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Taxes, expenses: presidential candidates respond to Macron's budget


EXCLUSIVE - "Me president": Le Figaro asked Michel Barnier, Xavier Bertrand, Valérie Pécresse, Yannick Jadot, Arnaud Montebourg ... what their priorities would be for the 2022 finance bill.

To launch the economic debate of the presidential election,

Le Figaro

asked the main candidates declared in the election to unveil the two flagship measures that they would have included in the 2022 budget, if they were already in charge.

While Emmanuel Macron publishes this Wednesday the last budget of his five-year term, an overview of these alternatives.

Michel Barnier: priority for family policy and nuclear energy

Michel Barnier highlights two right-wing totems PASCAL GUYOT / AFP

The LR, former European Commissioner, would re-engage

an ambitious family policy,

by gradually restoring the ceiling of the family quotient to the level that was his before the last two five years.

The candidate wants "to

put an end to this disastrous development which leads to making family policy a simple social policy


We need to help families and respond to the demographic challenge that is already underway.

Our social cohesion and the dynamism of our Nation depend on it, in all areas

, ”he said.

Restoring the 2012 family quotient would cost a little over a billion euros.

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Source: lefigaro

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