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Elisabeth Borne during the vote on the budget in new reading, at the National Assembly, December 18, 2023.

The National Assembly rejected a movement of censure tabled by La France insoumise (LFI) on Monday night, December 18, thus adopting the 2024 state finances venture in a brand new studying. The movement acquired solely 110 votes out of the 289 wanted to carry down the federal government.

With this movement of censure, LFI responded to the 22e Elisabeth Borne’s recourse to the constitutional weapon of 49.3 to go a textual content and not using a vote. The Prime Minister ought to as soon as once more interact the accountability of her authorities on Tuesday night with a view to the ultimate adoption of this finances earlier than the weekend.

Criticizing these repeated appeals, LFI speaker François Piquemal additionally castigated the “immigration” invoice, within the midst of negotiations within the Assembly between deputies and senators on this textual content. He accused the presidential camp “to espouse the ideas of the extreme right”.

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In a now well-established position play, Elisabeth Borne criticized the « Nupes [la Nouvelle Union populaire, écologique et sociale, l’alliance de gauche] to switch concepts with invectives” and to “the extreme left to regularly mix its voices with those of the extreme right”. Under the protests, the Prime Minister assured to defend a “budget which considerably increases the resources of our school” and in favor of “the ecological transition”.

“Material error” on furnished vacationer lodging

Like the left, the Republican deputies criticized an modification by the bulk reintroducing into the finances advantageous tax measures to draw particularly FIFA, the physique of world soccer, a proposal supported by the federal government, and which the Senate had wished to delete .

On a very totally different topic, the federal government mistakenly retained a Senate measure to extra drastically cut back the tax loophole loved by furnished vacationer leases like Airbnb. It’s a “hardware error”acknowledged a authorities supply, who assures that the measure won’t apply in 2024, regardless of the voices on the left and within the majority who demand it.

This new studying additionally takes up a “streaming tax” launched within the Senate in order that on-line music platforms contribute to the financing of the National Music Center.

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The World with AFP