Faced with the real estate crisis, the departments call on the State to help them

“Precariousness is gaining ground in the middle cles. I fear an acceleration of territorial and social divisions,” warns François Sauvadet, president of the ADF. Romain Longieras / Hans Lucas via Reuters Connect

The embly of Departments of France (ADF) launches an appeal for “national solidarity” before the arrival of the finance bill in the Council of Ministers.

“We can no longer cope.” Before the arrival of finance bill in the Council of Ministers on September 27, the departments of France sounded the alarm and turned to the State. They demand a reaction of “national solidarity” to be able to cope with a deterioration in their finances that they consider “dangerous”according to the president of the ADF, François Sauvadet.

If an emergency fund of 60 million euros intended for the departments most in difficulty is already in the pipeline (in particular to support the most rural ones such as the Ardennes, Aisne, Meuse, etc.), the leader of the communities departmental authorities estimate that the envelope must be increased to the tune of 100 million euros, via a “exceptional support fund”. At the same time, he considers it urgent to index the overall operating allocation to inflation. Its calculation is simple: this DGF represents 8.269 billion while with indexation it would reach 9.133 billion. The topic was put on…

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