The president of the National Federation of Self-Employed Workers Associations (ATA) and vice president of the Spanish Confederation of Business Organizations (CEOE), Lorenzo ATA, assured that if the politicians are amnesty, the citizens should also be amnesty for their fines or debt. with the Treasury.
During the presentation of the ‘September 2023 Self-Employed Situation Barometer’ this Monday in Madrid, the president of the self-employed stated in a funny tone that if politicians are given amnesty, why can’t amnesty be given to all those who are citizens with fines and debts from the Treasury?
In this way, Amor spoke against “amnesty and the elimination of crimes, but more that politicians amnesty other politicians by eliminating crimes.” “What are we going to do? Erase the crimes of all the citizens who committed them,” he added.
Likewise, he criticized the Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) for changing its opinion on these issues. “We have seen many weather vanes in politics. We will not change; today, tomorrow, and the next day, we will think the same as those who committed crimes,” he added.
On the other hand, the president of the ATA showed his desire for the political parties to reach agreements within “constitutionality” and requested that the establishment of a Spanish government “is not a tombola with parliamentary support based on strips and slack, because in the end they break the equality of all Spaniards.” Asked about questions about strict layoffs as requested by the unions and the acting Minister of Labor, Yolanda Díaz, Lorenzo Amor assured that neither the workers nor the businessmen nor the self-employed worried “at the moment” about the expulsion, so he accused the politicians involved in things that “don’t care about the citizens.”
“We need to worry about hiring, not firing. “Let’s not think about tightening layoffs, but about accelerating hiring,” Amor said.
On the other hand, he attacked the PSOE because, in his opinion, it did not follow the electoral program by introducing issues that were not part of it and asked it to focus on more fundamental issues, such as the fact that Spain continues to lead unemployment in the countries of the European Union.