It proposes, among other things, to lower taxes to reactivate strategic sectors of the economy, not to repeal the labor reform and undertake a significant reduction in superfluous and inefficient public spending

The Popular Parliamentary Group has presented a decalogue of measures to reactivate economic growth and job creation, among which are, among others, lower taxes to reactivate strategic sectors of the economy, not to repeal the labor reform and undertake an important reduction of superfluous and inefficient public spending.

As the GPP recalls in its parliamentary initiative, signed by its spokesperson, Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo, and its deputy spokesperson Mario Garcés, Spain is the third country in Europe in which GDP has fallen the most in the first quarter and in the second it It is going to produce a historical collapse.

In this sense, it is pointed out that Spain suffers a loss of the country's wealth that, in just four months, exceeds that suffered in the entire financial crisis of 2008; what causes, in addition to the destruction of the middle class, the collapse of public revenues, a skyrocketing public spending and a double-digit public deficit, as happened with Rodríguez Zapatero.

A situation that, according to the GPP, has contributed to deepening the decisions adopted by the Sánchez Executive since he came to government in 2018. In February 2020, the absence of structural reforms and uncontrolled spending to keep the partners of Government, they had exhausted the inertia of growth and job creation achieved by the former PP Executive, to which was added an initial erroneous diagnosis of the effects of the coronavirus on the economy and the combination of some necessary measures with the execution of others that they subtracted efficiency and others that put the business fabric at risk.

The worst crisis with the worst Government

For the Popular Group, the worst crisis catches us with the worst possible Government, a coalition of socialists and populists who see in the economic and social drama an opportunity to impose the old communist recipes that have failed where they have been applied and a tool to perpetuate in the power.

Faced with this miserable distribution that the left always makes, the Popular Party has presented the following measures to return the economy to the path of growth and job creation that it took until 2018:

1. Approve a realistic and adjusted fiscal path that will allow Spain to recover its credibility and return to budgetary stability.

2. Efficiently use the funds provided by Europe to meet current costs.

3. Give up the tax increase that the Government has been announcing since 2019.

4. Follow the example of Germany, France, or Italy and carry out selective tax cuts that will reactivate strategic sectors of our economy and feed the virtuous circle of the economy.

5. Undertake a significant reduction in superfluous and inefficient public spending.

6. Do not repeal the labor reform and advance in the agreed flexicurity.

7. Stop the current educational reform and initiate a State Pact for Education that, from the maximum consensus, places us at the forefront of new technologies and allows our students to compete in a globalized, digital and technological world.

8. Agree on a National Strategy for the digital transformation towards Spain 5.0 that allows us to take advantage of the opportunities offered by both globalization and new technologies to increase our competitiveness and place ourselves at the forefront of economic and social development.

9. Implement Sector Plans agreed with the social agents, the different public administrations and the rest of the political forces that, taking into account the uniqueness of each productive sector, include fiscal, credit, labor, and regulatory measures … that prevent companies from economically viable are doomed to disappearance.




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