The proposal of Sumar to give 20,000 euros to all young people provokes criticism up to the PSOE
Yolanda Díaz, Sumar’s candidate for the presidency, announced this weekend in an interview with El Mundo one of her estrella de campaña propuestas that has turned, at the very least, into an object of controversy. El partido de izquierda proposes a universal herencia of 20,000 euros for young people with independence from the origin of their family. The electoral media has accepted the criticisms of the Patronal and of the PSOE, their partners in the coalition government.
The planted electoral promise that one has a young 18 year old could access up to 23 to 20,000 euros to “follow training, to project better to the future, for entrepreneurial initiatives”, said Díaz. Sumar has calculated that there would be a fiscal cost of 10,000 million euros with an incidence of 0.8% on GDP. This universal herencia, as the directente de izquierdas called it, “cannot be linked to the origin of the fathers”.
Garamendi criticized that this medicine “suposes the same assumption that the Ministerio de Sanidad y de Educación joins”. The líder de la Patronal declared that “the proposed certainties have gone on with more serious”. Nadia Calviño, first vice president of the Government, called it de plano en TVE: “Who proposes medicines that consist in giving subsidies, help, así, without ningún type of restriction, rent level, not a concrete objective, you have to explain how the financiaría, porque en los próximos años tenemos que follow a responsible fiscal policy”.
Isabel Díaz Ayuso, president of the Comunidad de Madrid, also joined the critical voices through a dress who received the direct reply from Yolanda Díaz. “Mal que entre todas las becas de la Comunidad de Madrid unastén destinadas a prize alumnos de FP que esfuerzan. More give them €20,000”, wrote the popular leader. “Señora Ayuso: usted quiere que quién más holds deje de payr impuestos y yo defiendo la igualdad de oportunidades. Defiendo el derecho a una vida digna, sin importar cuál es nuestro postal code. Ninguna minoría de privilegiados goes to prevent a los jóvenes salir adelante”, replied the manager of Sumar.
For the moment, Díaz has only recibito el respaldo de Íñigo Errejón, leader of Más País, integrated in Sumar. “¿Un derecho que es para todos por igual no es regressivo? No, la sanidad pública, las escuelas infantiles. Es progressive porque se paga con una portación major de los bancos, las grande empresas y los grande patrimonies. We will ask those who pay more to pay more so that in exchange for the right to undertake, to project a future of life that does not depend on the needs of your fathers. It is a radically redistributive medium and the equalization of opportunities is guaranteed,” he defended at RNE.
In the video that accompanied this statement to the presentation of Sumar’s electoral program.