ibiza, since the situation has substantially improved during the night, after four days since they started the fire in the Serra of Morna. From the Balearic Government is has appreciated the enormous effort of more than 500 professionals who have worked tirelessly these days in the worst fire ever registered in Ibiza with nearly 1,400 hectares burned. Source of the news: the fire of Ibiza, “stabilized”
Rehn stressed that the fact that both Italy and Spain have committed to undertake and implement ambitious measures to achieve fiscal consolidation and the full recovery of their economies is what should prevail in the view of the markets. It is what matters and what must be taken into account, he concluded. They ruled out a rescue for Spain and Italy do not believe that none of these two countries are going to need a special program of rescue, the foundations of its economy does not justify to be necessary, the Commissioner said, the measures already taken by their parliaments would not be needed such extraordinary measures. On the other hand, the European Commissioner has assured that the agreement on the second bailout to Greece and to ensure the stability of the eurozone will be completed in weeks, in early September. We are doing what is necessary to implement the agreement as rapidly and fully as possible, said Rehn, and he said that the European Commission’s services are working day and night to finish the technical details of the agreement and that they are moving rapidly.
The Commissioner relied on investors to tranquilizaran on the implementation of the agreement once they understand that all this work is carried out, and recalled that the President of the EC, Jose Manuel Durao Barroso, yesterday urged the EU leaders to a rapid implementation of what was agreed. Rehn also stressed that the EU must be ready to adapt its crisis management tools so that they are credible and acti, in allusion to the possibility of expanding the rescue (EFSF) Fund. To make this instrument asset’scarryingamount, it must be credible and respected by the markets, so the EFSF will need to be continuously evaluated and updated, said the Commissioner. According to Rehn, this is in line with the conclusions agreed at the end of July by leaders Europeans, who demanded better crisis management methods in the single currency area. As yesterday underlined Barroso in his letter to the js from Government, the Commission remains ready to contribute to this task of paramount importance, added Rehn. In such a missive, the EC President said that the debt crisis already not only affects the peripheral countries and noted the need to expand the bailout Fund (EFSF), something that has attracted criticism from the German Government to reopen this debate at the wrong time. Source of the news: EC says is crucial to Spain apply “offensively” reforms
Markets. Nobody knows who exactly are, but there are daily in the press, sometimes indecipherable screens of Bloomberg, in the mouth of the citizens and especially politicians, who have come to define them as herds of wolves. Markets return to lose confidence in the handling of the crisis by Europe: bailouts don’t work and the fire of the fiscal crisis does more than stoke, with Spain again near the hot zone. The causes are varied. The changes in the leadership of the ECB and the IMF open questions. The upcoming European effort tests to banking – in June – generated doubts. And, above all, the cacophony of voices on the restructuring of Greek debt, a taboo that is increasingly closer to break, has left this week to Europe compared to another moment of truth. Source of the news:: the baton as head of IMF accentuates the crisis of the European Union.