Marga Prohens, president of the PP of the Balearic Islands and presidential candidate for government, has promised tax cuts for middle and low income earners for mandatory veterinary expenses derived from the care of pets and companion animals. Vaccines yearly or microchips.
“Now that everything is on the rise, it’s time to help the families”, ‘Popular’ insisted at a press conference during a visit to the Son Reis Animal Protection Health Center, where he made allegations against the “discredited” state law. Planted for animal welfare. Thus, he regretted that this regulation “all it does is put up barriers and problems for such centres, municipalities and individuals, making it more difficult and criminalizing many individuals whereas It doesn’t provide any convenience or support.”
However, he has maintained that from the PP he values ”the sensitivity of the families who decide to adopt and care for animals”, which he wants his party to “lend a hand”. , added the ‘popular’ candidate.
In this sense, it has announced that it will include in existing deductions and new deductions provided in its government program, deductions for middle and low incomes for mandatory veterinary expenses such as annual vaccinations or microchips.
“Now that everything is booming and many families are facing hardships, our tax reform wants to help them, and with this new deduction, we are helping those who have pets,” Prohens claimed. are animals.” The Left only imposes obligations on families”, PP “puts in place the tools so that they can fulfill them, which is the important thing”, reducing taxes on citizens.
For his part, Jaime Martínez, the ‘popular’ candidate for mayor of Palma, has advanced that he will carry out a comprehensive reform of the Son Reis Municipal Health Center for Animal Protection to improve the care of animals and the work of its professionals.
« We want animal welfare to stop being a simple sign on a council door and start fulfilling its real function. We will expand the features and condition the dependencies”, he said.
Similarly, it has promised to launch an awareness campaign on responsible care and abandonment of domestic animals. “We will provide another municipal vet position to improve animal care, we will create leisure areas for pets, we will improve access to facilities and there will be a section for knowledge and promotion of native breeds,” he said. concluded.