New twist from the Ministry of Inclusion and Social Security to the self-employed. José Luis Escrivá has decided to ignore the opinion of the self-employed associations to agree on the reform of the contribution system and has withdrawn his own proposal for the transitory nature of the entry into force of the new levels, which will not rise progressively, but rather gradually. beast. This means that for one million self-employed people, those who declare an income of more than 1,700 euros per month, the fee would rise by 2023 between 33% and 90%. In other words, the blow will be without anesthesia. In other words, at a time when millions of self-employed are up to their necks in water and suffering in their flesh from the brutal rise in inflation, the Minister of Social Security threatens with a full-fledged spear.
ATA, the largest self-employed association and the least genuflex before the Government, has already announced that it will not sign any document if the increase in the proposed quotas for those who declare income over 1,700 euros is not reduced, which would leave the Government before the situation of going back or approving the reform outside the social dialogue, with the consequent political erosion. We’ll see how this story ends, but the truth is that the Executive’s proposal is an attack on common sense. The margin for the agreement is exhausted, since the Government has promised Brussels to have it closed before June 30 by including it among the milestones to receive European funds. What is clear is that the Executive has decided to turn the self-employed into scapegoats for the crisis that the pension system is going through. And it is that when it is not successful, the easiest thing is to focus on the self-employed. They are cannon fodder. The great pagans of the incompetence of an Executive that continues to stumble.
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