The Minister of Science and Innovation asks the opposition to "stand up" to extend the fuel bonuses

The Minister of Science and Innovation, Diana Morant, has asked today in Eibar, Guipúzcoa, that "all politicians are up to the circumstances and the needs of citizens" to be able to extend the fuel bonus and the tax reduction to the electric ones.

The Minister of Science and Innovation asks the opposition to "stand up" to extend the fuel bonuses

The Minister of Science and Innovation, Diana Morant, has asked today in Eibar, Guipúzcoa, that "all politicians are up to the circumstances and the needs of citizens" to be able to extend the fuel bonus and the tax reduction to the electric ones. Extending the bonuses that are applied now when refueling gasoline is in the hands of the Government, but the Royal Decree must then be validated in Congress. That is why she has asked for "co-responsibility" at a time "as delicate as this."

"The measures that are underway right now were taken out with the vote against the PP," Morant recalled. And that is why he has called for the entire parliamentary arc to "understand" that right now citizens need "political decisions and not tactics."

He recalled that although Spain does not "fall bombs", it is suffering other effects of the war such as the rise in gasoline or energy. "No one has chosen to be in the middle of a war, the Government of Spain has not chosen the economic scenario in which we live, but we are responding and what we ask the rest of the groups is that they have the same level of vision," he added. .

The minister made these statements during a visit to the Tekniker technology center in which she also claimed the need to apply long-term measures. As Morant explained, the Government is working "at two speeds." On the one hand, immediate measures are being taken to alleviate the immediate effects of the crisis, first to mitigate the consequences of the pandemic and now to mitigate the impact of the war in Ukraine. Among them is the extension of the package of measures to lower the price of gasoline and electricity or the "unprecedented" agreement of the European Commission to recognize the so-called Iberian exception.

In addition, he explained, it will be necessary to continue with the energy transformation plan to make Spain "less dependent". Something that he has assured will be achieved with the green transition and the energy transition. "We are going to allocate more than 20,000 million euros from the recovery plan to this transformation," he concluded.

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