State Budget: – This is the SV

State Budget: - This is the SV


If the government wants to get approval for the budget, it will have to spend more to do what it wants.

Kartspilon: Very suitable for the image of the pickup center party leader. Photo: Martin Artel
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Driveway Sloxvolt role The black car was not driven with the driver as recommended by the PST on Monday morning, but the diesel-powered pickup owned by NRK. This car centerpiece fits perfectly with the image of the party leader. But the fact that the finance minister is driving it through the center of Oslo before presenting it to the state budget seems, first and foremost, a provocative act. If the government wants to get approval for the budget, it will have to spend more to do what it wants.

The government should and should achieve a budget solution with SV. The party’s monetary policy spokeswoman Gary Elizabeth Kasky specifically urged Labor and the Center to protect petrol and diesel from increased CO2 taxes by cutting the road use tax and traffic insurance tax.

Monday is Scripture Day, And he gave an exciting financial speech on how the budget for Norway shows a new trend. The government has spent its first three weeks better, and they have moved NOK 18 billion from the Solberg government’s plan for the state budget. Several initiatives show a new direction in Norwegian economic policy. Here, SP and Labor voters will see the election promises fulfilled.

The rich will pay higher taxes, while two out of three Norwegians will receive tax breaks. Municipalities will increase their free funds to a total of 4.5 billion next year. In particular, the government is increasing the top subsidy for citizens who spend more money on the municipality, especially for affluent services. Full VAT compensation for sports and culture, increased artists’ salaries and an additional 29 million to promote Norwegian industry and culture abroad are helping to popularize government in an unnoticed sector.

The government is determined In work. The union exemption will increase by 50 percent next year and double in two years. The government pays five times as much to the Norwegian Labor Inspection Commission as compared to Solberg’s budget, increasing the base staff in the NAV to 1000 people to move to new initiative locations and 250 permanently arranged jobs to new locations.

Districts are also given clear priority. Reduced ferry prices and increased travel waste will make living in districts around big cities cheaper. The same goes for increased broadband subsidies and the growth of charging stations. A sub-agreement with the administration of agriculture and managing investment support welcomes the central party’s key voters. Also, sailors, fishermen, agriculture and deer breeding are getting new exemptions.

Still, it is far from over For the majority of this budget. The Store government cannot seek the support of the Solberg government parties to change their budget. Labor and the center party’s preferred budget partner – the SV – will sell itself for a price in order to gain a majority. This is an opportunity for the SV to show that it can have a greater impact outside the government than the government, after party leader Audon Lisbeth left the government referendum on hurdles. Going forward, the store government still risks expecting a changing majority.

And SV’s judgment was harsh. Carrie Elizabeth Kasky is clear:

– The budget for Norway is very gray and small.

Kaski believes the government’s budget has a weaker climate profile than the citizens ’proposal. It has been confirmed in the budget itself that the tariff reduction will weaken the climate impact. At the same time, the government is cutting back on incentives for electric cars, Nysnø, an environmental technology program and forest protection. 1.5-2.0 million tons of CO2 will be reduced by 2030 if the government compensates for the same amount of increased CO2 taxes now proposed.

Can’t live with SV. They want real emissions cuts more than the Solberg government planned to get a majority in the budget. And they need more investment in strong redistribution and welfare.

If the store government invests close to NOK 3 billion in reducing electricity taxes for all, SV will reduce electricity taxes and new energy measures for housing. The government is suspending corona compensation for rail and public transport companies beyond 2021, with SV demanding public transport in cities. And where the government raises property taxes lower than they promised in the election campaign, S.V. The parties are also very disappointed with the lack of involvement in dental health. But what are the real requirements they put on the table, we still do not know.

Friday or Monday SV presents its alternative state budget. According to Kaski, they will negotiate everything. Negotiations will then begin in the Finance Committee. There, Kaski meets with Eagle Nutschen, the Labor Party’s monetary policy spokesman, and Siegforn Gijelswick of the Center Party. The way forward is not agreed, but it seems that the talks will soon go to the level of the parliamentary leaders of the parties. Negotiations are underway between party leaders.

Prime Minister Jonas Kahr Store hopes that the settlement will take place in the future to form the basis for regular negotiations with the SV. Then he has to pay more SV than he gave in Hurdleszone.

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