The PP’s deputy secretary of economy, Juan Bravo, has assured that, if the government does not optimize the IRPF threshold for inflation, the autonomous rate for autonomous communities governed by the PP will be disregarded. Prevent taxpayers from losing purchasing power.
“We believe that if it is good for the citizens, the logical thing is that the government does it at the state rate and we in the regional (…) we have already said that if the government does not do it, then We are going to apply in the autonomous part”, Bravo confirmed in announcements to Efe this Monday.
Bravo conceded that after Madrid’s presidency, the method of implementing it in each autonomous community still has to be studied, Isabelle Diaz Ayuso has announced that it will reduce the regional rate for all income groups in 2023.
The leader of the PP, Alberto Nez Feizu, included the measure in his economic plan presented to the government, which called for the reduction of personal income tax for incomes up to €40,000 per year.
Nadia Calvino, the First Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs, has denied such a simple solution And reiterated from Brussels that the government’s position includes highly selective fiscal measures that benefit the most vulnerable citizens.
Regarding a rebound in spending that would mean raising pensions next year with an average CPI for 2022, Bravo has stressed that Europe is asking Spain to be wary of spending and asking the government of Toledo to address the amendments. to “reopen” the agreement. pension system which it has planned to guarantee its financial stability.
Bravo has not entered the debate as to whether pensions should be revalued below inflation in 2023, as have been done by other parties such as Ciudadanos, and has insisted that any measures be taken within the framework of the Toledo Treaty Commission. should be considered.
PP will reduce personal income tax in their communities if Sanchez doesn’t