The Minister of the Economy, Bruno Le Maire, announced on Thursday that he wanted to present a Pacte II bill at the beginning of 2024 to enable the continued simplification of standards which hinder the growth of businesses, particularly the smallest and medium-sized.
I want us to have a Pacte II law, declared Mr. Le Maire during the Impact PME event organized by the Confederation of PME (CPME) and BFM Business Paris.
After the first Pacte law adopted in 2019 and which made it possible to greatly simplify the rules, I want there to be a second advance in simplification with a Pacte II law which I hope to be able to present in the first months of 2024, was -he specifies.
When we put obstacles in the way of these SMEs, when we add rules, standards, obligations, paperwork, administrative constraints, it is absolutely unbearable!, exclaimed the government’s number two.
The bill will be informed in particular by the proposals submitted during the consultations organized as part of the Simplification Meetings, launched by Bercy in mid-November.
These simplification proposals can be sent until December 29, notably online at simplification.make.org.
We already have 300,000 voters and thousands of proposals. I think we will have half a million voters by the time the site closes, congratulated Bruno Le Maire.
As with the first Pacte law, the minister said he was sure that there would be a majority in Parliament to vote for this second variation.
You really have to be a politician totally disconnected from the world of business, SMEs and small businesses, not to understand that one of the first requests from a business leader today is that we stop to annoy him and make his life easier, he said in front of an audience of business leaders.
In the coming months, Bruno Le Maire also said he would look at how we can reduce the gap between gross and net (salary), as well as the weight of contributions.