US News "Average class compensation", "energy check", "France 2030" plan ... The opposition denounces a "whatever it costs", at six months of the presidential election
High energy prices: At the gas station you can read how dramatically the situation is
The EU presents a package of measures to protect citizens from high energy prices. That arises elsewhere desires. © Carsten KOALL / DPA Top Open Prices: This expected the motorists last at the gas stations. The high and still rising energy prices make consumers and politics continue to create. At the political level, a package of measures was presented on Wednesday in Brussels. The EU Commission proposed Member States numerous instruments against the significant increase in energy prices.
the allowance "middle class" Of 100 euros to respond to the flight of energy prices can be seen as a boost to combat inflation. But for the opposition, it is especially seen as a new evidence that Emmanuel Macron comes out the checkbook, a few months from the presidential election.
everything is not to put at the same level, since mixing punctual measures and others that will get smooth over several years but the very admission of the general rapporteur of the budget to the assembly, the member Lrem Laurent Saint -Martin, expenses should reach "around 16 or 17 billion euros" in this season.
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everywhere in France, the yellow vests make a very, very shy
return © Franck Dubray / West France The yellow vests have returned on the roundabouts this Saturday, October 16 and here on the carpooling area Vallet in Loire-Atlantique. As three years ago, rising energy prices generated calls to manifest and occupy the roundabouts this Saturday. But there was no crowd, far from it, even though some inflated the ranks of the anti-safety manifestations. Little horizon. Caen , Saint-Malo , Perpignan , Orleans ...
"is the 'whatever it costs, I want to be re-elected!"
from there to mock Emmanuel Macron in president of the checkbook , there is only one step that many political opponents cross. "It's the 'whatever it costs, I want to be re-elected!'" MOQUE MARINE LE PEN IN A TWEET. Even tone on the side of Damien Abad, leader of the LR MPs at the Assembly who blames the President to use "the checkbook of France for electoral purposes. The 'whatever it costs' sanitary, yes! But There we have moved to a 'whatever it costs' election. " The former Socialist President François Hollande, denounces a sectoral policy: "Today he distributes the money of all according to the categorical interests". The head of France unsuitably Jean-Luc Mélenchon has fun. Last Sunday in a meeting, it passes Emmanuel Macron for a vane: "the candidate gorge of ads that you do not remember. And besides, do not waste your time since anyway, it will not make them . "
Just the classic in pre-election period. But criticism is a little worse when it comes from your former prime minister. "Today, France is getting intoxicated to loop its ends of months, we finance our way of life on the back of our children," says Edward Philippe in an interview. The former head of government that makes this criticism half-word on the many announcements of the head of state since the start of the school year: "Let's attach less to the quantity than the quality of these expenses!" Not sure it is heard for a few months of the presidential election and a very probable declaration of application for a second term for Emmanuel Macron.
Election-Ticker-HABAG - will not give much change in taxes .
Berlin, 24 Oct (Reuters) - it will follow current developments after the federal election and for coalition formation: 22.20 clock - Green co-boss Robert Dabeck admits, that the traffic lights parties can not decide large changes in the control area. With the FDP, there could be no reforms in asset or inheritance tax, says DAUL in the ARD. This also lacks the scope for relief elevations elsewhere. These could only give it if the economic upswing is back for more tax revenue.