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Municipal officials are prohibited from accumulating income

La Commune de Paris. Thursday May 4, 1871. In a Parisian economy made up mainly of very small businesses, it is very difficult for the Commune to set salaries as it is in its principles, but concrete measures are taken anyway. On April 2, it was proclaimed that in a truly democratic Republic there could not be too many differences in income and a maximum salary was set at 6000 francs per year. Today, in the same vein, it is forbidden for municipal officials to accumulate income from several different assignments.

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