La vicesecretaria de Sectorial, Elvira Rodríguez

Holders of his speech:

• Ensures that it is necessary to attend to and create the necessary conditions so that the different productive sectors in Spain receive the treatment they need and solve the problems caused by the crisis

• Understands that the tourism sector, which carries trade and hospitality, the agri-food sector, as one of the most important in Spain, or the automobile, construction and industrial sectors need specific plans to solve their needs in this crisis

• Explains that, although there may be meeting points with other drafts, it does not coincide, either in form or in substance, with the fiscal proposal of the draft PSOE and Podemos, which, on the other hand, is clearly insufficient for the financial sector

• Understands that the objectives of the 2030 Agenda will be part of the economy's transit and demands the law of market unity, the law of second chance and the law of entrepreneurs, which should also be transforming agents of depopulated Spain

• Stresses that there must be an involvement of the public and the private with transparency and governance, legal certainty for national and international investors to bet on Spain

• “It is not a paradigm shift as some claim and we have heard in certain interventions in recent days. It is, as stated at the beginning, to provide solutions to promote solid and sustainable growth, "he underlines

• Commitment to extend ERTE, even beyond December, flexibility and liquidity; effective and efficient spending with measurable objectives and public accounts that are close to balance, a modern tax system, with the ability to collect and generate growth,

• Stresses that Spain needs digital transformation in all its spheres, a great pact for science and research so that in Spain they develop in a sustained and predictable context within a flexible labor market that adapts to circumstances but don't leave workers behind

• He argues that the crisis affects more in Spain due to a triple variable: a concentrated activity, the atomization and small size of our companies, and the high rate of temporary employment

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