Citizenship income, first the squeeze then the stop

2023 transitional period, repealed from 1 January 2024

The transitional period towards the abolition of the basic income begins. From 1 January 2023 to people between 18 and 59 years of age (able to work but who do not have disabled persons, minors or dependents aged 60 or over) – explains the Mef – it is the income is recognized within the maximum limit of 8 months instead of the current 18 renewable. A period of at least six months of participation in a professional training or retraining course is also envisaged. Failing that, the income benefit is forfeited. It also expires in the event that the first reasonable offer is refused. The income will be repealed on January 1, 2024 and will be replaced by a new reform. A saving of 734 million is expected for 2023. The cost savings will finance a special fund that will finance the overall reform to support poverty and inclusion.



THE NOTE OF PALAZZO CHIGI – From 1 January 2023, people aged between 18 and 59 (able to work but who do not have disabilities, minors or dependents aged 60 or over) are granted income up to a maximum of 7/8 months instead of the current 18 renewables, reads the note released by Palazzo Chigi at the end of the government meeting. A period of at least six months of participation in a professional training or retraining course is also envisaged. Failing that, the income benefit is forfeited. It also expires in the event that the first reasonable offer is refused.



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