Paris – After a months-long civil debate, France's head of state Emmanuel Macron has announced a significant reduction in income tax. It's about relief “for those who work,” Macron said in Paris. The 41-year-old announced further that pensioners with compensation below 2000 euros from next year should receive an inflation compensation. He responded to criticism of pensioners in government policy. Macron also said that by 2022 no hospitals and schools should be closed.