The senator from Nuevo León, Samuel García, uploaded a video to his social networks in which he explained, with bread in his hand, what the tax agreement is and why the conflict arose between the “rebel” governors and the government federal.
During his participation in the Senate this Thursday in the discussion on the Federal Law of Rights, the legislator took out the typical Day of the Dead food on the platform to graphically represent how the government of the 4T seeks to keep “the choncho” of the budget .
I explain to you with a pan de muerto how the Federal Government eats the money of the states, that is, what the unfair tax agreement that we want to change is about. pic.twitter.com/TznPZTkUeC
– Samuel García (@samuel_garcias) October 29, 2020
According to the Secretary of the Treasury, Arturo Herrera, in total, 6.2 million pesos are contemplated to be allocated in the budget.
For this reason, Samuel García took the bread and cut a quarter of it to show that “with this piece”, the municipalities and the states will keep only 20% of the budget.
“This is the fiscal package where the SAT collects the most important taxes: ISR, VAT, IEPS. The fiscal agreement is an agreement where the President will keep 80% for his projects and will only give him 4% for 2,550 municipalities and 16% for 32 states of the Republic, which today complain that they are bankrupt, “he said.
In addition, he accused that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador intends with these resources to promote his star projects such as the Mayan Train and the Dos Bocas refinery. “I ask Morena for fair treatment, equal fiscal treatment for states and municipalities,” he said.
“Where was the garbage, the water, the sewers, the municipal police?”, The senator finally questioned the chief executive.