World Social Security Budget: Elisabeth Borne uses for the sixth time article 49.3
The Victorian Liberals say the state's debt is larger than any other state and larger than NSW, Queensland and Tasmania combined. Is that correct?
Victoria's Shadow Treasurer David Davis and the Liberal Party say Victoria's debt is larger than Queensland, NSW and Tasmania combined. RMIT ABC Fact Check runs the numbers. The verdictMr Davis's claim is gilding the lily. So are similar claims from Mr Guy, Mr Bach and the Liberal Party organisation.It's important to note that Victoria's net debt in June 2022 was $99.98 billion.It is not yet the $165.9 billion it is projected to be in June 2026, despite Liberal Party claims it has already "blown out" to similar magnitudes and Mr Davis's claim that it will reach that level by 2025.
By following, the group La France Insoumise has announced to file a new motion of censorship against the government.
and Six. Elisabeth Borne again engaged, Friday, November 25, the responsibility of her government on a budgetary text in the Assembly by drawing After the rejection of a LFI censorship motion, the Prime Minister immediately drawn 49.3 to have the social security budget for new reading adopted without vote.
"Noue cannot start the same discussions eternally," argued the Prime Minister. The assembly had just largely rejected a censorship motion from the group La France Insoumise , on the revenue aspect of this budget, for which Ms. Borne had already used this constitutional weapon.
Gérard Depardieu: his young son Jean, 16, shaves her skull ... to look like Eminem!
We often forget it but Gérard Depardieu had a boy, 16 years ago, when he was in a relationship with Hélène Bizot. The young man has just made a totally radical decision, capillary speaking ... 1/15 slides Gérard Depardieu: his young son Jean, 16, shaves his skull ... to look like Eminem ! 2/15 slides © Bestimage Gérard Depardieu during the Festival Premier Plans in Angers. © Laetitia notarianni / Bestimage 3/15 slides © Instagram, Jean Depardieu Jean Depardieu on Instagram. September 8, 2022.
New Motion of Censorship LFI
By following, the E Group of MEPs Insoumise has announced to file a new motion of censorship against the government. "A 49.3 To start the week, a second to finish it. The sixth in a month. To sanction each recurrence of government obstruction, we will deposit a motion of censorship," wrote the president of the LFI group Mathilde Panot on Twitter Friday night.
A 49-3 to start the week, a second to finish it.
The sixth in a month.
To sanction each recurrence of government obstruction, we will deposit a motion of censorship.- Mathilde Panot (@Mathildepanot)
New 49.3. New censorship motion. Jamain we will not trivialize the trampling of parliament and democracy.- Thomas Portes (@portes_thomas)
How will the new “electricity shock absorber” work for craftsmen and SMEs? .
© David Ademas / Ouest-France For VSEs and SMEs, the energy bill promises to be particularly salty in 2023. Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne had announced a new aid in 2023 to support small businesses at the end Faced with the outbreak of electricity prices. It is expected to reduce their bills by around 20%. worried, like millions of French people, by the dizzying increase in electricity prices, butchers and cold meats demonstrated on Tuesday, November 29, before the National Assembly.