The Minister of Industry, Commerce and Employment of the Board, Mariano Veganzones, has committed to a comprehensive plan for the commercial sector of the Community on an analysis of its weaknesses and strengths, which "will serve so that the faltering recovery translates into a stable recovery in sales".
Veganzones has offered the closing speech of the II CEOE Trade Meeting at the Miguel Delibes Cultural Center in Valladolid, and has guaranteed that its action will fight against the "enemy" of communism, which "runs wild" in its "various forms in the Government” and gives as an example “the citizens of Cuba or Korea” and wants to “prohibit meat or drink wine.” "That's what merchants in Spain have to deal with," he said.
The Vox counselor has also appealed to fight against absenteeism in the sector, the lack of professionals and the multiple theft as a result of the "goodist policies of the left" with which "it is free to break the law."
Mariano Veganzones has guaranteed that they will face the "ruin" that the 2030 "suicide agenda" represents and the "interventionism of the communist Ministry of Consumption", which "limits licenses" and launches "intoxication" campaigns and tax increases. "They want to implement ideological control even in consumption and lead small businesses and freelancers to ruin," he lamented.
Veganzones has attacked the "unbearable problems" that "climate fanaticism that limits mobility, with low-emission almonds without justification" and limitations on access in cities are generating in the sector. Likewise, he has denounced the waste of millions of euros in "ineffective political spending" and in "ruinous measures" with the elimination of car parks that "draw consumers away from commerce in the center of cities." "It relocates towards electronic commerce and ends with tourism," he said, to appeal to the defense of traditional commerce because it is "a source of social and cultural values, within its singularity, diversity and variety" that "needs a context that stop drowning your future.
The counselor has appealed to adopt "brave policies" against the "absurd" impositions of the 2030 Agenda, actions he said, that enhance security in cities against crime and theft, reduce political spending and taxes and generate companies and favor the survival of businesses between generations.