They value the shares of the Spanish government to lower electricity prices

August 13, 2021, 6:41 amMADRID, AUGUST 13 (PRENSA LATINA), Parliamentary spokesman for the United Left in Congress, Enrique Santiago, today expressed his appreciation for the measures taken to reduce electricity prices projected by the Spanish government.

Facing an alarming surge in electricity last week, Santiago, who is also a deputy spokesperson for United We Can Group, described the idea of ​​launching a public company in this strategic sector as “excellent news.”

The politician thus referred to the idea proposed by the Third Vice President and Minister of Environmental Transformation, Teresa Ribera, in favor of the creation of a public electricity company.

We are faced with a logical and pragmatic proposal, which the United Left has been proposing for several decades, and we can also advocate and publicly disclose it in an argumentative manner during this stage of the coalition government, he said.

But beyond authorship, he continued, another minute could not be wasted in doing what had been the case for decades in a large part of the countries around us, long before that fruitless competition erupted in Spain to see who had been privatized faster and faster. , He said.

Santiago spoke of cases of companies, such as Italy’s Enel or France’s EDF, most of which are public companies and “and no one tears their clothes there.”

Here in Spain we have to confront the prejudices, poisonings, lies of the right wing and the business environment it deserves while using the rise in light only to their advantage and without caring about the problems it causes for most people’s argument.

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Izquierda Yoneda spokesperson noted Pablo Casado (Popular Party leader), who is “disappointed by provoking fraudulent state covenants or demanding unrealistic electoral progress, which a few weeks ago refused to support a VAT reduction on the electricity bill.”

“Casado prefers to put his ambitions, inefficiencies, and self-interest above those of 97 percent of domestic consumers, or the nearly three million businesses and self-employed workers, or of the more than 600,000 vulnerable families who benefit from this measure,” Santiago added.

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