The Madrid president, Isabel Diaz Ayuso, has presented this Wednesday a draft law of fiscal autonomy to protect the Community of Madrid from Government of Spain, and that it will include the right of citizens to “know how the regional administration is spending its tax money.”
The person in charge of announcing the measure has been Enrique Ossorio, spokesman for the Community of Madrid, at the press conference after the Governing Council, at the Real Casa de Correos (Puerta del Sol), where he defended his suitability because “decisions on the taxes of Madrid must be taken their representatives in the Assembly of Vallecas and not the Government of Spain “.
The draft bill will incorporate, as Ossorio has announced, the right of Madrid citizens to know “how the Administration is spending its taxes.” A measure to improve “transparency” and “efficiency”.
We are going to present a financial autonomy law that protects the fiscal policy of the Community of Madrid.
It will be a right of citizens to know how the regional administration is spending its tax money. Transparency and efficiency.
– Isabel Díaz Ayuso (@IdiazAyuso) September 15, 2021
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