The People’s Partythrough its Deputy Secretary of Economy, Juan Bravo, has revealed his demands to negotiate the increase in the minimum wage that the Government plans to approve before the end of the year, which will go through request a tax reduction and deflate the Personal Income Tax (IRPF), before requesting “an effort” from employers to increase the minimum interprofessional salary (SMI), so that citizens have more “more disposable income” in their pockets.
The former Minister of Finance of the Junta de Andalucía has assured in an interview on Antena 3 that “what matters to the worker who is in the SMI is how much money he has left at the end of the month”, arguing that “the first” that can make an “effort” in this matter is the Government “setting an example” with a tax reduction, plus “if this is the best for all citizens.”
“If the employer makes an effort and raises the SMI and then the taxes arrive and withdraw a part of that salary increase, then in the end he has a lower differential. It seems more logical an effort by the administration, which lowers taxes,” Bravo explained before affirming that, “once” this is done and citizens have “more disposable income”, companies will accompany “with the effort” they can. He argued that this formula seeks consensus instead of “confronting” or “put labels of good and bad”, and made the Minister of Labor, Yolanda Díaz, ugly, her latest statements, in which she called on the unions to demonstrate against the bosses after refusing to raise the SMI.
“To reach an agreement, and we can include this within the concept of an income agreement, what you cannot do is attack different groups thinking that this way you will reach an agreement. If someone wants to reach an agreement, what they have to do is seek consensus and try to bring all the parties togetherBrave declared. Finally, he stressed that it is impossible to reach an agreement without “taking into account the employers” and asked to make “an analysis of what the SMI has risen in recent years.”
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