PoliticsUnemployment insurance: Nupes files appeal to the Constitutional Council

Unemployment insurance: Nupes files appeal to the Constitutional Council

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Divided during the vote on the last vote of no confidence, the left-wing parties are trying to resume the general procession. MPs from the groups that make up the Nupes announced they filed an appeal with the Constitutional Council on Friday to challenge the unemployment insurance reform passed in parliament, which they say “undermines the principle of brotherhood” and creates a “violation of equality.” “.

The bill, which paves the way for modulating unemployment insurance in line with the economic situation, was finally passed on Thursday after a vote in the Senate. The agreement reached with the law allowed the government to abandon weapons of caliber 49.3.

A major attack on the principle of brotherhood

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But the parliamentary groups La France insoumise, the Socialist Party, the Ecologists and the Democratic and Republican Left (communists and deputies from abroad) believe in a press release that “this bill infringes on the rights and freedoms that the Constitution guarantees, in particular the principle of brotherhood” . According to the New People’s Ecological and Social Union (NUPES), “The government’s ability to decree unemployment insurance rules without restrictions and bypassing social partners calls into question the right of workers to participate in the collective determination of their working conditions.

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What the government can adjust on a case-by-case basis “deprives the insured of the rights for which they nevertheless contributed” and “deals a serious blow to the principle of brotherhood by making better social protections for some under the unemployment insurance scheme forced labor. the loss of others,” say the left-wing deputies.

But the parliamentary groups La France insoumise, the Socialist Party, the Ecologists and the Democratic and Republican Left (communists and deputies from abroad) believe in a press release that “this bill infringes on the rights and freedoms that the Constitution guarantees, in particular the principle of brotherhood” . Consultations are currently underway with the social partners with a view to applying the modulation in early 2023, and the government will announce “arbitration awards” on Monday.

Source: Le Parisien

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