The recent remodeling undertaken by Pedro Sánchez in the socialist sector of the Government had overshadowed one of the most pressing debates within the Executive: the rise in the Minimum Interprofessional Salary (SMI), pending since January and that divides the two partners of the Executive. But with the new ministers already presented and taking the measure of their responsibilities, from United We Can has taken up the pressure to ensure that the increase in the indicator occurs this summer. The second vice president, Yolanda Díaz, leads this fight, for which she has important allies, such as the unions or some of the parliamentary allies. Opposite, the first vice president, Nadia Calviño, maintains her thesis to freeze the SMI and undertake the rise later.
The committee of experts proposes an increase in the minimum wage of between 1.3% and 2% in 2021 in full debate in the Government