There is practically zero communication between the partners of the coalition government in the midst of an election campaign. Unidas Podemos learned this Sunday through the media that Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, wants to reduce movie tickets for people over 65 to 2 euros. Purple didn’t participate in the measurement, but they want to revise it. Secretary General of Podemos and Minister of Social Rights, Ion Herbshave announced that they will request that the deduction be extended to Unemployed, minimum income earners, people with disabilities why youths,
Measurements, encrypted by Moncloa source 10 million euros And that it would benefit 9.5 million people is insufficient for United We Can. Sources in the Ministry of Social Rights state that it is necessary to protect other groups and in this regard, they have sent a Request to the Ministry of CultureIn the hands of the Catalan Mikel Iqueta, to provide coverage to the unemployed, people earning the minimum income and their families, people with a disability equal to or greater than 33%, and young people aged 15 to 29.
“In this initiative, it is considered fundamental to include these people whose position also requires public support and thus promote their access to culture,” the same sources underline. However, no one calculates how much it would cost to launch such an initiative. In addition, it is expected that this reduction will be approved by the Council of Ministers tomorrow,
It is not the first time in recent weeks that Purple has learned about measures that have been approved through the media. Notably, this happened last week when a plan to deal with the drought was promoted and various measures were taken to deal with the consequences for workers of future heat waves. Purple Space sources criticize this way of acting by Sánchez, although they attribute it to election strategy.