02-02-2021 | Cs
The candidate of Cs shelled the orange measures of support to the self-employed and affirms that "in Catalonia there is a solution" with a constitutionalist government
"Fewer pardons for the‘ procés ’prisoners and more pardons for the self-employed". This has been said by the head of the opposition and Citizen (Cs) candidate for the presidency of the Generalitat, Carlos Carrizosa, in the telematic act on freelancers accompanied by the vice president of the Community of Madrid, Ignacio Aguado, the deputy of Cs in the Region of Murcia, Ana Vidal, and the deputy of Cs and candidate number 5 for Barcelona, Marina Bravo. Carrizosa has regretted that in Catalonia "they talk about things that do not matter to the Catalans" but that Cs "will always insist on talking about what is really important, such as the self-employed, for example."
Carrizosa has indicated that "although it seems that we have fallen into fatalism there is no biblical curse for which we have to have an independent and ineffective government" and has remarked that "in Catalonia we have 550,000 freelancers and we must prevent them from falling into the pit of bankruptcy”. "If restrictive measures must be taken that cannot be avoided due to the covid-19 situation, they must be accompanied with aid," he declared.
The orange candidate has shelled the orange measures to support the self-employed proposed by Cs if he manages to govern, which includes aid of up to € 4,000 to pay rents and supplies of premises that have had to close and also direct aid of up to 75% of the lost bill for small companies and the self-employed. He has also stated that "in Catalonia there is a solution and horizon for the ineffective government of the Generalitat" with a constitutionalist government "that cares about the problems of the self-employed and SMEs."
On the other hand, the vice president of the Community of Madrid, Ignacio Aguado, has indicated that in Madrid what was done that the president of the government, Pedro Sánchez did not want to do and that is included in the rescue plan for the self-employed in Catalonia, such as "suspending the quotas of the self-employed in the months of May and April" , when they had to be closed by confinement. "Any restriction that we approved was automatically accompanied by aid," he recalled.
The regional deputy of Cs in the Region of Murcia, Ana Martinez, has pointed out that "the orange measures taken in the autonomous government are already bearing fruit" and "have been a turning point" for small companies and recalled that "of the 6 Autonomous Communities where the number of self-employed has increased, 3 of them are governed by Cs ”. Finally, the deputy and candidate number 5 for Barcelona de Cs, Marina Bravo, has recalled the "key role of Cs" to show that Sánchez had another way to approve the General State Budgets, because "while the separatist parties asked for improvements for their own, Cs asked for the same aid for the self-employed that he now asks for all the Catalans".