Family allowances: soon from the first child?

Family allowances: soon from the first child?

Will the future parents receive family allowances from the first child and this without conditions of means? A parliamentary report to this effect will be submitted to the government in early July.

Family allowances: soon from the first child?

Allowances, family quotient, paternity leave… The report which must be submitted to the government contains 40 proposals and shock tracks focusing on family policy. The allowances would be paid from the first child and this without conditions of means. The amount could be set at 85 euros for the first child, 160 euros for the second and 250 euros for the third.

Strategic stake

Another track, the ceiling of the family quotient, it would go from 1,500 to 1,800 euros. Finally, paternity leave, currently lasting 11 days for a single birth and 18 days for a multiple birth, could be increased to one month. These shock tracks for maintaining the birth rate will be handed over to the government on July 8. It is then up to the executive to decide on policy, while maintaining a large and young population is a strategic issue for the government.