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The town hall will double the bonus of the agents who will hold a polling station on Sunday. In the first round, some offices had been closed in Marseille for lack of staff to organize the ballot.
After the, the city of Marseille decided to increase the premium given to the municipal agents who will hold polling stations for the second round of the and departmental Sunday, were we learned Wednesday June 23, 2021 from the municipality.
The premium will be extended to 350 €, against 160 € usually and 250 € for the office president, indicates the city without specifying whether this allowance is clear or gross, confirming information from.
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Avoid a new ecolay
one hypermobilizes upstream to overcome the lack one presses, specifies the municipality on the left. Training will also be provided on Friday to voluntary agents.
Sunday, for lack of assessors, voters of 34 offices found door closed at the opening of the offices and a dozen of them could only open at 11 o'clock.
The town hall then had requisitions among public servants. For the second round, she wishes to avoid this last resort solution in the 2nd city of France with 481 polling stations.
more and more difficult to find assessors
the shortage of assessors is general in France and other municipalities like Perpignan resolved even before the first round to remunerate 300 € gross presidents and secretaries of the offices.
The assessors are normally volunteer and traditionally each candidate can designate an assessor per office but political activists are becoming increasingly rare.
This year, the health context and the two parallel polls make the situation even more complicated.
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