The measures of Peter Sánchez and his government to contain the rise in prices and reduce their impact on families they fell out The so-called “social goal” does not complete the effect in times of crisis, despite the fact that the Executive Effect does not end in its supposed benefits.
and the numbers are wasted. There are several organizations and associations that, far from sending the bells into flight, warn given the poverty They are anxious.
The Minister of Finance was the first to highlight this situation; Maria Jesus Montero. The Socialist Party this weekend launched its government’s plans to cut pensions that would support their families. A business that must answer to the state but which, according to Montero, is carried out by the elders.
The deputy general secretary of the PSOE also went so far as to say that the pensions “can have the best distributed salary for the family”, and that “grandparents do not want a pension for themselves”, but to pay for electricity or child support. our young people “so they can go out on the weekends or buy sneakers.”
With this, Montero assumes that all the measures taken by Sánchez’s team were not enough and had no effect on the citizen, when in the end It is the retirees who carry the financial burden of many families. Some policies that, on the other hand, are based on subsidies rather than promoting reforms that end this precariousness of young people.
And it came to pass that today inflation The spread continues, the elimination of the LAKE in some foods was not felt in the pockets of consumers and, although Yolanda Díaz insists that showing through the unemployment data how good, unemployment certainly continues for 16 to 24 year olds very high and stands. to 30.2%.
Child poverty costs 63,000 million
This Monday’s report was published by the High Commissioner against Child Poverty in collaboration with the “la Caixa” foundation, in which He emphasized the high level of poverty into the country In the presentation ceremony, in which Peter Sánchez himself and several of his ministers were present, he confirmed the cost to society of this very serious state.
27.5% of minors are in need, which includes health, education and work add up to 63,079 million coins per year; 5.1% of GDP in 2019 or 1,300 Euros per year, as explained in the study.
But besides all this, growing up in a home in a state of poverty fewer opportunities to obtain a higher level of education, greater job insecurity, lower paid work and greater risks of suffering from physical and mental illnesses – such as severe pain and depression. The state of the present government, after a few months, could not be occupied.
‘Unheard of poverty’;
Other institutions, such as the Episcopal Conference of Spain, consider that these times are difficult and “a complex future”. as you think Joseph OmellaThe Archbishop of Barcelona and the President of the institution, which considers that the crisis of 2008 was concentrated with the covid crisis and later “when the prices of the necessary things increased, because of the war in Ukraine”.
The archbishop goes on to say that there are “very high, unusual levels of poverty” in Spain. Omella confirmed his thoughts with the following information: More than 92,000 people have been helped by Caritas in the Archdiocese of Barcelona alone in 2021 and most of them “had to change their speech for economic reasons”.
According to the President of the Bishops, “We need to feel the distress and pain caused by not being able to make adequate ends meet and not being able to cover the main expenses. For example, many cannot properly feed themselves with quality nutritious products.
A prompt return to Spain
Another piece of data that shows the lack of sanctions is the income of Spanish citizens. This I did not give up – chains of four consecutive quarters of decline – and is at the bottom of the OECD.
Disposable income refers to money that families can invest in consumption or savings and is calculated by subtracting from the Gross National Product (GNP) taxes, savings and amortizations and adding transfers from the Administration to families.
Since the first quarter of 2020, the returns of the Spanish are made fell 7.35% and only five more regions are in a negative situation, although far from the figures of Spain. They are the United Kingdom (-3.9%), Finland (-2.25%), Denmark (-1.51%), the Czech Republic (-0.55%) and Sweden (-0.18%).