“In a period of full employment, the rules must be reviewed again”, according to Patrick Mignola (MoDem)

Unemployment: “In a period of full employment, the rules must be reviewed again”, P. Mignola

While the unemployment insurance reform carried out by Élisabeth Borne last year, then Minister of Labour, had already been the subject of much debate, Patrick Mignola believes that the macroeconomic situation calls for further “easing”. “The president of the MoDem group in the National Assembly believes that Elisabeth Borne, who has since become Prime Minister, “is right to delay to discuss a little. And what the deputy from Savoie would like to “discuss” is once again the rules for compensating the unemployed, insofar as the French economy “enters a period of full employment”: “In a period of economic difficulties, the rules of compensation must be relaxed, on the other hand, when we have an economy which is doing better, we must be more demanding in terms of unemployment insurance. »

“People who are very far from employment, there is sometimes a need to compensate them for more than 18 months”

In return, Patrick Mignola does not hesitate to return to the famous “at the same time” macronist, by proposing to compensate more durably “people very far from employment”: “People very far from employment, there sometimes needs to compensate them for more than 18 months, because we owe them more support so that they have a 2th or a 3th luck in life. On the other hand, those who are close to employment there is no reason for them to remain unemployed for 2 or 3 months. I say this without caricature and without demagoguery, if you can stay 4 months unemployed, there is no reason why you should not stay 4 months. »

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