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The Government increases spending on housing to the 1,000 million demanded by the CUP

The Government has satisfied one of the most iconic demands of the CUP, which is that the investiture pact that foresaw 1,000 million to be dedicated to housing policies in 2022 be fulfilled. According to sources from both parties, the Executiu has expressed its “commitment “carrying out” budgetary modifications “for this, but” based on income. ” Right now, the accounts already foresee 749 million in housing, “an increase of 410 million, with respect to 2020,” government sources recall.

The cuperos assume that it is an advance in the negotiation although, at the same time, they point out that it is a commitment made by the Government itself after the 14-F elections, so they disdain having entered a terrain of renegotiating what has already been negotiated to approve the budgets and not go beyond a pact that at the time they already crossed out “minimum”.

Be that as it may, the conversations will continue throughout the day today, because the anti-capitalists have summoned the open parliamentary coordinator – the decision-making body with representation from all the organizations of the candidacy – this Saturday morning in Santa Perpètua de la Mogoda , to shape their positioning on the accounts. Thus, they hope that during this Friday the Government will continue to make assignments in the five areas that they put on the table: macro-projects, housing, taxation, independence roadmap and public order.

What can the CUP decide? Depending on the positioning of the organizations, they will decide whether to submit the latest offer from the Government to the debate of the entire militancy or if they maintain the position that the internal ballot boxes have already established: maintain the amendment to the whole and continue negotiating with the Executiu.

It should be added that, according to Republican sources, the offer made on Wednesday by Secretary General Marta Rovira to create a “working group for the next attack with the State, in the form of a referendum” has been “well received by the CUP” and both forces are, right now, shaping and designing what this ‘task force’ should be like.

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