“I am autonomous from my party”



The president of Castilla-La Mancha, the socialist Emiliano Garcia-Pageis added to the rest of PSOE barons that opened the spigot by which the Socialist Party has lost the tax framework with the PP. Page announced a tax cut on Tuesday and warned that he he is “autonomous” from his party and you owe it to all the citizens of your community. The president’s environment, however, alleges that the recipes launched by Page are social democracy with all the letters. “Pure and hard”, ditch.

Specifically, the fiscal plan of Emiliano García-Page consists of six key points aimed at modifying the taxation of your region via deduction and that, according to their calculations, may have an impact of 85 million euros in the pockets of the people of Castile-La Mancha. Of which 75 million will arrive directly touching the regional section of the Personal Income Tax (IRPF).

The head of the regional government has indicated that in the next income statement, with the aim of alleviating inflation in the homes of the most vulnerable, taxpayers will be able to deduct 200 euros in income less than 12,000 euros; 150 if they are less than 21,000, and 100 euros in the case of income less than 30,000 euros. This deduction, in addition, may be increased by 50, 37.5 or 25 euros, respectively, for each dependent child of the taxpayer.

For families, in addition, the already existing deductions are extended and deductions are added for expenses in education, in childcare and a new extraordinary deduction for the interest on mortgage loans. In this way, and according to the Page environment, the plan reaches 87% of taxpayers. “If the IRPF had been deflated, the savings would only be between 7 and 14 euros for these incomes. And for incomes below 20,000 euros, the savings would have been zero,” they argue.

Different from PP

The Castilian-Manchego Government is aligned with the fiscal announcements of the Government of Pedro Sánchez to help the lowest incomes. In silver: it does not deflate the personal income tax rate as requested by the PP, as the Page environment reiterates, but it increases the deductions in the lower brackets. The PSOE of Castilla-La Mancha, however, speaks of “a model of its own, consistent and moderate.”

Beyond this tax reduction via personal income tax of 85 million euros serving the middle classes and families, Page has also announced measures for freelancers and companies: deductions are approved for those who help create a company or undertake an economic activity. In addition, 40 million are approved for investment by companies before the end of the year. And “the largest employment stimulus program in the region” is launched; endowed with 1,100 million euros between 2023 and 2025.

“In coherence with what this Government has defended for seven years, and agreed with businessmen and unions, no taxes are raised on any economic or social sector. And We will continue betting on the harmonization of the taxes transferred from Patrimony and Inheritance, so that the same is paid throughout Spain”, settle sources from the regional government.

The socialist alarm

The alarm in Ferraz sounds more and more strongly. And, as Vozpópuli already told, the imminence of the regional and municipal elections in May of next year has opened the race for ‘every man for himself’, as recognized by prominent socialists in private. The party’s brand is suffering, according to the polls, no matter how much the spokespersons say otherwise in public. Alberto Núñez Feijóo’s PP follows first in most opinion polls. The economic slowdown, fueled by high inflation, continues to be the poison that month after month kills the PSOE’s expectation of remaining in Moncloa for another four years. The brand of the party harms the presidents and mayors who have to undergo an examination in May.

For this reason, the path opened by the socialist Ximo Puig, whose fiscal turn attacked the government’s message of the need for taxes to keep the welfare state strong, is understood. Also the criticism than his own García Page launched his party’s strategy when dealing with the leader of the opposition (calling him insolvent) and the policy of alliances with the independentistas that the PSOE maintains in Congress to carry out most of the decrees that Moncloa sends to the Carrera de San Jerónimo.

The PSOE begins to boil. And it is that the Aragonese president, Javier Lambán, also flirted with the idea of ​​joining if the parties with which he governs leave him. Meanwhile, the socialist leader in Madrid, Juan Lobato, unveiled the logo with which he will try to establish his project and there is no trace of the initials of the party to which he belongs. Everything seems to fail in Ferraz.

Source: Vozpópuli by www.vozpopuli.com.

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