PSOE File a special vote in Congress this Monday to try to fix the unenforceable contribution bases he mistakenly endorsed in votes to legislate employment pension plans.
The vote of the Socialists allowed the Labor Commission to approve four amendments from its official partner, United We Can. Eliminate the contribution limit of the highest salaryA landmark claim of the pensioner movement to increase income for Social Security.
There was also an amendment to that package that reverses the exemptions so as to force employers to quote contributions and others that deduct tax benefits in the personal income tax considered in the norm.
the error of the socialist deputy
After the vote, and realizing the error, he asked the PSOE bench to repeat the vote, but the commission’s chairman, Anton Gómez-Reno of United v Cain, rejected this possibility at the request of the lawyer, and called for a socialist one. To cast private vote. «I will go down in history», commented the PSOE spokesperson after the vote on the Toledo Treaty, mars periyaWithout knowing that he had the microphone open at the time.
Once the commission expired, PSOE was assured that it had approved these amendments in error, understanding that it was facing the agreed transaction with its partners.
Now these amendments are registered in the opinion of the law, but PSOE intends to exclude them with its special vote and will need to be approved by a majority in order to achieve this. In theory, PP, Vox and Ciudadanos voted against the United We Can amendments, so, if they only abstained, the socialists could win the vote.
In theory, the special vote should have been submitted last Friday, but since the text of the opinion was not available, the deadline was postponed to this Monday at 2:00 pm.
If the PSOE does not achieve reform, the invincible law will be sent to the Senate and there the Socialists will have another opportunity to reform it by introducing an amendment and winning the vote.
PSOE attempts to correct the error of the deputy who voted in favor of withholding the contribution basis