Before this experiment, Belgium also did fine without a government during 533 days… Now, Spain, and somehow, in a different manner, also the UK without “European Commission”. Contrary to the expectations, these experiments have shown that governments and politicians are a problem. If they are not implementing a persistent agenda that withdraw fluidity to the economic forces, they may be, at least, notoriously incompetent.
«The latest health check on the Spanish recovery comes after caretaker Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy took his most decisive action yet to end the seven-month deadlock by accepting King Felipe’s nomination to form a government on Thursday. After two inconclusive elections, the 61-year-old said he would try to rally support across the political spectrum to form a government, and would even consider presiding over a minority administration as long as the opposition agreed to a minimum common agenda.» in http://www.forbes.com/sites/timworstall/2016/07/29/spains-economy-expands-0-7-because-or-despite-political-deadlock/#5a6f74006e4f
What you say? Urgently? Come on!..