The government is going to hold a Minister council extraordinary this Saturday June 25 to approve the new decree against the economic consequences of the ukrainian warwhich can include a 300 euro check anti-crisisaccording to the minister spokesperson for the Government, Isabel Rodríguez.
In this way, the Executive is going to extend for three more months the measures that were approved on March 29 and that are in force until the end of June, as announced at the time by the president, Pedro Sánchez.
Among the approved measures is the reduction of 20 euro cents per liter of fuel, direct aid to sectors such as transport, livestock and dairy and the prohibition of raising rents above 2%. Also the increase of 15% of the minimum vital income, or the increase in the beneficiaries of the electricity bonus.
The Government has chosen that date since this week Sánchez will be in Brussels on Thursday and Friday at the European Council and on Tuesday of the following week the NATO Summit will begin in Madrid, which will mark the entire political agenda.
In recent weeks, the Government has slipped that it will apply some changes to the measures approved in that first decree, although it has not specified which of them will be modified, what those changes will consist of, or whether new measures will be applied.
300 euro check
In this regard, from the partner of United We Can they have proposed that the extension of the measures against the war include a 10-point increase in corporate tax for electricity companies – up to 35% – and a check for 300 euros to the people “hardest hit by the crisis”, as proposed by the second vice president and minister of labor and Social Economy, Yolanda Díaz. Also a monthly transport pass at 10 euros, requested by the Minister of Social Rights and the 2030 Agenda, Ione Belarra.