• "Along with the well-deserved daily recognition that society offers them every day from the balconies, it is necessary to tangibly reward the dedication of all these professionals while the crisis caused by the coronavirus in Spain lasts"
The Popular Parliamentary Group has registered a non-law proposal in the Congress of Deputies, formalizing the proposal of the PP president, Pablo Casado, for the establishment of extraordinary remuneration for health professionals, as well as exemptions from contributions and taxes, While the state of alarm lasts, all workers in sectors declared essential, members of the Forces and Bodies and Security of the State and the Armed Forces.
On the one hand, the GPP urges the Government in its initiative, signed by its spokesperson, Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo, the Deputy Secretary for Social Affairs, Cuca Gamarra, and the deputy spokesperson for the GPP, José Ignacio Echániz, “to enable extraordinary remuneration for health professionals –complementary to their salary- and doubling their contributions until the pandemic is overcome ”.
The Executive is also urged to “exempt members of the State Security Forces and Corps, of the Armed Forces, as well as workers of
essential productive and economic sectors, the payment of contributions and taxes such as personal income tax while the state of alarm decreed by the coronavirus (COVID-19) lasts, with the aim of gratifying the work they have carried out to guarantee the security and full coverage of the needs of citizens. "
For the Popular Group, "together with the well-deserved daily recognition that society offers them every day from the balconies, from the media, from social networks … it is necessary to tangibly reward the dedication of all health professionals, of the police, the civil guards, the military, the transporters, the delivery men, the journalists, the cashiers… during the time that the crisis caused by the coronavirus in Spain lasts ”.