So Married has been pronounced after the Council of Ministers approved on Thursday a royal decree law, which modifies Article 29 of the Law on Transfer of Patrimonial Tax and Documented Legal Acts (ITP and AJD), so that banks are the ones who pay this tax on mortgages, and not the clients as they have done up to now.
In statements to the media, after participating in the Congress of the European People's Party (EPP) in Helsinki (Finland), Married has stressed that the PP will raise in its program a "fiscal revolution" because it wants to lower the IRPF below 40 % and companies below 20%; as well as suppress inheritance, donations and patrimony, and the tax of legal acts documented (AJD).
After ensuring that reducing taxes is what must be done in Spain to "compete, grow and create jobs," he said that the Government's proposal is a "deception to the Spanish" because they promise that the bank will pay but this " it will affect "the customers.
THE BANKS WILL REACH YOU IN THE CUSTOMERS
In addition, he pointed out that banks are already saying that they can not assume this cost in their balance with the interest rates so low they have at this time. "Do not deceive people, the tax will end up paying the mortgage, and that is why we ask that the tax be abolished," he added.
Casado has also defended a reform of the regional financing system to compensate the AJD for the autonomies in those revenues and added that these revenues are "affordable" because they hover around 800 million. "If the Government finds 1,600 million to give to Torra, why not find them to distribute this compensation to the autonomous communities," he asked.
The leader of the 'popular' has insisted that his party wants to abolish the tax on mortgages because it is "responsible and sincere with the Spanish." In his opinion, "the rest is deceiving the citizens".