Pedro Sanchez considers it “common sense” to ask for something Greater effort for Spanish banks Judging by the latest data published by the new provisional tax on financial institutions, through european banking authority“What ranks Spain as the place where most of the highest-paid managers in the EU are concentrated”.
“Data from the European Banking Authority puts Spanish banks as the place where most of the highest paid managers in all of Europe are concentrated, I think. It is pure common sense for the big financial institutions to ask them to put more effort into with the tax structure.“, the President told this Tuesday during his first appearance of the year before the Congress of Deputies.
This was explained by the President of the Government, who attended the plenary session after validating the Royal Decree law with the latest Moncloa measures to combat high inflation caused by the war in Ukraine, which included the abolition of VAT on some key food items. Including doing or reducing . During his speech, Sanchez gave an account of Agreements adopted in the European Councils Held in October and December, as well as measures taken to face results of war Which is issued by Russia.
Spain will “soon” recover its pre-pandemic GDP
Pedro Sanchez has put special emphasis on effectiveness of economic measures, which would allow Spain to “soon” recover its pre-pandemic GDP. There will be a recovery before “the prophets of the apocalypse speak of that which never comes”. “With the social response we’ve had in three very complex years, in two, we’ve recovered pre-pandemic employment levels, and Soon we will recover the level of GDPAnd inequality hasn’t increased as it did during the financial crisis.”
With regard to measures promoted by the United States against climate change, Sánchez has defended that “Spain wants to reduce the price of renewable energy to less than the price of gas“. “We are working for an agreement to exclude European products from US protectionist clauses. Europe must respond to protect its interests and improve European industrial resilience,” he argued.
Spain “must give a fight in Brussels”
The head of government has indicated that Spain “must fight the battles in Brussels and win them”, In this line, he has ensured that the executive “exports solutions in areas such as the energy and price crisis to all EU countries.”
Pedro Sanchez has advocated during his speech Strengthening Spain’s role in strategic areas. “The prosperity of our society cannot depend on an autocracy. It is true that strategic autonomy is one of the priorities of Spanish politics in the second semester. We are going to work Strengthening our autonomy in strategic areas“, explained.
Sanchez, on the other hand, has shown himself to be formidable, assuring that The government “does not tremble to protect the rights”, “Today many governments are with us to protect the social majority of our country. The rights won are not questioned,” he concluded.