The aid that the Government has implemented due to the crises after the start of the war in Ukraine is coming to an end. The date marked in red by citizens is December 31, who are now wondering if the Executive will extend these measures for the new year or not. The Minister of Finance, María Jesús Montero, has indicated that from Moncloa they are already working fully on it to continue favoring the Spaniards with this aid package to offset inflation and the rise in energy.
The head of the Treasury has indicated that during the month of December the Government will see which measures are extended and which are not. Montero has stressed that the Executive bets that the “most intense” aid is directed to the most vulnerable, “but also to the middle class, which is also suffering significantly from the increase in prices.”
In this regard, in statements on TVE’s Canal 24 Horas, Montero highlighted the drop in VAT on electricity and gas, the discount on gasoline and aid for transport as the measures that most benefit all citizens.
Montero has puffed up the Budgets that were approved this Thursday in Congress for the third consecutive year. In his opinion, the government is giving signs of “trust”, “stability” and “security” investment markets, as demonstrated by the more than 20,000 million euros that have been announced in recent days.
Montero has highlighted from these General State Budgets for 2023 the revaluation of pensions and the measures to “fight for equal opportunities”.
The “fundamental role” of Irene Montero
The ‘number two’ of the PSOE has supported the “fundamental role” of Irene Montero and the Ministry of Equality “in pursuit of the advancement of women”, and has advocated for the unity of the feminist movement. “Probably the policy of most important success of the feminist movement it is unity, the ability to identify where the real obstacles are that prevent women from moving forward”, underlined María Jesús Montero, when questioned about the participation of the Vice President of the Government, Nadia Calviño; the Government spokesperson, Isabel Rodríguez, and The Minister of Industry, Reyes Maroto, at the 25N demonstration that was attended by PSOE ministers
In this sense, he has stressed that “what the PSOE and all the parties that support the Government pursue is that the unit presides over relations between women”, since, in addition, there are “too many problems outside to be establishing and emphasizing different sensibilities”. “Therefore, I advocate the unity of the feminist movement, it is what we have to pursue,” insisted the Minister of Finance, who also urged “to be aware” that equality policies always find “obstacles and resistance”which needs to be identified in order to “remove”.
On the law of ‘only yes is yes’, he has specified that the Executive continues working on its objectives to strengthen protection for womenand regarding the reduction of sentences, he has trusted that the Supreme Court will rule “within a few days”, after the different positions of the Prosecutor’s Office and the Provincial Court.
Source: LA INFORMACIÓN – Lo último by www.lainformacion.com.
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