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Citizenship income, the squeeze arrives: it is lost even by refusing offers from private individuals

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Citizenship income, the squeeze arrives: it is lost even by refusing offers from private individuals

Close to citizenship income. Even the “no” to a suitable offer to a direct call from a private employer is part of the calculation of the refusals that can cost the loss of the benefit. This is what is foreseen by an amendment presented by the center-right to the aid dl approved by the House committees with the M5s voting against.

Job offers proposed directly by private employers

Appropriate offers can be proposed “directly by private employers” to beneficiaries who sign the Pact for work (which provides for the obligation to accept at least one of three). The private employer then communicates the refusal to the employment center for the purposes of forfeiture.

Failure to accept an appropriate offer, the Labor Minister defines the verification procedures

The modification is the result of identical reformulated amendments also presented by Maurizio Lupi (Noi conItalia), Riccardo Zucconi (FdI), Rebecca Frassini (Lega), Paolo Zangrillo (FI), Lucia Scanu and Manuela Gagliardi (Mixed). An almost identical amendment had been presented by Marialuisa Faro, who in the meantime passed from M5s to Ipf, who withdrew it. The Democratic Party voted in favor, aligning itself with the government’s opinion. The law also provides that the Minister of Labor must define by decree the methods of communication and verification of the non-acceptance of the appropriate offer.

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