United We Can is going to propose to the PSOE that it extend to the unemployed, young people between 15 and 29 years of age, people with disabilities and households that receive the Minimum Vital Income the plan of tickets to the cinema for 2 euros for people over 65 years of age that will be approved tomorrow by the Council of Ministers.
This was announced by the Minister of Social Rights and Secretary General of Podemos, Ione Belarra, on her Twitter account, one day after the Chief Executive, Pedro Sánchez, advanced his intention to approve this plan to promote culture in the next cabinet meeting.
“We are going to propose to the PSOE to extend cinema tickets for 2 euros to unemployed people and their families, households that receive the Minimum Vital Income, people with disabilities and young people between 15 and 29 years of age. For a culture for all and for all ”, Belarra has written on the social network.
The plan to promote cinema attendance by the elderly will involve an investment of 10 million euros, according to socialist sources.
The measure will be developed in collaboration with the main associations in the exhibition sector, which represent more than 90% of the halls.
To put it into operation, the Government will agree with the sector on the possibility of establishing another day of cinema at a reduced price for the elderly depending on the specificities of the theaters in each territory, since, for example, there are municipalities in which they are only open on weekends. week.