They start the contacts and are glimpsed, with them, the frictions. The next general budgets of the State, framed in a climate of recovery and departure from the health and economic crisis, will not be exempt from discrepancies among the members of the Government. Both the PSOE and united can be aware of this and prepare to address the fiscal reform, in the mouth of both parties in recent weeks, such as the great battle horse - although not the only stubborn - of the budgets for 2022.
Some accounts that on Tuesday will give its first step forward with the approval in the Council of Ministers of the Expenditure Ceiling. With this, the path towards the processing of decisive budgets is paved for the remainder of legislature and that will be enormously marked by the arrival of the European funds with which the recovery plan will be executed.
The president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, and the Second Vice President, Yolanda Díaz, will definitely profit the Budget Agreement. Before, the Secretary of State for Social Rights, Nacho Álvarez, and the Minister of Finance, María Jesús Montero, will begin to outline the first traces of the budget project. And fiscal reform, although it is part of the Government Pact, it does not take place today the same level of priority among the members who rubricated it at the end of 2019.
Although since United we can avoid pronouncing internally, for weeks that from the dwelling ranks it is claimed that the modification of taxation is a requirement in the negotiation of the budgets that will define the end of the legislature.
From Left United - which is part of the United Coalition We can- expressed this Monday, in the same line, that this matter is "Inaplevable". However, the Socialist Branch of the Government continues to avoid placing the fiscal reform on the axis of future budgets.
The last Descute arrived from President Sánchez himself. After meeting US entrepreneurs as part of his last trip, he stressed a few days ago the same position that for weeks for weeks: despite the fact that an expert commission was created, studying a future fiscal reform, the roadmap is to consolidate economic recovery .
In UNITS, we can consider it fundamental to treat taxation reform for two specific reasons. On the one hand, to take advantage of the thrust that has given the OECD with the "Historical" pact with which the countries that make up agreed on a minimum rate of 15% for the company tax at a global level. An objective that coincides with what was signed by socialists and purple in its Government pact, with the intention of expanding it up to 18% for financial entities and hydrocarbon companies.
United We can also press the PSOE to comply with the agreement on IRPF: expand two points the tax rates on the general basis for taxpayers who have income greater than 130,000 euros and four points for those who exceed 300,000 euros.
On the other hand, and taking advantage of the arrival of Manna European, United we can insist on its social program parallel to economic recovery after the pandemic of Coronavirus. A social spending that the purple understand that it must be reinforced through the reform of the fiscal model and in this way "leaving this crisis with more rights".
Thus, the owners foresee that future budgets are the "most expansive" -thanks, in addition, to other parts of the negotiation that occur difficult to unlock, such as rentals or labor reform- of our history, as Yolanda expressed. Diaz Thus she moved this idea to her parliamentary group a few days ago: "The most have, the more they have to contribute the public coffers."Date Of Update: 26 July 2021, 19:47