Fighting unemployment, Spanish government: $ 290 a month for young people leaving their parents' home
Young people in Spain can be paid $ 290 to leave their parents' home, according to proposals submitted by President Pedro Sanchez.
Speaking at the Spanish Urban Forum on Tuesday, Sanchez, who is the leader of the Spanish governing coalition, unveiled plans to fight high rents and make it easier for low-income young people to find a home of their own. .
The "youth bonus" will be distributed by the autonomous regional authorities of Spain, according to the BBC.
"We are talking about a fair economic recovery and that means facilitating access to housing, especially for those who are most vulnerable to insecurity, such as young people," Sanchez told the forum.
With 33%, Spain has one of the highest unemployment rates for under 25s in Europe.
The proposal comes along with separate plans for a wider € 2 billion rent control bill, agreed at the same day cabinet meeting, which also proposes tax cuts for landlords to reduce rents. tire.