The national Assembly of France approved a moratorium on raising taxes on fuel
The French national Assembly approved the government’s proposals on the introduction of a six-month moratorium on raising taxes on fuel. In support of this voted 358 parliamentarians voted against 194, reports TASS.
Among other measures, supported by national Assembly, a temporary waiver of the tightening of rules of checkup of cars and increase in electricity tariff.
The French authorities have decided to refuse to raise taxes on fuel after large-scale protests, which began throughout the country in November. Initially the stock “yellow jackets” started from a rise in petrol prices, later joined protesters dissatisfied with the government’s policy in General.
The Paris city hall estimated the damage from the December riots in the €3-4 million, the French Government also allowed the introduction of a state of emergency in the country.