Monday, October 6, 2014

VIDEO. Arnaud Montebourg denounced the “politics of austerity … – Le Parisien

VIDEO. Arnaud Montebourg denounced the "politics of austerity … – Le Parisien

<- Hard dé e: 0.020920991897583 sec -> Arnaud Montebourg, Benoît Hamon and Aurélie Filippetti have, coincidence or not, restored the vote on the same weekend. But among the three ousted redesign in late August, the first proved to be the most vocal against the policies of President Francois Hollande and Prime Minister Manuel Valls.
<- hard dé e: 0.00032901763916016 sec -> Since autumn university in the Gard, the former economy minister denounced the “politics of austerity and deficit obsession” government.

“The fundamental choice our government was first to restore the financial balance of public budgets. This became an obsession, obstinacy, a mantra (…) A kind of obsessive cult that ultimately makes all other concerns and other objectives, “dropped Arnaud Montebourg.

“I think that one goal to become the largest of five years, is becoming the fundamental error of this five-year period. And it is our responsibility to affirm today. We must be honest enough to say (…) that this economic policy is a policy of austerity, “even dared former economy minister, still critical of the government. According to Arnaud Montebourg, an “alternative exists.” Citing several economists but also the director of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, he advocated the “rule of thirds to know what we do in these economies: one third for the debt, one third for companies, third for households “. Arnaud Montebourg was then valued at 17 billion euros aid to households is necessary to repair “moving economic activity” that is a “disagreement” with Manuel Valls.

“It is not a little disagreement. For between 3 billion listed today for households in the Finance Act, and $ 17 billion, it is still 14 billion effort to make the government of Manuel Valls (…) Another 14 billion that we can revive the French economy, “he conlu.

Since the fall of the Socialist Group university, the left wing of the PS, “A World in advance”, Benoît Hamon had been less offensive to his former patrons of the Elysée and Matignon, earlier Sunday. As Aurélie Filippetti Saturday, former Minister of Education called for a transition to a Sixth Republic.

Montebourg made his political season


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