Gonzalo Bernardos expressed in laSexta Xplica that he thinks “all the social measures that the President of the Government has said are very good”, although he stressed that “
They are practically what Sumar has postulated and those that the party” led by Yolanda Díaz has always defended.
In this sense, the Economics professor gave as an example “that the VAT on food continues to be lower, especially basic foodstuffs and oil”, something that he considers “great from the perspective of inflation.” Furthermore, he also said that he thinks “
very good that public transport is free for the unemployed and youngand that the Minimum Wage becomes 60% of the average salary of Spaniards.”
“All these are social advantages typical of a left-wing party, but the PSOE has to explain to us
How do you manage to finance all these measures? reducing the public deficit, because what is not coming next year is an economy that is losing gas,” warned Gonzalo Bernardos.