Tuesday, January 8, 2019

governmental imbroglio in three acts


The executive becomes decidedly a regular in the boondoggles. After the ISF, the measures announced by Édouard Philippe, is now the housing tax that is subject to more or less contradictory back and forth between ministers and President of the Republic.

Total or partial deletion? The Express returns on government announcements that have turned into a mess.

Act 1: Ministers in favor of keeping the wealthiest

<p class = "canvas-atom-text-canvas Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) - sm Mt (0.8em) - sm" type = "text" content = "Criticized for its tax policy deemed unequal, the government seems to want to send strong signals.The Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire who launches the pavement in the pond this Sunday.Participant of the "Grand Rendez-Vous" Europe 1-CNews-The echoes, the minister assures that Bercy could revise his copy concerning the tax of habitation if a request in this direction was to be formulated within the framework of the national debate launched by Emmanuel Macron. "Criticism for its tax policy deemed unequal, the government seems to send strong signals." The Minister of Economy Bruno Le Maire who launches the pavement in the pond this Sunday. "Grand Rendez-Vous" Europe 1-CNews-The echoes, the minister assures that Bercy could revise his copy concerning the tax of habitation if a request in this direction was to be formulated within the framework of the national debate launched by Emmanuel Macron.

"It is essential" that this deletion "be completed (...) but we can very well ask the French: 'Do you think that for the richest 20%, it is legitimate or not to remove the tax dwelling? ", launches the tenant of Bercy.

The president was clear during his campaign: the housing tax, which he considers unjust, will be removed for 80% of French if elected. And once in power, he sticks to it. Problem: the reform, which could contravene the principle of "equality before the tax", risks being retoquée by the Constitutional Council. At the end of 2017, the Head of State finally announced the extension of this measure to all French people.

It is on this announcement that the government comes back with the door opened by Bruno Le Maire. He would kill two birds with one stone, abandoning a measure considered favoring wealthy households, and showing the yellow vests that the great national debate would not be a futile discussion without any decision on the polis ... Read more on L'Express.fr

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