The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has asked this Friday the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, “a radical and immediate tax reduction”, and that it fulfills the commitment made with the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, which he made at the Conference of Presidents, to lower taxes.
In an act held in Vitoria to explain the tax model of the Community of Madrid, Ayuso pointed out that, every time taxes are raised, citizens “are more prisoners of their own administration”.
Thus, has demanded “a tax cut, radical and immediate, so that the burden borne by all families can be alleviatedall workers and at a time when it is almost more expensive to go to work than not to do so».
Thus, he believes that “the incentive dies, the stimulus is paralyzed and, in the end, a situation of collapse like the one we are experiencing is reached”. In his opinion, this “only triggers the underground economy and kills the incentive.”
“There is nothing more prosperous than letting each company and each citizen walk free based on their work and their collection”the regional president has added during her speech in Vitoria.
For the president of the Community of Madrid, Pedro Sánchez “has a commitment” with the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, that he acquired in the Conference of Presidents, to lower taxes. “As always, he did not comply and is not going to do so because he considers that public money does not belong to anyone,” he concluded.
On the other hand, has assured that it is “false” that his government practices fiscal ‘dumping’and has denounced that the regional leaders who make such accusations act in a “hypocritical” way.
Díaz Ayuso acknowledged, during his speech at an event with businessmen organized by the Basque PP, that the issue of regional financing “is always the subject of controversy”.
In this sense, after defending the low-tax model promoted by his government, He has referred to those regional leaders who “on some occasion” have accused the Madrid Executive of practicing fiscal ‘dumping’that is, to carry out unfair competition in tax matters.
Although Díaz Ayuso has not referred to him expressly, the lehendakari, Iñigo Urkullu, criticized on November 5 the “tax dumping” which, according to what he said, is proposed by the Community of Madrid with tax reductions.
The president of the Community of Madrid has affirmed that it is “false” that her government practices fiscal ‘dumping’, and has denounced that those who make such accusations act in a “hypocritical” way.