The president of the union for governmental employees demands a more equal tax system, noting that especially the middle class is being treated unfairly.
Wolff issued a statement on Monday addressing the growing concerns over the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis and the long-term financing of the costs. He emphasised that taxes on private citizens should not be raised under any circumstances.
CGFP is furthermore questioning the level of justice provided by the country's current tax system, referencing the "Fonds d'investissement spécialisés" as proof for the advantages of wealth. These funds are not taxed in traditional manner and merely require a 0.01% rate of a person's general assets. Wolff underlined that the government had remained inactive in that regard in recent years and that it would now be the time to rectify that oversight.