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Figures and people are like oil and water, difficult to mix. When the pandemic put us on the ropes and the confinement forced us to lock ourselves up, the Government took two months to publish its battery of urgent aid for the cultural sector with the aim of mitigating the destruction that Covid-19 and confinement was causing to the world of culture, one of the most affected by living from the public. On May 5, Royal Decree 17/2020 was published, which promised extraordinary aid for the performing arts (23.7 million), cinema (13.2), contemporary art (1 million) and books (4 million) . As of today, not a single euro has yet reached companies and … See More.

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