After the pension reform or the old age law, postponed indefinitely due to the health crisis, it is another promise of Emmanuel Macron that will not be kept: the universal activity income (RUA), announced by the President of the Republic in September 2018, which was to be one of the pillars of his strategy to fight poverty, will not see the light of day before the end of the five-year term.
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The RUA was to merge as many benefits as possible - from RSA to APL - and the state was to be fully responsible.
Its goal was to promote a return to activity as quickly as possible thanks to support for beneficiaries.
“A report is expected before the end of the year.
But technically there isn't enough time to pass a bill.
We had warned that it was a long-term project that could not see the light of day before 2022, ”
indicates the Ministry of Health and Solidarity.
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