The United Commissions on Finance and Public Credit and Second Legislative Studies of the Chamber of Senators approved, without changes, the three opinions sent by the Chamber of Deputies. Opposition parties will present reservations in plenary.
These are the opinions of the Federal Revenue Law (18 votes in favor and 11 against), the Federal Law of Rights (18 votes in favor and 10 against) and the Tax Miscellaneous 2022 (18 votes in favor and 10 against).
After a couple of hours of discussion, the senators approved the package, after which it will take turns to the Plenary of the Upper House today.
The opinion of the Tax Miscellany establishes that those over 18 years of age will have the obligation to process their Federal Taxpayers Registry in order to avoid identity theft by billing companies, as well as to change the financial culture of society. It is also established that individuals will no longer be able to deduct 7% of the donations they make.
Given this, Noé Castañón, senator of the Citizen Movement, said that according to what was said by Raquel Buenrostro, in the sense that many of the regulations that will be modified have their origin in identified cases, how is it that they seek to correct the generality of taxpayers.
Since there were no reservations presented in the analysis and discussion of the minutes corresponding to the 2022 Economic Package, Miguel Mancera, senator of the Party of the Democratic Revolution, commented that his fraction will propose 18 reservations in the Plenary, but did not elaborate on the matter.
“The issue of 18-year-olds will create a database and we have to be in harmony with the Data Protection Law. It reads that the responsible subjects who are creating a database (the government) must do so with a purpose (…) since by removing the sanction, an imperfect rule remains ”.
While Félix Salgado Macedonio, from Morena, assured that this Fiscal Miscellany is unique since “never” have so many changes been made to improve collection. He recalled that before it was a “use and custom” tax evasion and avoidance in Mexico.
Claudia Ruiz Massieu, from the Institutional Revolutionary Party, argued to Morena’s senators that they should “be given time for a careful analysis of the opinions.
On the subject of 18-year-old girls, a database will be created and we have to be in harmony with the Data Protection Law. It reads that the responsible subjects who are creating a database (the government) must do so with a purpose (…) since by removing the sanction, an imperfect rule remains ”.
Miguel Mancera, senator of the PRD.