The Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, Jose Luis Escriva, once again guaranteed that pensions would be recalculated according to inflation and accused the PP of having “bad intentions” in formulating its questions with the aim of “misleading”. Is. country retired.
During the government’s control session in the Senate, he insisted on Tuesday that pension reform This is not an executive scheme, but a scheme approved by the Parliament with a large majority and aimed at ensuring purchasing power of pensioners.
This is how Escriva responded to PP Senator Maria Mercedes Fernandezwho reminded the minister that there are more and more experts and organizations which are “poor improvement» and insisted that the country “deserves a comprehensive reform, not a reform in installments”.
In addition, he has accused PP of framing the question with “bad intentions” to “mislead pensioners” and reminded his senator to return to the 2013 formula, defended by PP. , the pension will only increase by 0. 25%, “and this represents a loss of purchasing power.”
Earlier, socialist senator Estefania Martín asked Escriva what the increase in pensions, labor reform and minimum vital income meant in Spain, and in Andalusia in particular.
The minister has reported that there are 450,000 families in Spain who receive minimum living incomeA third of which are in Andalusia, and explained that thus the regional entry income, which 5,300 people receive, is supplemented.
It “fixes an unacceptable situation, which is the lack of protection of the most vulnerable,” the head of inclusion stressed.
Escriva insists that the pension will increase according to the CPI and accuses PP of malafide intention.