Meanwhile, parliamentary sources did not rule it out Scope that the initiative will seek a statement on Monday, with the aim of giving him a half-sentence next Tuesday or Wednesday.
The text, which bears the signature of the nation’s president, Alberto Fernandez; the chief of staff, Agustin Rossi, and the Minister of Economy Sergio Massa notes that only less than 10% of registered workers pay this tax; that is 0.88% of the workers who reported employment in Argentina.
The measure put the opposition in distress. Together for change has called for the suspension of income tax and the former president himself Mauricio Macri promised it in the 2015 election campaign.
“The law dictates that we voted for it,” tweeted the head of the PRO bloc, Cristian Ritondo., when the minister and candidate Massa promised to present a project to eliminate Ganancia. The little changer was a slave to his words and not the only one. In the days following that post, his colleagues chimed in with similar sentiments. Ricardo Lopez Murphy, Alexander Finocchiaro and Dina Rezinowski. Now if they are against the projects, they should all explain the change to their voters.
While Mario Negri Chairman of the Radical Bloc, questioned the official initiative: “What Massa is proposing is another desperate maneuver by the ruling party, a slap in the face.”
The ruling party, which already has the project in hand, is working for hours to achieve a quorum. The president of the ruling bloc, German Martinez, said in statements to C5N that he was “optimistic” about this. “We need to get out of the Twitter effervescence and see what position they take beyond social networks,” he said when asked about the opposition’s position. “I can’t help but hope that they realize that this will benefit Argentinians,” he added.
Those in turn Left He announced that he would support the initiative. This political force has always spoken out against the tax under the slogan “Salary is not profit”. Now to the libertarian bloc, the presidential candidate Javier Miley He said several times that he supported the abolition of taxes, but La Libertad Avanza did not foresee what position they would take on the matter.
Finally, it remains to be seen what position the provincial forces will take when it comes to profits from a co-participation tax with an impact on collection.