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Loss of the 10% pension increase after the death of a child: Olivier Dussopt wants to "change that"


The Minister of Labor announced the government's intention to put an end to this "injustice" raised by the left-wing MP Karine Lebon.

Invited to the morning of Public Sénat the day after the day of mobilization which brought together nearly 775,000 French people in the street according to the Minister of the Interior, Olivier Dussopt returned to the climate of agitation in which the last parliamentary debates.

I'm not a man of sleeve effect, I believe in explanation, precision, argument.

Each time the obstruction gives way to debate, I could convince and be convinced

,” declared the minister, who insisted on proving that the executive was not closed to “

constructive proposals

” from the various parliamentary groups.

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I will take an example.

Karine Lebon [deputy for the 2nd constituency of Reunion, NUPES group] spoke to me in committee, and I learned that a woman loses her 10% increase for three children when she loses a child early.

Depending on the regime, it is not the same age of the lost child that results in the loss or maintenance of this advantage.

She convinced me


Olivier Dussopt ensures that the majority will take care to put an end to this “


” noted by the left-wing opposition: “

We will obviously change it

”, declared the Minister.

This new measure would thus enrich the “

family rights ” section.

of the government project, while it is considered penalizing for women - especially mothers - by many opponents.

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While defending parliamentarians' right to amend, the minister took the opportunity to castigate once again the "

obstruction of certain left-wing deputies

", whom he accuses of tabling "

dozens of identical amendments unrelated to the text


One thing is certain: the examination of the amending social security financing bill for 2023 still promises heated discussions in Parliament.

Source: lefigaro

All life articles on 2023-02-08

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