The Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, cooled down this Saturday the debate on the high income tax as promoted by United We Can and referred his discussion to the parliamentary commission that analyzes and seeks to advance in economic reconstruction after the Covid pandemic -19.
In his weekly appearance from the Palacio de la Moncloa, the Prime Minister defended that the tax reform "is in the agreement" of the coalition and that is the "Government roadmap in the next four years. "
Whenever the details that Unidas Podemos wants to record with that tax figure are known, the president referred to the discussion in the parliamentary committee, "this is where it will have to be debated and substantiated," he said.
The coalition government program is the road map because "in that agreement are the measures that we are going to implement", and now it enjoys "greater validity and currency as a consequence of the pandemic ”, defended
Sánchez, who commented that the second vice president and leader of Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, is "absolutely transparent" with his proposal for a tax increase on high incomes, which he defends, but he clarified that this "is a measure that United Podemos has proposed within of the parliamentary reconstruction commission and that is where it will have to be debated and substantiated before the parliamentary groups ”.