Thursday, 20 January, 2022

Gérald Darmanin: “Any company that can pay its salaries and its suppliers must do so”


Gérald Darmanin was the guest on Sunday of the “Grand Rendez-vous” Europe 1 – CNews – “Les Echos”. For the Minister of Action and Public Accounts, tax and social assistance must go “to those who need it most”. He hinted that the 3.9% deficit forecast for 2020 would likely be exceeded. “Everything will depend on the length of the difficulties,” he said, believing that the priority for now is health.

Gérald Darmanin, was the guest on Sunday of the Grand Rendez-vous Europe 1 -

How to avoid economic collapse after the health crisis? Gérald Darmanin, guest of the “Grand Rendez-vous” Europe 1 – CNews – “Les Echos”, was expected on this issue this Sunday. The Minister of Action and Public Accounts, who responded exceptionally from his office in Bercy, said he was sympathetic to the concerns of the French.

As the economic downturn looms, however, he urged those who can to return to work. “Today, if we can set up teleworking and sanitary conditions allowing work, we must be able to return to work as much as possible”, he said, in reaction to the pass of arms between the construction industry and the government last week.

Gérald Darmanin was the guest on Sunday of the “Grand Rendez-vous” Europe 1 – CNews – “Les Echos”. For the Minister of Action and Public Accounts, tax and social assistance must go “to those who need it most”. He hinted that the 3.9% deficit forecast for 2020 would likely be exceeded. “Everything will depend on the length of the difficulties,” he said, believing that the priority for now is health.

Gérald Darmanin, was the guest on Sunday of the Grand Rendez-vous Europe 1 -

How to avoid economic collapse after the health crisis? Gérald Darmanin, guest of the “Grand Rendez-vous” Europe 1 – CNews – “Les Echos”, was expected on this issue this Sunday. The Minister of Action and Public Accounts, who responded exceptionally from his office in Bercy, said he was sympathetic to the concerns of the French.

As the economic downturn looms, however, he urged those who can to return to work. “Today, if we can set up teleworking and sanitary conditions allowing work, we must be able to return to work as much as possible”, he said, in reaction to the pass of arms between the construction industry and the government last week.