The economic programs with which the PSOE and Unidas Podemos attended the elections on April 28 reflect some of the coincidences that both parties have in fiscal, labor or energy transition. The acting President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, intends to present tomorrow to the leader of Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, a document based on the socialist electoral program to negotiate his support for the investiture, so it is foreseeable that issues such as the increase in taxes for high incomes, the reform of a Statute for Workers or the revaluation of pensions according to the CPI. These are the main economic keys taken from the electoral programs of the PSOE and United Podemos, which unite and separate Sánchez and Iglesias:
– PSOE and Podemos advocate raising the income tax to high incomes: socialists up to 47% for incomes above 130,000 euros and up to 49% to income of more than 300,000 euros per year, and the formation of churches would rise to 47% on Income tax to income exceeding 100,000 euros per year and to 55% those that exceed 300,000 euros.
– Both would implement a minimum rate of Societies of 15% for large companies and while the PSOE would establish it at 18% for banks and oil companies, Podemos would raise it to 20%.
– Both see well lower the VAT at the rate of 4% for feminine hygiene products, books and magazines in electronic format and reduce it to the rate of 10% for veterinary services.
– In labor matters, they agree to reform the Workers' Statute and limit temporary contracts, although Podemos advocates that they last between 1 month and 6 months.
– PSOE and United We can agree on eliminating the revaluation index of 0.25% linked to pensions and linking the update to the real CPI by law.
– They also support modifying the Special Regime of Self-Employed Persons (RETA) so that they can quote for real income.
– The PSOE would implement a Minimum Life Income with the aim of eradicating child poverty, while United We Can has a guaranteed income of 600 euros per month in its program to complete insufficient income.
– In housing, both parties want to adopt measures to improve the access of young people to the purchase or rental and while the socialists retake the basic income of emancipation, we can ask for indefinite rental contracts and a regulation that limits the rents in the center of the big cities.
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– We can ask for a direct tax to the bank that the socialist government would only value once analyzed the collection of the new tax measures. The purple formation advocates to reduce the type of the lowest section of the IRPF to 18% from the current 19% and the PSOE has never pronounced about it.
– In labor matters, We can demand repeal as a minimum the labor reform of the PP and restore the ultraactivity of the agreements so that its validity is unlimited or return the supremacy of sectoral agreements over the company.
– Iglesias advocates raising the Minimum Interprofessional Salary to 1,200 euros progressively and establishing the working day in 34 hours a week, while the Socialists do not take measures of this type in their electoral program.
– In terms of pensions, the formation of churches wants to repeal the factor of sustainability linked to life expectancy and return to retirement at age 65, compared to the prolongation of the retirement age at 67 years approved by the PSOE. it also asks to "reform" and not "repeal" the sustainability factor.
– We can want to make Bankia a public bank, which is opposed by the PSOE.
– In terms of housing, the PSOE does not include a dation in retroactive payment, as requested by Podemos Podemos, which would allow those who maintain outstanding debts with the bank despite having already delivered the home, thereby canceling the remaining debt.
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