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PSOE: "The PP and Citizens have to explain why they do not want to raise the minimum wage to € 900" (16/10/2018)

Last week the Council of Ministers approved increase the minimum wage to 900. The Popular Party and Citizens have opposed the rise in wages, the popular praise the policies of Merkel that every year increases the SMI and oranges proposed in 2008 to raise them to 1,032.

The Socialists do not understand these inconsistencies.

Following the approval of the first draft of the General Budgets next year, the Council of Ministers and Ministers is betting to raise salaries to 900 euros.

It is a social democratic measure that will try to equate, progressively, the Spanish salaries with those of the countries of northern Europe.

In Germany, the interprofessional minimum wage reaches € 1,645, in France € 1,254, in Belgium 1,531 or in the United Kingdom € 1,396.

In Germany they govern the Conservators of Merkel, that is the homologous one to the Popular Party, just as it happens in the United Kingdom.

On the other hand, in France governs the Liberal Party "En Marche" which is the Citizens counterpart.

Policies that increase the quality of life of people, regardless of their ideology.

Citizens and Popular Party are radically opposed to such a measure being against some measures that are carried out in the governments of the rest of Europe.

In addition, Ciudadanos, in 2008, proposed increasing the minimum wage to 1,032 euros.

The Socialists ask themselves why Merkel's policies are praised or does it intend to raise the SMI beforehand, if later when it is carried to budgets it is not supported.

From the Socialist Party of Cieza we encourage citizens to ask for explanations from political leaders.

The economic recovery has to reach all people and our aspiration has to be more like the Nordic countries.

As a result, the PSOE proposes raising wages and eliminating the working poor, as well as the need for multiple jobs to have a decent wage.

Finally, for the Socialists it is paradoxical that if from Brussels, which governs the Popular Party, has reached the agreement after negotiating with the Spanish government to reduce the deficit to invest in social policies the Popular Party and Citizens refuse and contradict them.

"We need to govern to favor people and ensure a decent standard of living," they say.

Source: PSOE Cieza

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