Transform the active solidarity income into activity income. This Emmanuel Macron project caused a stir when he unveiled it during the presidential election campaign. The President of the Republic wishes to condition the payment of this aid to a minimum of activity on the part of beneficiaries.

In March 2022, this proposal had provoked strong reactions from the opposition, in particular from the side of Jean-Luc Mélenchon who described it as “volunteering”, recalls L’Internaute.

Since then, the Head of State has indeed been re-elected and intends to implement this reform. There is still one last test to pass, the second round of the legislative elections. If he manages to obtain the majority, he should apply this measure during the summer.

achieve full employment. During the last election campaigns, this was one of the objectives hammered home by Emmanuel Macron’s teams. It is in this context that Emmanuel Macron wishes to implement his reform of the RSA.

“We must provide the means for emancipation. The idea is to revive integration to achieve full employment”, explained Christophe Castaner at the microphone of RTL on March 21, 2022.

So far, the counterpart desired by Renaissance (ex-LREM) has not yet been clearly explained. It could in particular take the form of working time. However, the goal would be to draw inspiration from the model of the youth engagement contract. This means that the 15 to 20 hours desired by the government could be made up of different training to help work on your CV or develop your skills, for example.

The president’s entourage had also specified that this reform could include adaptation on a case-by-case basis depending on the situation of the beneficiaries. A single mother would not necessarily have the same duties as a 25-year-old looking for a job or a person of retirement age.

In addition to this much-discussed point, the reform also includes other novelties.

To achieve full employment, Emmanuel Macron has already put many reforms in place, in particular to simplify access to his rights. “Our solidarity system is complex, to such an extent that many people give up on asserting their rights. Nor does it offer all the conditions for a rapid return to employment.”, can we read on the website of the Ministry of Solidarity and Health.

To achieve this objective, the Head of State also wants the RSA to be distributed via a payment at source. Indeed, he wants beneficiaries to be able to receive this benefit more easily.

According to L’Internaute, this major reform should be integrated into the “purchasing power” bill promised by Elisabeth Borne. This text was initially to be presented to the Council of Ministers on June 29. However, Les Echos report that it will ultimately be necessary to wait a little longer, until July 6, to find out the full content of this bill and the RSA reform.

However, to be able to put it in place, the government must still obtain a majority of deputies in the National Assembly. If the polls are favorable to him, the suspense will end on June 19, 2022, during the second round of the legislative elections.