Municipalities, departments and regions, which are encouraged to sign recovery contracts with the State, all deplore the complexity of the decision-making circuits.
It’s an old French song. In its speeches, the State sings of decentralization but, in practice, it struggles to let go of the territorial levels. Despite Bercy’s promises, the recovery plan does not seem to be an exception to this rule. Officially, the envelope of 100 billion euros intended to ensure the country’s rebound must be spent as close as possible to the ground and, above all, leverage with local communities, in order to encourage them to also put their hands in the portfolio. to invest.
Municipalities, departments and regions, which are encouraged to sign recovery contracts with the State, however today all deplore the complexity of the decision-making circuits. “About ten departments have launched their own recovery plan, generally endowed with between 10 and 20 million euros, co-financed between the department and the State and sometimes even the region., explains Dominique Bussereau (center right), president of the Departments of France. It is difficult
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