Madrid, November 27 (EFE) .- The president of Fedetaxi, Miguel Ángel Leal, was critical of the European Commission in his appearance in Brussels, which he accused of playing a "role decisive in the entry and expansion "of multinationals such as Uber and Cabify. p>
As reported today by the taxi drivers' organization, Leal, at the time president of the European Alliance of Taxistas (TEA), insisted before the General Directorate of Mobility and Transport (DG Move) that the entry of this type of platforms "only brings decontrol, higher prices, precarization labor and worse service to citizens. " p>
The president of Fedetaxi also presented the conclusions of a study prepared by the consultancy KPMG that points out that the entrance of these new operators would cause "significant negative socio-economic impacts" by means of lower general taxation. p>
The study, according to Fedetaxi, indicates that the State could be It is aimed at implementing "forms of compensation to alleviate" these negative impacts, with compensations of between 1,300 and 1,700 million euros. p>
The president of Fedetaxi sued in Brussels that the taxi is declared a public service of general interest throughout the continent.