The Minister of Economic Inclusion, Small Business, Employment and Skills, Younes Sekkouri, said on Monday that the government is working to definitively resolve the issues related to the informal economy.
The minister said in responding to an oral question at the House of Representatives), that attention will be focused on the status of auto-entrepreneurs, among other things, to allow broader areas of activity.
He added that the executive will also work to simplify procedures and increase financial benefits, as well as to provide support to those who are not able to declare their transactions.
Younes Sekkouri further noted that the informal income does not not allow workers to make the necessary declarations, keep accounts, and undertake the rest of the steps necessary to exercise an economic activity organized by law.
In addition, the Minister emphasized that certain workers are deliberately exercising informal activities that generate significant income, hence the need to strengthen control, revealing that ministry will announce an ambitious program in the field of control of employment.