APL: personalized housing assistance to be reduced soon? “False information”, the government denies

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IHousing Assistance (APL) is among the many aids made available to the French, obviously under certain conditions. A welcome boost every month for approximately six million beneficiaries who recently suffered a (major) heatstroke.

According Paris Party Wednesday, March 20, 2024, the government would consider reduce the amount of APL, in a context of fear of the public deficit. Emmanuel Macron also held emergency meetings this week, with a deficit that could exceed the projected 4.9% of GDP.

“This is false information”

After several days of rumors, the government finally denial information. “No, the suppression of the APL is not on the agenda.” confirmed this Friday the (ex-Twitter) the Delegate Minister of Housing Guillaume Kasbarian.

The Government has never considered a project like this. This is false information that I strongly deny.

Guillaume KasbarianDelegate Minister of Housing

The day before, the Minister of Public Accounts, Thomas Cazenavehad also raised the issue during the morning of franceinfo. ” There is no There is no plan to reform, eliminate or plan. about public housing assistance,” he said, adding that he did not know “where this information came from.”

A “scandalous” project

It must be said that the rumor had become controversial for several days, both in the political sphere – and in the case of MEP (LFI) Manon Aubry, who denounced a “war against the poorest” – only from the associative level.

The CLCV thus indicated, on Thursday, March 21, 2024, that it was willing to do everything possible to “block” a possible reduction of this aid.

“If the government tries to eliminate them, we will strongly oppose and will do everything possible to block this scandalous project for housing and dangerous for tenants, who are already in great difficulties,” wrote the consumer association. in his account.

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