The second vice president of the Government and leader of Sumar, Yolanda Díaz, has detailed that the emergency social bonus for mortgaged households that she has among her proposals for the 23J elections will be an “immediate” income of 1,000 euros.
In responses to the media after his speech at the summer course at the Menéndez Pelayo International University (UIMP) organized by the APIE (Association of Economic Information Journalists), Díaz explained that what he is proposing is immediate compensation through a bond for mortgages of up to 250,000 euros and an age of up to 10 years affected by the rate hike.
“We will pay a percentage that has been conservative of 1,000 euros in compensation to all people with these characteristics,” Díaz added.
The leader of Sumar has defended that this mechanism does work against the code of good practices that is not doing so. “If it were working, people would not be having a bad time,” she added. In the past, Díaz estimated the cost of this measure at 1,000 million euros.
Díaz has also advocated maintaining the participation of the State in Caixabank and developing public tools that allow, for example, financing large industrial projects.
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