Wednesday, October 8, 2014

The movements of Holland, cheaper than Sarkozy – Europe 1

The movements of Holland, cheaper than Sarkozy – Europe 1

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On that score at least, the “normal” presidency may have succeeded. The average cost of travel Hollande in France in 2013 was three times lower than those of Nicolas Sarkozy in 2011, according to René Dosière PS deputy. This specialist public expenditure compared 2011, the last full year of the five year term of Nicolas Sarkozy and 2013, the first full year in office François Hollande. Over this period, “the budget of the Elysée declined 8.6% to 101.1 million euros,” he said Wednesday at a news conference. And as Europe 1 revealed recently, the Elysee intends to continue to trim

& gt;. & Gt; ALSO -. At the Elysee, it tightens its belt

“Modes of cheaper transport” Between 2011 and 2013, the position displacement decreased from 19% to 14 7 million, thanks to “a reduction in the size of delegations, the use of more economical modes of transport (train, car, plane smaller) and more modest benefits in terms of accommodation, catering, reception . “

” In France, Francois Hollande has made 56 trips at a cost of 2.3 million, or an average cost of 41,000 euros per trip. During 2011, 77 trips Nicolas Sarkozy had cost 9 7 million, 126,000 euros per trip, “the member of the Aisne in his study. Abroad, the difference is more modest 293,000 euros for a trip Hollande against Nicolas Sarkozy for 320,000.

The line “flowers” halved. Budget Item largest of the Elysee, payrolls fell 1.7%, reflecting a decrease workforce, increased from 882 to 836 people. Note that the item “flowers” has shrunk by half, from 200,000 to 100,000 euros. He reached between 400,000 and 500,000 euros time Jacques Chirac.

For 2015, the budget of the Elysium is expected slightly lower at 100 million euros (101.67 million planned in 2014). The budget actually performed, often under budget, should fall below the symbolic threshold of 100 million. In the future, the Socialist MP said he was “not sure you can still make very high spending reductions, except perhaps personal savings.”


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