The big confusion of Marine Le Pen on the smic

the legal minimum wage of 36 euros? In the Face of the minister of european Affairs Nathalie Loiseau, Thursday night in "the political Show" on France 2, Mari

The big confusion of Marine Le Pen on the smic

the legal minimum wage of 36 euros? In the Face of the minister of european Affairs Nathalie Loiseau, Thursday night in "the political Show" on France 2, Marine Le Pen, leader of the Rassemblement national (RN), has criticised the proposal of Emmanuel Macron to introduce a european minimum wage. "You said you want a smic european. Bulgaria, 4,40 euros. France, I believe that it is 36 euros, for me it seems. So how is it that we manage to do a smic european, if not with a less-saying?" she started, giving rise to the misunderstanding and sarcasm of his opponents.

"You're at 36 euros for what duration of the smic? It is a time, what is it? I have the impression that the plug was not there," ironisé Nathalie Loiseau. "No, but it doesn't change anything Madame Loiseau, 4,40 Bulgaria. So I don't understand what you want to do," said Marine Le Pen.

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other politicians have not been slow to tackle the member of the european parliament. To begin with, the government spokesman, Benjamin Griveaux on Twitter.

But also Philippe Poutou, a worker in the Ford plant in Blanquefort (Gironde), trade unionist and former presidential candidate of the New anti-capitalist party (NPA).

She was talking about the hourly cost of labor

Marine Le Pen is wrong does it when she evokes the figure of "36 €" for a salary at minimum wage? Yes. In France, the gross hourly minimum wage is set at 10,03 € (7,72 € net), in the amount of 70,21 € for a 7 hour day of work and 1521,22 euros gross monthly, according to the statistical office of the european Union Eurostat.

On the other hand, the president of the RN does not leave this amount out of nowhere. This figure of 36 € is the hourly cost of labour in France: that is to say that on average it costs an employee to his employer, divided by the number of hours actually worked. According to Eurostat data published in April 2018, this average hourly cost is estimated at 28.8 euros in the european Union (excluding agriculture and public administration and in enterprises with 10 and more employees) in 2017. It varies from 4.9 euros for Bulgaria 42,5 euros for Denmark.

In addition, with respect to the amount of the minimum wage in Bulgaria - the lowest in Europe among countries which have a national minimum wage - amounting to 286,33 euros gross per month for a 40-hour week, according to Eurostat. Is 1,65 euro, according to our calculations (relating to the minimum wage (smic) per month for 40 hours of work per month).

Date Of Update: 17 Mart 2019, 00:00

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