The debate on the decisions to be made interfered this Friday in the budget conclave, which will last all weekend. What modus operandi will be chosen? Favor low-income households, do not distinguish between citizens: here too, everyone has his own idea.
We toured the Francophone parties to find out their position, and how they planned to help consumers pay their bills …
➜ Our full article here.
> At the PS: a check for 100 euros for all households
Pierre-Yves Dermagne announced it Thursday evening on the set of “Jeudi en Prime”. As Deputy Prime and Federal Minister of the Economy, he pleads for an energy check of 100 euros distributed to each household, one of the measures taken by his party to help all Belgians to cope with the rise in prices. . A check without social conditions or income, “because it’s difficult to make distinctions,” he said. Read more.
> At the MR: the reverse ratchet
For the MR, it would be better to opt for a reverse ratchet system, to amortize the energy bill, in the same way as what has been practiced in the past on fuel prices. “We then work on the level of environmental taxation to reduce it and that the price remains relatively stable for the citizen”, indicates the president of the MR, Georges-Louis Bouchez. Read more.
➜ Find out what the cdH, Écolo and the PTB want.