Over 70 years of the break have taken the institution from its founding principles. The hostility of rights and employers began in 1946. They called forth the gravity that weighs on the economy, what they call "fees." Social contributions are not "expenses". They are integral parts of the remuneration and are a socialized salary.
Michel Cialdella, CGT consultant, writes: "The company is the result of the work of generations of non-wealthy employees, and it is legitimate for some of these assets to go to their social protection. Shareholders, interest rates) While de Gaulle introduced state control of households and strengthening the power of directors in 1960, the CNPF launched a violent campaign against social security: "Workers must cover themselves. Insurance is made for it. The regulations of 1967 break the uniqueness of the system. Elections are abolished while parity is required.
The plans Barre, Veil accelerate the payoffs, while Yvon Chotard calls the system an "irresponsible machine" that gets men to acquire a complex of assistants. The economy will collapse under the fees! The statement is wrong with regard to the numbers of the CNPF itself. Accordingly, the share of social security benefits in national income was 20.30 for Germany and only 19.50 for France. Establishment of the hospital package, Dufoix, Seguin plan extend the decline in reimbursements.
In 1990, Michel Rocard introduced the General Social Contribution. With the acceleration of Macronie's taxation, companies are being separated by the puncture of employees and retirees. The reforms of Veil-Balladur increase the contribution period for the right to a full pension to forty years, while A. Juppé contributes to the repayment of social debts. According to the syndicat of the médecins libéraux, the "liberal turning point announcing the end of the social monopoly in collaboration with AXA" is advancing. This project will be completed by 2013: introduction of franchisees, pension reform, exemption from employers' contributions in 2018 estimated at 25 billion euros! These destructures serve a clear purpose: to privatize the instrument. The social insurance money of 537 billion euros whets the appetite. Claude Bébéar, president of AXA, said: "Health is a market, competition must be free."
At the center of the obsession with reducing labor costs, capitalist management is pushing for the exclusion of many employees and increasing the weight of social security. No analytical tool is planned to measure the positive effects of "Secu".
Accounting only records costs and neglects the impact of benefits on the nation's health. In a nutshell, as a motor of development, social security promotes research and advances in medicine. It is a vector of prolongation of duration and quality of life. Do not forget the role of the institution in financial "crises". Founded on solidarity, it has acted as a "social stunner". Even his murderers praise his efficiency. Christine Lagarde: "Social security has been criticized for its severity, but in times of crisis it helps us, unlike other nations, to resist the economic downturn." Nice recognition, if we believe that Denis Kessler is a "crazy system run by the CNR communist and CGT was inherited – revealed ". The search for profitability leads to a reduction in expenditure considered as "expenditure". This logic needs to be changed taking into account the vital needs of the population. First of all, it is necessary to consolidate a system based on wealth creation in the enterprise.
This type of funding is part of a corporate social responsibility logic. Several measures could be taken, including a reform of the assessment basis. Its calculation basis did not develop as fast as the modes of production or the stock markets.
Nearly 318.2 billion revenue from the financial sector is not covered by social protection funds. Subject to the fees, they would pay 84 billion euros. What about tax havens in which almost 100 billion have escaped! Tax evasion also rhymes with "job escape". This bleeding is about lost contributions.
A social protection policy requires an ambitious employment policy (1% of the wage bill equals 2 billion euros for social security). She can not do without a prevention program. According to a survey, nearly 2 million people work in carcinogenic environments. The cost of occupational diseases would be 68 billion euros!
The future requires at the same time further management of the pharmaceutical sector, a public control in the course of nationalization. Finally, there is a democratic administration of social protection. It is more than urgent to return to board members whose powers are under the control of staff and users.