The left-wing parties of the Community of Madrid (Mes Madrid, PSOE and Unidas Podemos) have launched the President and PP candidate, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, for re-election for her fiscal policy, which they consider to be of only “ultra-” benefit. Rich”, while Vox has made unnecessary political spending ugly and the Madrid leader has ranked autonomy as the leading sector.
The presidential candidates of the community met on Tuesday night in an electoral debate organized by Telemadrid. In it, the PSOE’s candidate, Juan Lobato, denounces that the problem is that Madrid, which should be Spain’s economic motor, “is having the flu and is not giving itself all that it can give.” Furthermore, he has pointed to the “cursed triangle”: “high youth unemployment, young people who want to study and can’t because they don’t have the space.”
However, he insisted that Madrid is “a thriving region” and has “enormous potential”. Lobato stressed the importance of promoting science and industry, saying, “Madrid must position itself in the world.”
For his part, Vox’s candidate, Rocío Monasterio, has appealed that in the economy “you have to choose between the well-being of the politicians or the well-being of the people of Madrid.” “It is possible to reduce high taxes by reducing ineffective political spending. It cannot happen that in Madrid we spend more than 100 million on public buildings,” he criticized, adding that “the number of assembly members has not been reduced”. Has been.”
“It is possible to reduce more taxes by reducing political spending,” he assured, stressing his proposal to cut costs and spend on public buildings located on “the most expensive streets in Madrid”.
The PP candidate then insisted that Madrid is the “economic engine of Spain” due to leading “all statistics” as well as being “the first region to recover from Covid”. “We promote a culture of effort against those who have tried to make us poor”, he defended, saying that it would be “the leading sector of Europe”.
“We have the most equal market between men and women, we are alone without our own taxes, the sector where those with low taxes pay less. It is necessary and we will try, work, promote the culture of an open Madrid And of course, it is against those who have tried to impoverish us largely by creating a direct culture of subsidy and dependence”, he has moved.
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Its candidate, Mónica García, from MAS Madrid, has argued that there are too many Madridians who live below their “potentials”. “There are so many people here in this area whose life hurts, so many people who have to live with anxiety-toxicity, so many people who have no hope for the future and so we need an economy that Rejecting “19th century recipes” for a “21st century” that doesn’t exist, he said, “We need a healthy economy and a healthy productive model.”
It was during her speech that she directly asked the president whether she believed climate change “is a scam”, in addition to highlighting the industry’s lack of weight in the area. “I don’t take hints, thanks”, replied ‘Popular’.
“Do you know what that’s pointing to? Kids who get roasted like chickens in schools because they don’t want to rehabilitate them. There’s no mental health without health, no economy without health. One-third of depressions can be gracefully avoided.” Wages and jobs “, expressed the candidate of Más Madrid.
Ayuso has claimed that the community has been cutting taxes for all residents of Madrid for decades to help support families. “Nearly half of Spaniards’ wages are taken by the government”, criticized ‘Popular’, who denounced that the government wants citizens to “work fewer hours” while they “have been protesting all day and workers Are divided into “boss” and “grievance” affect.
On behalf of Podemos-IU-Alianza Verde, Alejandra Jacinto has charged against Ayuso’s fiscal policy that has ensured that the people of Madrid “do not have places” in nursery schools and “pediatricians in health centers”. are not.
Faced with this, Jacinto is committed to collecting more from those who have the most so that the rest can “live better”, in addition to collecting the inheritance and inheritance tax. Furthermore, he has asserted that Ayuso’s fiscal policy “favors only those who have the most” and that the PP “has a problem” because it confuses “investment with speculation”.