Less than civil servants. Nicolas Sarkozy wants to reduce debt to 60 of GDP (against 64.6 end 2006) and the deficit less than 1.5 of GDP (against 2.6) in 2012, but it envisages a stability at the beginning of five years to fund its promises. He promises not to replace an officer on two starting to retire and reduce four points of GDP the rate of taxation in ten years (44.4 of GDP in 2006), whose point (15 billion euros) in 2007. Its programme is estimated at 32 billion euros funded redeployment.
Single contract. "Work more to earn more": overtime would be paid 25 more than an hour normal and exempt of social charges and taxes. Nicolas Sarkozy defended the creation of a single, more flexible contract and indeterminate, and the prohibition of golden parachutes. It promises a professional social security guaranteeing economic licensees 90 of their income earlier "both as necessary", but it will be possible to refuse more than two jobs without justification.
Pared-down loads. To simplify and encourage the hiring, Nicolas Sarkozy wants to suspend social thresholds for two years. He promises loads (with experimentation of social VAT) relief and wishes to modulate according to the attitude of the employers in terms of hiring and salaries. The corporate tax rate would be reduced to 5 points and to 100 research tax credit to encourage innovation.
Shield to 50. Side income, overtime will be exempt of taxes and charges, student work is not taxable. Side heritage, to convert up to 50,000 euros of EWB in investment in SMEs, tax shield limiting taxes (including CSG and CRDS) to 50 of revenues, quasi-suppression of the rights of gift and estate, the taxable income mortgage interest deduction.
Four summits. Sarkozy plans to seize the social partners before any law in social matters and promises a Charter of giving social dialogue with employers and trade unions six months to negotiate. Four "summits" between employers and unions would be organized to re-entry, on purchasing power, the contract of employment, equal pay gender and reform of social democracy.
A new Ministry. Author of two laws on immigration (2003 and 2006), Nicolas Sarkozy wants to create a "Ministry of Immigration and national identity", a proposal that has drawn sharp polemics. He wants to still tightening the conditions for family reunification by imposing on persons wishing to join their spouse to speak French before arriving in the territory. The regularisation of undocumented migrants will be the "case by case basis".
Special diets. The UMP candidate wants to align special regimes (EDF, SNCF, RATP...) on the General system, "taking into account the hardship to some trades". It proposes to enhance small pensions and the rate of pension reversion, to increase 25 minimum old-age and relax employment-retirement accumulation. He also promises to give rights to retirement at the women who raised their children without working.
Four franchises. The candidate has pledged to replace existing packages (calculated to the Act) by four annual deductibles on health spending: the insured would not be reimbursed on the first euros"spent on medicines, consultations, biological and hospital charges. He wants to improve the functioning of the public hospital and align the remuneration of the practitioners of specialists.
Autonomy. He wished to provide voluntary universities to a "status" of autonomy (freedom of recruitment, total budget) and promises an effort of 15 billion over five years for higher education and research. It plans to gradually remove the school map and school support. Finally, he promised a "training Marshall plan" to suburban youth and exempt from taxes the student work.
Enhance the role of Parliament. The National Assembly will be "much more" control of his order of the day and additional means of control. It will be associated with certain appointments. Recently the UMP candidate opened the door for the introduction of a dose of proportional either the Senate or to the National Assembly. The number of presidential terms will be limited to two and the number of Ministers to fifteen.
Simplified treaty. He wants a Europe more effective where the France would have found its place. It offers a simplified treaty ratified by the French Parliament. He gave to amend the statutes of the ECB, to strengthen the powers of the Eurogroup to put pressure on the Central Bank. It wants to rehabilitate "Community preference" and is resolutely opposed to the accession of the Turkey.
Sentences floors. Nicolas Sarkozy will not wait. This summer, was il was elected, a Bill will be presented to introduce penalties for habitual offenders floors. According to him, the multi-recidivism means as soon as the "second offence". Also juvenile offenders aged 16 to 18 years will be seen as adults. In another domain, judges will have to answer for their mistakes "in the same conditions as other professions.