From next January 1, the 10 million poorest French people will be able to receive aid of 100 euros to pay for fuel, Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne announced this morning on RTL.
The device will replace the rebate of 10 cents at the pump in force until the end of the year.
To receive this fuel voucher, all you have to do is connect to the tax website, fill in your tax number, license plate and declare on your honor that you need your car to get to work.
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Such a more targeted device had already been considered by the government, which wanted to interrupt the rain of aid
“whatever the cost”
But the ministers had finally backed down, contenting themselves with extending the rebate at the pump, increased moreover to 30 cents per liter against 18 until then.
After a first drop to 10 cents in mid-November, this general rebate will end on January 1, replaced on this date by the
“large wheelers” system
In the 2023 budget, an envelope of 1.5 billion euros has been allocated to the new system.
An amount well below the bill for rebates at the pump, which reached 7.6 billion euros for the 2022 financial year. The International Monetary Fund urged France a few weeks ago to put an end to the "
whatever it costs
A warning that seems to have been heard by the government.