The minimum vital income goes ahead without votes against

All the political parties, except Vox, which has abstained, have given the new minimum vital income (IMV) yes. that seeks to curb poverty in families and promote the labor inclusion of these groups and that will range from a minimum income of 461 euros to 1,015 euros per month.

The Plenary of Congress has supported almost unanimously, the validation of the Royal Decree-Law that regulates this minimum income and to which finally the PP has added its positive votes and Vox their abstentions.

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The Second Vice President of the Government and Minister of Social Rights and the 2030 Agenda, Pablo Iglesias, and the Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, José Luis Escrivá, agreed that this is one of the measures with the greatest capacity for income redistribution and that “dignifies the country”.

Escrivá explained that the minimum income has been accurately calculated since it will be adapted to the needs of each applicant, taking into account the type of family, their income and their assets. “Public policies cannot live with their backs to society“Escrivá said after pointing out that the IMV will not only fight against poverty but will also serve as a lever for social and labor inclusion.

“It is a group insurance that will rescue people at any time they suffer deprivation“, He pointed out after adding that its cost of some 3,000 million euros is” perfectly acceptable “.

For his part, Iglesias has defended that he is the time to make expansive policies to face the current crisis generated by the pandemic and has said that it will also help the economic recovery, since income will go “directly to consumption and will help freelancers and companies to continue billing.”

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The minimum income has received the support of all political parties, including Vox, which will not vote against it, although it has criticized that the measure is not temporary and is not conditioned on the job search. Have you considered it to be the “price of the pact with the devil signed by Sánchez” to be invested and has reiterated that the IMV supposes a call effect to immigrants and puts the Social Security protection system at risk.

Agreed with the CCAA

Most parties have congratulated a approval that was urgentAlthough some formations, such as PP, Ciudadanos, ERC or JxCAT, have requested that it be processed as a bill to receive changes.

The PP has recalled that it was President Mariano Rajoy who promoted the social card and it has criticized that the Government “appropriates” the autonomous powers and exempts the Basque Country and Navarra.

The PP has considered that it would have been reasonable to present a bill agreed with the CCAA, city councils, third sector and with the opposition and that had an economic report and a report from the Council of State and the Economic and Social Council.

Citizens have advocated that the benefit be linked to a job placement itinerary from the Law so as not to wait for its regulatory development, while JxCAT has opted to analyze the compatibility of income with child benefit.

ERC has considered that the measure must not be reversible and it has affected that the condition of having to prove a whole year of low income should be modified and has urged to extend it to people in an irregular situation.

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Formations such as the BNG or Más País have considered that it is insufficient in terms of beneficiaries and amounts while other parties like UPN have asked that it be managed by all the Autonomous Communities.

CC has also asked that it be compatible with non-contributory pensions.


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