The Council of Ministers today approved the budgets of 2022, accounts with the greatest public spending on history and in which the arrival of an additional 27,633 million of European funds is due. This last fact is undoubtedly significant because it is funds with which the government still does not count and that they are conditioned, to which the historical problems, the background and warnings about the difficulties of Spain to absorb and develop large funds .
The Government, however, has not shown any doubt that it will have that figure in its entirety, and has presumed the great disbursement that will take place to be "the vehicle of recovery", as explained by the Minister of Finance , María Jesús Montero, at the press conference after the Council.
Montero has detailed the items for measures that have been announced in recent days, such as the young bonus for rent by which under 35 years of age will receive 250 euros monthly and that will have a cost of 200 million; o The cultural bonus, to which a departure of 210 million euros is dedicated.
Hacienda manager has also advanced that tax collection will grow by 8%, until reaching 232,352 million, and has detailed the impact of increasing societies tax to 15%: it will contribute "about 400 million euros" and will affect only To 1,070 companies.
Also the owner of a public function has wanted to emphasize the public employment offer that the Executive has closed for this year, and has made the following comparison: "In three years of the Government of President Sánchez, the public employment offer was 73% Superior than the 6-year government of Mariano Rajoy ".
What has not alluded Montero, however, is in the strong discontent between the union representatives of the officials, who have totally rejected the refusal of the Government to negotiate the salary rise and impose an increase of 2%. So much so, that CCOO, in an unprecedented decision, did not come to the meeting.
And all this, while Spain will continue dragging historically high figures from public debt and deficit. Enel case of liabilities, the figure will be 119% of GDP at the close of this year, and the one that will end at 115%.
The evolution of budget deviation, for its part, will be as follows: 8.5% by 2021, 5% by 2022, 4% by 2023 and 3.2% in 2024. Montero has wanted to highlight the efforts in this area, but The figures continue to show the great and historical problems of Spain to control their accounts.Updated Date: 07 October 2021, 09:00