The training also proposes other measures to stop depopulation, such as the flat rate for rural women or the suppression of inheritance for agricultural and livestock farms.
Citizens today presented a battery of measures to stop depopulation and strengthen small municipalities, which includes a reduction of up to 60% in personal income tax.
According to the collection data of the Tax Agency of 2016, this measure would "return to the pockets of more than 5,000 residents of the eight municipalities below 5,000 inhabitants in the Region more than 4.3 million euros."
This has been highlighted in Albudeite the head of list of Citizens to Congress, the deputy Miguel Garaulet.
"This reduction of the tax burden would mean that these citizens will have 875 euros more, a money to encourage consumption and savings, to boost the economy and to create employment in order to set the population," he added.
In addition to this tax reduction, Citizens also proposed as measures to enhance the rural world and fight against depopulation the implementation of the flat rate of 30 euros for rural women autonomous and the abolition of Inheritance Tax for farms and livestock , that add almost 2,000 in these municipalities.
"We have been the first party that has warned of this problem, but also the first that has forced the inclusion of a game of 200,000 euros in the regional budget to reverse it," added Garaulet.
The deputy has opened in Albudeite an initiative, 'Caps with candidates', which have also joined Carolina Espinosa (candidate for Congress) and Pablo Ruiz (Senate).
"If we go down to the detail, in Albudeite more than 400 neighbors would stop paying 387,000 euros, a money that would remain in the municipality and generate wealth and employment.
In addition, if one of its hundred agricultural and livestock farms were transmitted, its recipients would not have to pay the Inheritance Tax, "said Garaulet.
In the Region, eight municipalities have less than 5,000 inhabitants.
Son Albudeite, Aledo, Campos del Río, Ojós, Pliego, Ricote, Ulea and Villanueva del Segura.
In addition, Librilla barely exceeds this limit, so if the trend continues in a few years could be included in this segment.
The eight municipalities total 13,700 inhabitants according to the census data, and contribute IRPF 7.3 million euros in total, according to the data of the Tax Agency of 2016.
Source: Ciudadanos Región de Murcia