Representatives of all parliamentary factions have agreed in advance that one representative of both opposition movements will speak on the proposals for the meeting agenda, and Labor and Social Affairs Minister Marianne Yureka (KDU-SL) will also speak on the ANO social meeting. suggestions. The minister calculated the government’s steps in the social sphere so far and blamed ANO MPs for not voting on many social proposals of the opposition populists at that time during the previous government of the movement’s leader André Papis.
The House of Representatives agreed to extend the reduction in the consumption tax rate on diesel fuel until the end of next year
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“Today you come in and bet one suggestion after another,” Eureka said. According to him, next year alone will increase the budget deficit by more than 550 billion kroner. Jurečka also said that while the ratio of average pension to average wage was 41 percent as of January this year, it will be 46.9 percent by January 2023.
Member of Parliament ANO Aleš Juchelka defended the movement’s proposals and declared that the policy of the current Cabinet is to push people into the subsidy system. According to him, the government was able to “stupidly politicize” even the jacket in connection with the energy crisis. “Social peace is an important part of democracy,” Gozelka emphasized. According to him, the Cabinet is taking some steps, calling them “fur stroking.” “You don’t have the balls to kick,” he declared.
SPD leader Tomio Okamura explained the SPD’s proposals on pro-family policy, blaming Jureshik for being “inactive”. “The Peter Fiala Government (ODS) is throwing hundreds of thousands of citizens into poverty,” he declared.
Only the two deputies of the ANO organization, Alina Chilrova and Okamura, took part in the draft agenda for the meeting on the social impact of the crisis on the population, which again focused on criticism of the government’s measures against inflation and high energy prices. “It has never been this bad before,” Okamura commented on the state of the company. He complained that the House of Representatives had not yet discussed any bills the SPD would like to use to resolve the situation.
Schillerová noted that the summer period “was a bad summer for most Czech families”. She spoke of a rise in consumer prices by tens of percent and inflation exceeding 17 percent. According to Schillerová, families are on the edge of financial means and are living off the savings they made during the previous government. The former Minister of Finance said that the government coalition of five people overslept in resolving this situation, and the only positive is the low unemployment rate, which characterizes the policy of the ANO government. “Go among the people, stop sending signals and do not talk about money. Come and solve the social problems of citizens, ”Shilrova urged government politicians.
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