The day before, Olivia Grégoire had affirmed at the end of the Council of Ministers that the project would be presented before the legislative elections of June 12 and 19.
The bill on purchasing power, which could be separated into a financial text and another “accompanying“, will finally be presented to the Council of Ministers after the June legislative elections and not before, government spokeswoman Olivia Grégoire corrected on Tuesday.
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“Let’s be clear and precise: the Prime Minister (Elisabeth Borne) and the President (Emmanuel Macron) will speak on the outlines, on what will be in this text before the second round of the legislative elections.“On June 19, said the spokesperson on France 2. “But this text will be presented to the Council of Ministers just after, a few days after the legislative elections, and it will then go to Parliament“, she clarified.
The day before, Olivia Grégoire had affirmed at the end of the Council of Ministers that the project would be presented before the legislative elections of June 12 and 19. The spokesperson clarified on Tuesday that there would be a text, “maybe even two“, mon “which will provide financial measures and an accompanying text which will carry other types of measures“. “It is a very heavy bill with the food voucher, with the tariff shield, continuing to freeze prices, with also the tripling of the Macron bonus with the profit-sharing, profit-sharing schemes, the employee dividend, it is a very large text“, she added.
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