French president François Holland, coldly elected, proposes a program relating to employment with the debt with housing and immigration. He envisages there also certain reforms which will relate to various fields, in particular housing.
According to this program, the real tariffs will be followed by the State and more than 2 million intermediate and school social housing will be created. In addition, the communes which do not comply with the rules founded by the SRU will severely be sanctioned, and the grounds belonging to the State will be put at the availability of the communities.
It plans to create about 150.000 jobs for France like 500.000 contracts of generation. From this type of contract, the heads of undertaking are held to keep their employee to their entry in retirement. This one was adopted in order to promote its policy of fixed employment for the young people.
Taxation and debt
The high incomes will be the subject of changes at the tax level. Indeed, wages reaching 150.000 euros or more will be taxed to a little less 50%. As for the income to more than one million, this rate can reach more than 70%.
The consequent inheritances will be free of the tax reduction of the STF and the various financial affairs will be subjected to a tax. The operations of speculation will be separated from those of the bank and the credit.
From now on, the children could be allowed in the schools as of their 3 years. In addition, of the stations for the professors or the nurses will be created within 5 years.
Justice and safety
The CJR will be removed and of employment relating to justice, the gendarmerie and the police force will be created per year. The number of CEF will be increased and of the priority security zones will be installation.
The immigration of the people and the economy will be limited, and a certain right to vote will be given the abroads.
The end-of-life of the people will be assisted better and the homosexual marriage will become legal.
The departure of the armies of Afghanistan is planned for the end 2012 and the European treaties will be re-examined and