Torrent (Valencia), September 23 (EFE).- The vice president of the Conseil, Aitana Mas, assured that the Valencian government has not yet spoken about the numbers to prepare the Generalitat’s budget for 2023 and no date has been set for the first meeting of the Political Commission. – There will be drainage.
All the information is being compiled to start the work and after reviewing the documentation provided by the Councilors, the Commission will then discuss a preliminary draft of the budget and how to balance the income and expenses, Mass reported after the plenary session of the Council, this Friday. Torrent (Valencia).
The budget will again include claims and hypothetical items for under-financing of 1,336 million euros because a transitional fund has not been called for or a new regional financing system approved.
Regarding other funds for the transition to the new normality, Maas indicated that he had not heard of “I don’t know how many thousands of euros” being asked for and noted that everything will be seen in the next few weeks.
When asked about the announcement of tax cuts in other communities such as Andalusia and Madrid, the vice president said that Andalusia now joined the tax dumping “with the battle between the two to see which is the haven of the rich”, and in this sense “a minimal” coordination from the central government was preserved. did
In contrast, he said, the Botanic government is focusing “in the opposite direction” and is working on a tax reform proposal instead of putting a magnifying glass on “a very small segment of the population, who have the highest incomes”. which was carried out in 2017 and which has benefited 1.5 million Valencians to meet the needs of families and people who find it difficult to make ends meet.
“In our case, we propose for the majority, while the PP, recently in Andalusia, does it for 0.2% of the population,” he criticized.
Conseil is committed that companies will be able to continue investing in the Valencian community and “this happens by a society that does not jeopardize its public services”, according to Masse, who has had an impact on access to good health, education and public services. and guarantees a welfare state that “can serve as a springboard for better economic activity”.