Purchasing power: agreement reached between deputies and senators on the first part of measures

After several days of intense debate, the bill “on emergency measures for the protection of purchasing power” will be definitively adopted on Wednesday.

Deputies and senators who are members of the Joint Joint Committee (CMP) have reached an agreement on the bill “on emergency measures for the protection of purchasing power”, announced the National Assembly on Monday.

Adopted at first reading by the deputies on Friday July 22 then by the senators last Friday, the text will be definitively voted on this Wednesday.

“LREM and LR have negotiated everything”

It includes several measures such as the increase in retirement pensions and several allowances, the deconjugalization of the disabled adult allowance (AAH) or the continuation of the Macron bonus.

“Well LREM and LR negotiated everything upstream of the joint joint committee. So there will be bonuses at the start of the school year and no salary increase, no more exemptions from social security contributions, American shale gas and coal “criticized a few moments before the announcement the deputy EELV Sandrine Rousseau.

The right-wing dominated Senate has also been examining since Monday afternoon at first reading the amended draft budget for 2022, which includes the second part of measures in favor of purchasing power. A CMP deputies-senators will meet on Wednesday evening on this more thorny text, the final adoption of which is hoped for by Sunday.

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