The PSPV and Compromís accuse the government “President” Carlos Mazón of suppressing the inheritance tax, accusing him of “not governing for the majority”, while they also predict that it will be “cut” when it stops entering. Public finances are about 400 million.
The Valencian government approved a draft law at a plenary meeting in Castro on Tuesday that would allow “once and for all to end the so-called death tax arising from the payment of inheritances and donations,” as Conseil spokesman Luke said. As pointed out by Ruth Merino.
On this issue, Rebeca Torró, a trustee of Le Corcz’s Socialist group, laments that the current Conseil “always serves the same people as always, rather than governing for the majority of citizens”.
He added that “350 million euros will be used to exempt 70 institutions for the highest earners, 34 schools or to provide hepatitis C treatment for thousands of citizens.”
“It’s the reality that when ordinary people get these benefits, the vast majority get cut,” the PSPV representative said.
Compromis’ ombudsman Joan Baldoví urged Masson and warned that “the 400 million euros will not go into the public coffers and will not be paid by ordinary people but by a small number of Valencians.” , who is the richest Valencian”.
As such, it condemns unraised funds that could be invested in “say 2,000 doctors, 2,500 nurses or 6,000 teachers”. “Where did the money come from?” he asked again.