August 7, 2020

Iglesias proposes to sanction banking if he decides to raise commissions to compensate the payment of the tax on mortgages

In an interview in La Sexta collected by Europa Press, the leader of the training purple has said that the bank "does not always win", only in the case that "has many friends in political power", so do not expect the banks will pass on the expense to customers.

In the event that they try, Iglesias has indicated that the National Commission of Markets and Competition (CNMC) will act if joint increases are agreed and at the same time to consider a monopolistic attitude and against the free market, unless Banks also "have influence" on the regulatory body.

"If the bank skips a red light, will pay the fine," he remarked, taking the opportunity to remember that the Spanish "have bought" 60% Bankia, with an expense that amounted to more than 22,000 million for public coffers.


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