Is subsidy a socialist policy?

Is subsidy a socialist policy?

Extraordinary Plenary Session 5 August 2021

The Socialist Francisco Vizcaino, Vice-Minister of the Environment in Melilla, granted himself a subsidy of 5,500 euros to buy an electric car. Not enough reason for his resignation. “I am only guilty of ignorance,” he explained this Monday at a press conference.

But the explanations have not satisfied the opposition. The secretary general of the PP in Melilla, Miguel Marín, has called for his resignation and has stated that the granting of aid from the Autonomous City in addition to allegedly contravene the General Law of Subsidies, could also breach the own bases of the call.

The Councilor for Sports should explain certain

Will the Government put 700,000 euros on the table? The Island Plenary unanimously approved this Friday a proposal of Unidas Podemos in order to give a solution to Ibizan students who are studying higher education outside the island. Councilor David Álvarez reminded that, at present, there are big differences between the aids received by students from Mallorca and those offered to students from the smaller islands. Hence his proposal to “urge the Government to make the appropriate legislative modification” so that everyone can have access to the same aid.

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Resolution of October 5, 2020, of the Directorate General of Domestic Policy, publishing the annual state subsidies, to cover security expenses, paid to the different political formations with representation in the Congress of Deputies, during the third quarter of the fiscal year 2020.

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The purpose of the subsidy, which is paid in twelve monthly installments, is to defray security expenses and is specified in the annual amount included in the General State Budget for the corresponding fiscal year, which is allocated in program 924M, Elections and Political Parties, charged to Section 16, Service 01 and Concept 484, Annual allocation to Political Parties to defray security expenses.

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Libertarian socialism is a group of political philosophies that favor the socialization of the means of production, that is, the expropriation and collectivization of private property, and that the direction of production – what to produce and what not to produce – be decided by workers’ assemblies. [1] These ideologies are usually distinguished from mainstream socialism -which they call state socialism[2][3]- in that they advocate workers’ control of productive assets, rather than state control, while like other forms of socialism they reject capitalism -the organization of production based on private property and the market economy.

Libertarian socialists of different currents generally support expropriation and collectivization – the abolition of private property and the market economy by communal ownership – if these are carried out using decentralized means such as the assembly government of political organization and economic production, trade unions and workers’ councils.[4] Their intention in seeking to expropriate and collectivize most property and enterprises is, from their perspective, the decentralization of political and economic power. Libertarian socialists tend to deny the legitimacy of most forms of private property, because they view the social relations of private property and market economy as forms of organization that are antagonistic to individual freedom.[5][6] This is why they reject the voluntary relations of free market capitalism since they consider that they would in reality be forced, calling them wage slavery.

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