To support the implementation of the recovery plan of 100 billion euros over two years which will be presented on August 25, the State will be able to resort to fixed-term contracts but not to permanent job creation, AFP has learned. with Bercy on Friday. In the recovery plan “we do not take lasting measures but stimulus measures over two years“For 2021 and 2022, according to a source at the ministry.
We take “So for example fixed-term contracts over the period”, she added, specifying that it could be project contracts, that is to say fixed-term contracts of between one and six years, made possible by the law of transformation of the civil service adopted last year. “Our obsession is to ensure that the expenses incurred will be cyclical and especially not structural», Declared the Minister for Public Accounts Olivier Dussopt to the newspaper L’Opinion. In Bercy, it is stated that “the stimulus package is not included in the 2021 budget.».
The number of state civil servants is expected to remain stable next year, as in 2020 (47 positions out of more than 2.4 million). “In the 2021 budget, we made the choice of the stability of public employment in the State“, Explained the Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire in a daily interview South West Thursday, confirming the course set in July during the debate on the orientation of public finances. “With the Prime Minister, we are maintaining our objective of controlling public spending“, The minister said again.
Due to the coronavirus crisis, the government plans for this year a widening of the public deficit to 11.5% of gross domestic product (GDP) and a surge of the public debt to 121% of GDP.
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