Sánchez lists 8 commitments to citizens.
The candidate for investiture announces at this point his eight commitments for this legislature:
“It will be the legislature of the new workers’ statute with an increase in the SMI and the reduction to 37 hours with incentives for companies with flexible schedules”.
“We want to purchasing power grows. I know that people have a hard time paying their mortgage or going shopping. We are going to do our best to reverse this situation with reforms and measures in the medium and long term. And in the short term.” He announces that They will maintain the reduction in VAT on food until June 2024, raising the average income threshold from 30,000 to 38,000 euros per year. And starting January 1, the public transportation will be free for minors, young people and the unemployed.
Improve the state of well-being, starting with the health system. Announces that there will be a plan agreed upon with the CCAA that want it this way to reduce waiting lists and expand the portfolio with dentists and ophthalmologists. Announces the attempt at a State pact for Mental Health so that no one who needs it is left without assistance.
In education. Improve the conditions of teachers, cafeterias, scholarships and fewer fees. Promote research and improve the working conditions of scientists.
Culture. Sánchez announces a cultural rights law to expand the presence of culture and more help creators. The culture bonus will be maintained.
To improve the lives of the elderly, Sánchez promises the revaluation of pensions to the CPIcomply with the mandate of the Toledo Pact to allocate 5,000 million a year to the reserve fund to guarantee future pensions.
Fight against tax evasion. Sánchez announces a minimum tax of 15% on corporations to end tax evasion by the rich. “I’m sorry, they have to pay more than what they pay until now: As long as we govern they will pay more than the rest,” says Sánchez about the tax on large fortunes.
He access to housing its a big problem”. Announces that the rental voucher will be maintained. “I hope Vox governments apply it,” he adds.
A agriculture law. “We are going to continue fighting against the threat of drought by helping farmers improve their farms and we are going to dedicate a large part of European funds to boost the sector,” he explains.