The Government vetoes the VAT reduction of hairdressers requested by its partners, PP and Cs

The Government vetoes the VAT reduction of hairdressers that claim PNV, ERC, BNG, More Country, Compromís, PP and Citizens in its amendments to the Budgets. It is a reduction of VAT in this sector general rate from 21% to 10% that the Executive of Pedro Sánchez wants to prevent a vote and that he has become one of his black beasts.

The Government has already faced this agreement from its partners and the opposition in the Budgets for 2021 and, above all, in the Anti-Fraud Law last June. It was in this last process when the Senate validated the increase, which was later annulled by the then president of the Upper House, Pilar Llop. This veto by the now Minister of Justice has been appealed to the constitutional Court for him Popular Group.

In fact, We can has also defended this reduction, and its Secretary General and Minister of Social Affairs, Ione Grass, raised it in September as a requirement to approve the Accounts, which then did not happen. Podemos alone registered amendments to the Budgets, among which the two stand out that pose a challenge to the PSOE by proposing without consensus a fiscal coup to Madrid that calls into question the management of the socialists of the tax reform. These were joined by others on infrastructures and a fund for victims of asbestos that is now negotiating with the PSOE, PNV and Bildu. With the government veto on the reduction of VAT to hairdressers, the purple ones will not even have the opportunity to negotiate an amendment that only the Socialist Group opposes from the outset.

Other banned fears

Amendments that proposed extending the reduction of VAT on electricity to 2022 of Cs and all tax rebates raised by the PP. Oranges and popular yesterday criticized the vetoes, which they believe are arbitrary. By virtue of the powers granted by the Constitution In its article 134.6, the Government has the capacity to prevent the parliamentary processing of any initiative that alters budgetary policy, whether for involving more spending or less income.

In the case of the VAT reduction for hairdressers, the veto document quantifies them in 194 million. However, PP and Cs warn that there are many other initiatives that involve more spending and less income and that they continue.

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