Noelia Vera has explained that with United We in the government, a possible economic recession would not mean a return to social cuts as it happened in the crisis managed by the PSOE and the PP, but would be addressed with cuts that would affect those of above, to those who have more, and not to those below.
United We have emphasized on Monday the importance of the parties explaining to citizens his proposals to face a possible economic recession and has emphasized that only with the entry of United We can the government would protect the rights of the people and not the rights of the powerful.
«We have already seen and continue to suffer the consequences (of the actions of PSOE and PP regarding the economic crisis). We believe that the opposite must be done, which is shield the stability of the people and not of the parties, even though the leaders cannot sleep«, Said the spokeswoman for the Coordination Council of Podemos, Noelia Vera
In this context, Vera has explained the intention of United We can carry out a building rehabilitation plan for energy efficiency, a measure that falls within its package of green measures and that would mean a drop in the electricity bill and the creation of thousands of new jobs.
As Vera explained, the measure would cover the rehabilitation of 500,000 homes per year, which would mean an average saving of 400 euros per year for families due to the 50% reduction in energy consumption, in addition to lto the creation of 600,000 jobs, reaching European level of people dedicated to R + D + i.
United We can thus raise the need to address a possible economic recession by creating employment oriented to the green economy, a measure that could be carried out throughe a tax reform that means that those who have more pay more. This, as Vera pointed out, It will only be possible if United We can be in the government.
"It has to do with how we make that recovery of public money to invest differently in a different way, and it has to do with a tax reform and it has to do with paying more for those who have more," Vera explained.
In this way, the economic recession would not imply a return to social cuts as in the crisis managed by the PSOE and the PP, but that it would be approached with cuts that affect those at the top, the ones that have the most, and not the ones at the bottom.
Monday, October 7, 2019