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Guest of the morning of France Inter, Gabriel Attal was obviously questioned about the increase in the property tax in the city of Paris. A 52% increase announced by Anne Hidalgo in order to avoid “degrading public abuse” and which is above all enormously controversial!

Thus, the Minister of Action and Public Accounts replied to Léa Salamé that the system of “capitalized rents” was part of the “Ponzi” system, a fraudulent financial arrangement – which bears the name of the financial scammer Charles Ponzi – which consists in remunerating the investments of the customers essentially by the funds procured by the new entrants.

Words that immediately made the host wink “It’s serious what you say! Ponzi was Madoff. It was the crook who…” declared the journalist before being interrupted by the member of the government who insisted on going back on his remarks : “Obviously no comparison with that”, answered Gabriel Attal.

Olivier Véran, not tender with the mayor of Paris either

Guest of the morning of CNews, the government spokesperson was not more tender with the mayor of the capital. “She doesn’t assume, it’s a classic and that’s a shame. She would do well to say: “Paris is very indebted, where the municipalities of France are indebted for three or four years, we are for more than twenty years. We have made choices”. It is now up to them to know whether these choices benefit Parisians or not. I think a number of them have an idea about it”, Oliver Véran said live about the property tax increase. A definite opinion.

See also: Stung by Léa Salamé, a famous humorist responds to the journalist!



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