Spain’s ruling party suggests that blockchain will make the operation of the country’s public administration more efficient.
Last week, 133 deputies from the Popular Party submitted a proposal related to blockchain to the Congress of Deputies. They believe that the technology will “improve internal processes” of the governance.
Besides, the deputies recommended building public and private blockchain models “in order to favor secondary markets for goods and services that lower costs, increase productivity and encourage the creation of specialized employment.”
In spite of the support for blockchain use, the proposal did not define any particular plans or a timeline on how to actually implement those ideas.