MADRID, Sep. 2 (.) –
The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, has indicated that the head of government, Pedro Sánchez, is “incompatible” with well-being and for this reason has warned that “there is no agreement” with him.
“Every week a new indicator reminds us of what all Spaniards know: that the Sánchez government is incompatible with the well-being, work and prosperity of Spaniards,” he wrote on the social network Twitter. “There is no agreement with the person responsible for so much ruin and so much anguish”.
From Vox they assure that the free subscription of Cercanías cannot make us forget “the fiscal hell that families and the working classes suffer”.
They also point out that the subsidy of 20 cents per liter of fuel “has been *absolutely insufficient” and in terms of lowering VAT on gas, they remember that it was already proposed in 2021 in the Senate and then the “excuse” of the Executive for not doing it was that “it was a harmonized EU tax and that it would not affect the electricity or gas bill”.
“Almost two years after that response, and with maximum tax collection, the Government sells this reduction as an achievement, which VOX has demanded over and over again,” they insist.