On Saturday, Emmanuel Macron has signed live the last three laws passed in Parliament. The President confirmed that he wanted to remove the taxe d’Habitation for all in 2020.
Emmanuel Macron has signed Saturday live under the eye of cameras, the last three laws passed in Parliament with the 2018 budget, confirming its aim to abolish the taxe d’Habitation for all .
The 2018 budget began the removal of the taxe d’habitation to 80% of households , which will be conducted by third parties, with “a first third of next year”, “with the prospect in 2020 of a major reform that will remove this tax for all of our citizens, “he said.
Sign live, not a first for the president
“These texts are profound changes in our economic and ecological organization,” he added. Besides the 2018 budget, the head of state signed the law on the financing of social security and that ending the search and the exploitation of oil by 2040.
For this signing session, which precedes Sunday promulgation of texts, it was the side of the government spokesman Benjamin GRIVEAUX in his Elysee office.
Inspired by a habit of American presidents to sign laws within the White House, the head of state inaugurated this scene in September by signing live in his office in the Elysee Palace, the law moralization of politics.
“Ces textes vont permettre d’améliorer la rétribution du travail et le pouvoir d’achat des Français”, assure Emmanuel Macron pic.twitter.com/GrZ52zNHgU
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He repeated this communication operation for signing work orders and finally the new security law of the 30th October which has taken over the state of emergency.
It was then surrounded by the concerned ministers successively with Nicole Belloubet (Justice), Muriel Penicaud (Labor) and Gérard Collomb (Interior) and the spokesman of the government, while Christophe Castaner.