Entertainment: "Inflation Allowance": Olivia Grégoire Vante "A pragmatic, fair and effective response"

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Invitée vendredi d'Europe 1, la secrétaire d'Etat à l'Economie sociale Olivia Grégoire a défendu le choix du gouvernement de mettre en place une © Europe 1 Invited Friday of Europe 1, the Secretary of State for Social Economy Olivia Grégoire defended the choice of the government of Establish an "Inflation Allowance" of 100 Euros for 38 million French. And ensures that this measure is "a pragmatic, fair and effective response" upwards fuel and energy prices.

In the aftermath of Jean Castex ads, the time is at the after-sales service on the side of the members of the government. Invited Friday of Europe 1, the Secretary of State for Social Economy Olivia Grégoire returned to "The compensation inflation" which will be put in place for 38 million French. And boasts a "pragmatic, simple, fair and effective response" upwards prices for fuels and energy.

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for Olivia Grégoire, these ads are "pragmatism", while the issue of rising prices has come back to the heart of the debates for a few weeks. "Inflation is global throughout the markets, and it's been 10 days that each member of the government is questioned on the subject."

Analysis - "Inflation Allowance": Why the government has chosen this

option but this measure can be totally just when it does not concern all the French? Yes, answers Olivia Grégoire, recalling that there are "threshold effects everywhere" in economics. "You have to be concrete. When you choose to distribute aid very largely, one must put a level well," adds the government member. "I think it's just to focus on the median salary."

"Accompanying the rise in the cost of living"

for this "inflation allowance", "we targeted people who work, those looking for a job, and Jean Castex wanted to integrate pensioners, stock market students, apprentices and those who are fiscally autonomous (...) It is much more than half of the French ", insists the guest of Europe 1.

Rather than a fuel check, the executive finally favored this wider help , whether or not we have a car. This help "is intended to accompany the rise in the cost of living," develops Olivia Grégoire, assuming the idea that this indemnity can be used by his beneficiaries as they wish. "It's 100 euros for the French to put them where they wish. We are not going to track them," she says again.

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