What are the proposals with which the main political forces are addressing the young people in the new elections? If it is true that the programs have not yet been set in black and white, it is already possible to put together the proposals that will gradually be confirmed by the statements of the various political leaders and by the stories of battles of the various to be intercepted. forces that present themselves in the election round.of September 25.
Brothers of Italy: 400 euros for each born
The measures included in the Brothers of Italy program free nurseryParental leave 80% covered, Child income of 400 euros per month up to 6 years. The more you hire and the less you pay is another measure developed by Giorgia Meloni to encourage employment: a Reduction of the tax wedge on the salary To help companies and defend the purchasing power of workers. In a document distributed in April during a programmatic conference of the FdI on youth employment, two ways were indicated. The first is the complete exemption from IRPEF for the first 12 months of the contract, and a gradual payment to the employer for the next two years. Then an “Artificial Intelligence System” for placement and active training; this system should “follow young people who finish high school and university every year and connect them with sector companies, employment agencies and job centers. The young person is bound to accept the offer, under penalty of losing all benefits with the application of a sanction system” .
Democratic Party: young home and minimum wage
There are three main proposals of the Democratic Party: Minimum wage, home for young people and ius scholae. The minimum wage is a proposal that the Labor Minister Andrea Orlando is already working on, which would increase the salary by approx. 3.3 million workers, who earn less than 9 euros gross every hour. The dot for young people is an idea of the secretary Enrico Letta: a home of 10 thousand euros for half of the Italian 18-year-olds. The endowment is financed with a levy on assets of over 10 million euros. Finally, the Ius Scholae, i.e. the recognition of Italian citizenship for young people with a migration background born in Italy or arrived before at least 12 years old, who reside legally and who have regularly attended at least 5 years of study in our country, in one or more school cycles. Furthermore, if the 5 years considered include primary school attendance, then the successful completion of the cycle of studies is also required as a fundamental element for the recognition of citizenship.
Action e + Europe: Total tax reduction up to 25 years
The “Republican Pact” was presented, a list of intentions that unites Carlo Calenda’s Action Party and the Party + Europe founded by the former radical Emma Bonino. The rules that affect young people are about taxes and work: “Cut 2 points of GDP to IRAP and Irpef to medium-low income, starting with young people. The emigration of young people is, among other things, a concrete risk to the sustainability of prosperity. Therefore, we propose a total tax reduction for young people up to 25 years of age and 50% for those between the ages of 26 and 30. For families, it is also essential to continue the path, for the allowance d “Allocation d’équipement to strengthen children. also to combat the causes of an unprecedented demographic crisis and to allow women a full and free professional life”.
Fight against pirate contracts. “We must immediately put a relentless fight against poverty and work by passing a law on representation to cancel pirate contracts, establish a legal minimum wage,
according to the European directive, which is about to be approved, to protect those who are not covered by collective bargaining and by closing the cooperatives created only for underpaid workers. The election program does not set a minimum wage, but states that it “will be defined by an independent commission”. It also states that “free internships that are not included in a university or secondary education plan are prohibited”.
The proposal of the centrists, in order to combat early leaving, is to extend compulsory schooling to 18 years. In research, on the other hand, the goal is to “achieve 1.1% of GDP for research within 5 years”. Increase the investments of the universities in the south to prevent the migration of young people.