The path of we can clear: EN 2022 will have to undertake an "still deeper" fiscal reform. And despite the fact that the PSOE, its government partner, has committed to this, the owners emphasize the need to address at that time all matters that have been parked in the negotiation of the next general budgets of the State.
This has been expressed this Friday the Secretary of State for Social Rights, Nacho Álvarez, who has considered that the agreement reached with the Socialists to impose a minimum rate of 15% to large companies has been a "very important" fiscal progress, but not It's enough. "It's a first step, you have to go further."
It is scheduled, as reported, that in the coming months the Committee of Experts appointed to analyze the reform of the tax system deliver to the Ministry of Finance a "White Paper" in which the parameters for the readjustment are established. It will then be when running a "deeper" restructuring, something that goes online with the exhibited this week by the Hacienda holder, María Jesús Montero, who admitted that for the moment concrete modifications have been made.
Then, he has announced Álvarez, united we can put on the table issues that have been discarded in recent days in the negotiations between purple and socialists. "It will be time to address the negative tax bases," in relation to societal tax, or "a rebalancing of the tax invoice", with the intention of reducing VAT, for example, in certain feminine hygiene products, known as Pink rate.
The Uni of Autumn, the space where it has been pronounced this Friday Nacho Álvarez, is serving the Forum Purities in which to vindicate and celebrate the progress made in the last days against the PSOE. As it happened this Thursday, we can boast of having managed to convince your government partner regarding the regulation of rentals, despite the "permeability" of the PSOE with investment funds.
"There has been a bright reaction to the Law on Housing by neoliberalism, also by the President of the employer, which does not seem to represent all employers," the Secretary of Housing of We can, Alejandra Jacinto, contrary to the Opinion of the CEOE leader, Antonio Garamendi.
In addition, Jacinto has accused the Popular Party, which has already refused to apply this rule in the autonomies where he rule, "arrogant" to want to bring the housing law to the Constitutional Court "without having read the text" previously.
"They are getting a shot on their foot," said the Secretary of Housing of We can in relation to the offensive starring the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, and the mayor of the capital, José Luis Martínez-Almeida. , "Because they make opposition to the Madrid and Madrid, and make opposition to human rights."Date Of Update: 09 October 2021, 15:11