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Will the commissions on single-parent families be forgotten with the dissolution of the National Assembly?

Will the commissions on single-parent families be forgotten with the dissolution of the National Assembly?
Will the commissions on single-parent families be forgotten with the dissolution of the National Assembly?

With the dissolution of the National Assembly on Sunday evening following the far-right’s success in the European elections, parliamentary work aimed at improving the lot of single mothers, including a future bill, has come to a halt.

It has been a long battle to get their issues addressed politically. After the dissolution of the National Assembly on Sunday 9 June, all his commissions fell into oblivion. Like work on child protection, work on single-parent families has also stopped.

A pending invoice

Since last March, a trans-party working group that brings together parliamentarians from almost all groups – except the RN – has been examining a bill to fight against the precariousness of single-parent families, who represent around a quarter of French families, and whose rate of poverty increased by 32.3% according to INSEE, remember Publication.

A bill proposed by the socialist deputy Philip Brunthe rebel Sarah Legrain and the centrist MP from the Liot group Stéphane Lenormand. This arose after the creation of the “Assembly of Single Parent Families” on March 8, on the occasion of International Women’s Rights Day, and the desire to create the status of “single parent”.


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After the first “Assembly of Single Parent Families”, the Prime Minister launched a government mission Gabriele Attaltaken up by the deputy Rinascimento Fanta Drink and the senator Saverio Iacovellischeduled for July, it should make it possible to identify ways of improving aid systems, in particular the calculation of social assistance on residual life, in particular the family quotient, or the evaluation of maintenance.

But with the dissolution of the Assembly, the account is pending. In order to resume its legislative path, the socialist deputy Philippe Brun must be re-elected. But the associations don't give up. Always with our colleagues at Publication, Monia Douadipresident of the Association of Single Parent Families, states:

“We are drafting a small document with our proposals, we will take this opportunity to send it to all the political groups that have started working on the topic. »

Monia Douadi.


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