The President of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Morenowarned the central government on Wednesday, faced with “the temptation to interfere in fiscal autonomy” of the community, that if he makes “any maneuver” to subtract capacities or raise taxes, he will have “a strong judicial response”.
Moreno has stated that “rebels” against the possibility that taxes will be recentralized ceded, since “it is to raise them”, and he has criticized that the socialists “sometimes are federalists, other times they are centralists, there is no one who understands them”.
He has said in Cope that he has been surprised by the “angry attack” by the government for the elimination of the Patrimony tax, something that he believes demonstrates “their own incoherence and lack of their own discourse” in fiscal matters, with the spokeswoman for the Executive “disavowing” the Minister of Social Security. The Government has criticized the “fiscal dumping” of the PP autonomies, although it has made it clear that it is not in recentralizing taxes, as José Luis Escrivá had advocated hours before.
Moreno has also said he was surprised by the reaction of the Catalan government, who asked him to leave the Catalans “in peace” after the president of the Board encouraged Catalan businessmen to go to Andalusia, where they pay less taxes. Moreno has seen that the invitation to his employers to change the headquarters “bothers him”, but he has insisted on that “kind” appeal and has reminded those managers “that a tax advisor” will make the change “in fifteen or twenty days “.
“Why can’t I compete with Catalonia or Madrid?”
He has insisted that he will work so that any businessman or manager who wants to establish himself in Andalusia and has admitted that it is an offensive because “the world is competitiveness”, such as that maintained by companies: “Why can’t I compete with Catalonia or Madrid?”has been asked.
“Now we play, we go on the attack, we compete,” said Moreno, who has revealed a survey among Andalusian businessmen who left, mostly for Madrid, and the explanation was always the greatest “fiscal kindness.”
However, he has assured that these businessmen want to be on their land, in Andalusia, where they usually reside, since the Treasury also carries out periodic inspections and they do not want to be “at an absurd risk”.
He has also spoken of “99 percent” of senior managers of companies who live on the coast of Cadiz or Malaga, who travel to London or Paris frequently, but with their family established in Andalusia, who do not pay tax in the community of Heritage.
For this reason, it has once again appealed to Andalusians who pay taxes abroad, to those who live “a fiscal hell” in Catalonia and to the rest of the European residents who live in Andalusia: “Today any consultancy will do the papers for you in 15 days“.