With such a tax, “pawnbrokers who own five properties or more are obliged to pay proper income tax on the rental income and capital gains,” the PvdA program states. “I find it strange that a political party uses my name in its program,” said the prince, according to De Telegraaf. “In addition, I think they should start from their own strength and not involve just one person. Regardless of the fact that they use my name based on articles in the press and not the facts. ”
Friend and business partner Menno de Jong supports Berhard and, according to the newspaper, would have sent angry emails to the PvdA. De Jong thinks it is “populist opportunism to involve someone in this discussion because he happens to be related to the king”. He also finds the language of the Social Democrats “demonizing”.
The business partner argues that rental properties that he and Bernhard purchased at the beginning of this century were already rented out at the time of purchase, which means that there is nothing left of the suggestion that they would have taken housing off the market.
PvdA parliamentarian Henk Nijboer emphasizes that it has been established that Bernhard rents out real estate directly or indirectly. “As a Member of Parliament I am free to expose social issues and choose the words and names that I consider appropriate.”
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