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Scholz plan: cut citizens’ benefits for those who refuse to work – and the reality

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Scholz plan: cut citizens’ benefits for those who refuse to work – and the reality

The government and especially Chancellor Scholz wanted to reduce the citizens’ benefit of so-called work refusers in the future. The dissatisfaction with the citizen’s money situation supposedly drove votes to the more extreme parties, such was the mood in the country at the time. In fact, in 2023, only 16,000 citizens’ benefit recipients will apparently have their benefits reduced due to refusal of benefits become.

In Germany, a good 5.5 million people will receive citizen’s benefit. According to the authorities’ classification, 3.9 million people are apparently considered “fit for work”.

Share: 0.4%

Citizens’ benefits have been reduced for a good 0.4% of people who are or are able to work. Now job center people who are unemployed but able to work and receive citizen’s benefit should be able to have their benefits completely canceled for a maximum of 2 months. According to the government’s resolutions, the prerequisite for this is that these people “sustainably refuse” to take up work.

The general manager of the Joint Welfare Association, Ulrich Schneider, did not find any words of praise for the government. She practiced “show politics” and wanted to play workers off against workers. The numbers would show that (even with the new legal situation) there would be almost no visible “total objectors”. Or to put it another way: It is likely that very few people will have their benefits canceled in 2024. It is astonishing enough that workers are needed in numerous sectors.

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