Madrid (EFE).- The Second Vice-President of the Government and Minister of Labour, Yolanda Díaz, has proposed an agreement with the large distribution companies so that they provide a basket “with quality products” at moderate prices and advocated for penalties for companies that do not adhere.
In statements to the media this Wednesday upon arriving at the presentation of Pope Francis’ book, Díaz defended the path of an agreement with the companies, but pointed to measures, such as limiting the distribution of dividends, for which add up
“Those who disagree, for example, because they cannot distribute, to give an idea, dividends, as we have done in other moments of the crisis,” Díaz added, who explained that the measures are still being negotiated between the PSOE and Podemos. .
He also referred to the “fiscal way” or the limitation of commercial margins in distribution companies.
“There are many measures that we have proposed to the Socialist Party and we will present them to them over the days,” he concluded.