Sandrine Rousseau clarifies her remarks on RMC

Sandrine Rousseau clarifies her remarks on RMC
Sandrine Rousseau clarifies her remarks on RMC

Accused of wanting to seize the savings of the French to fight against public debt, Sandrine Rousseau wanted to clarify her remarks this Friday on the set of Grandes Gueules.

His proposal had initially gone unnoticed before Marine Le Pen brought it back into the spotlight. Last April, environmentalist Sandrine Rousseau, who has just been re-elected as a member of parliament under the banner of the New Popular Front, had mentioned using French people’s savings to “regain control” of the debt.

“France is a country where there are savings that would allow us to regain control of our debt,” the elected official assured during an interview with Boursorama. “Even if it means forcing savers?” she was asked before answering “absolutely.”

A sequence brought out by Marine Le Pen, the leader of the RN, on July 3: “The French who work and have saved all their lives to build up a small savings will be mercilessly taxed if the far-left coalition and Jean-Luc Mélenchon come to power next Sunday,” assured the elected representative from Nord sur X, leading to digital vindictiveness against her colleague from Paris.

Holding French debt via life insurance?

Guest of the Big Mouths This Friday, Sandrine Rousseau, who holds a doctorate in economics, wanted to clarify her remarks: “One of the challenges for regaining sovereignty is to ensure that part of the debt can be owned by French households,” she explained on RMC and RMC Story, citing the example of Japan where this is already the case.

To achieve this, it would like to focus on life insurance products, the preferred financial investment of the French:

“I would like to see banks encouraged to invest in these life insurance products primarily in French debt over other debts,” adds Sandrine Rousseau.

Furthermore, the Green elected official is not in favor of dipping into the French people’s Livret A savings account, she clarifies. “On the contrary, I think that we need to increase the remuneration of the Livret A,” concludes Sandrine Rousseau.

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