Members discussed the balance of fiscal 2011 and fiscal outlook for 2013 to 2015 in a supercharged, majority and opposition écharpant on the balance of Nicolas Sarkozy. The document presented on this occasion by the rapporteur PS Budget, Christian Eckert, offers an interesting perspective on the non-replacement of retiring in two civil servants, political emblematic of the previous head of state.
It confirms that in 2011, and 2010, the departments did not participate equally to the effort of downsizing. More than Culture is the Interior in 2011 which won the dunce cap. Just 618 jobs have been eliminated. However, "one of two" should have led to the loss of nearly 3,500 positions at the Interior
The rule that 50% of the savings related to headcount reductions are redistributed to workers as bonuses has not been respected. In the Interior, these bonuses, some based on agreements signed in 2004, were three times higher than the savings associated with staff reductions! Side of education, employment goals and rewards were followed. But the cost of overtime slipped to 1.3 billion euros. This is triple the savings related to job cuts!
Nevertheless, throughout the state, the policy of "one two" has borne fruit, thanks to good students like defense or agriculture. In 2011, the payroll of the state declined slightly from 2010. The government wants Ayrault stabilize until 2015.