The second vice president and minister of work, Yolanda Díaz, has indicated, questioned by the meeting of the Government President, Pedro Sánchez, with investment funds from the United States, that "his concern" is with workers who have lost their rights or with The unemployed
"The investment funds are in the world to earn money and governments, especially the progressives, are to improve the lives of people," said Diaz in declarations to the media in El Escorial.
"What worries me are the workers who have lost their rights (...) the unemployed and stops (...) the young people without employment or mothers (...) who have difficulty meeting the needs Of his children, "said Diaz, who has incident that in United Can we are in government to change those things" not to improve the profitability of funds ".
"I guess they will have talked about tax," said Díaz, who believes that is "the only interesting of a visit to a great investment fund".
"The president has done his job," he concluded.
Sánchez yesterday transferred the representatives of the main investment funds from the United States that the priority in Spain is economic recovery rather than a tax reform in which it is being worked.
Sánchez launched that message to US investors at the meetings he kept with them in New York at the beginning of his economic tour that he intends to exhibit Spain's business opportunities.Date Of Update: 25 July 2021, 04:31