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MDespite a movement of censure from LFI, the 2024 draft state finances was adopted in a brand new studying on Monday, December 18 within the night. The movement acquired solely 110 votes out of the 289 wanted to convey down the federal government. She responded to Élisabeth Borne’s twenty second attraction to the constitutional weapon of 49.3 to cross a textual content with no vote. A brand new 49.3 from the Prime Minister is anticipated on Tuesday night with a view to the ultimate adoption of this finances earlier than the weekend.

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In the meantime, LFI speaker François Piquemal bombarded the “twenty-two (49.3) passed in less than two years”. “Twenty-two (…) If you ever get bored after the reshuffle, you can always organize a football match with your 49.3”, eleven in opposition to eleven, he advised the Prime Minister. L’Insoumis 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 of “embracing the ideas of the extreme right”. “Elizabeth limited herself,” he stated.

Élisabeth Borne criticized “Nupes for replacing ideas with invectives” and “the extreme left for regularly mixing 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”.

A “material error” on leases of furnished vacationer lodging

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

On a totally totally different topic, the federal government mistakenly left behind a Senate measure to extra drastically cut back the tax loophole loved by leases of furnished vacationer lodging reminiscent of AirBnb. It is a “material error”, acknowledged a authorities supply, which ensures that the measure is not going to 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.