CUMULATION OF JOBS At the National Assembly, Caroline Magne would have received “20,000 euros per year for 5.5 hours per week representing a remuneration of 70 euros gross of the hour”, according to “Liberation” who peeled his career record touched-eight-times-the-smic-hourly-to-lassist-at-lassemblée-89aceee.jpg” alt=”The ex-wife of Eric Ciotti would have touched eight times the minimum wage to assist him to the Assembly” />
Eric Ciotti and Caroline Magne at the Cannes Film Festival, in 2016. — Valery Hache
- After the revelations of Le Canard enchaîné on the jobs accumulated by the ex-wife by Eric Ciotti, Liberation peeled Caroline Magne's career record.
- At the National Assembly, she would have received “20,000 euros per year for 5.5 hours per week represent a remuneration of 70 euros gross per hour”, “eight times the hourly minimum wage at the time”, notes the daily.
After the article in Chained Duck, who accused him last week of having hired his ex-wife “ under conditions… penelopesques” between 2007 and 2016, Eric Ciotti considered himself “basely attacked”. The deputy LR from the Alpes-Maritimes, candidate for; the presidency of the party, ensured that Caroline Magne had accumulated; activities to the city of Nice, in the department of Alpes-Maritimes and at his side, as parliamentary attaché, “in strict compliance with laws and regulations”.
But for what income? This’revealed precisely what Releasethis Monday after peeling the statement career of the person concerned. At the National Assembly, she would have touched “20,000 euros per year for 5.5 hours per week represents a salary of 70 euros gross per hour”, “eight times the hourly minimum wage ;epoch”, elevates the everyday.
Until”” 94,500 euros in gross annual income
And if her job as a parliamentary assistant was not “full-time and from afar”, as Eric Ciotti explained in a press release? on November 16, it’s precisely to allow him to stay, “at” 40 minutes” according to Release, under the maximum ceiling of 44 hours per week provided for by the Labor Code.
Because Caroline Magne accumulated several contracts which allowed her to reach up to 94,500 euros in gross income, in 2009. That year, to the 20,000 euros received as a collaborator of the deputy, were added 62,800 euros from the town hall of Nice and 11,700 euros from the community. urban Nice-Côte d’Azur. In these communities, she held the position of chief of staff to Christian Estrosi, for whom she was already working at; when he was president of the Alpes-Maritimes department, in 2007 and 2008.
A triple hat denounced by some. “I had a contract of five hours a week as a parliamentary assistant, because in addition to my job at Nice town hall, I actually worked for Eric [Ciotti] in the constituency. But I didn’t want people to say that the time I devoted to him was paid for; by the city”, replies Caroline Magne in the columns of Release.
No request for authorization to combine
Except that, according to the daily, “there was no request for authorization of accumulation granted by the city of Nice, as the law requires”. Nor by that of La Colle-sur-Loup, where she became director general of services (DGS) in September 2014, and while she still received 10,000 euros a year as her husband's parliamentary assistant. Position she will hold until August 2016.
Capture of é Screenshot of Caroline Magne's LinkedIn profile, November 16, 2022. – Screenshot of LinkedIn profile Caroline Magne
Sollicité by Liberation, the representative of Anticor in the Alpes-Maritimes said “is’questioned about the compatibility between the different jobs held, both in terms of the functions themselves and the number of hours worked” And Jean-Valéry Dessens warns that the anti-corruption association could proceed, “in the coming days, to a report to the prosecution”.
Today, after being devoted to other activities, Caroline Magne returned to politics. Since August 2021, she has been DGS at; the town hall of Mandelieu-La Napoule, led by LR Sébastien Leroy, one of Eric Ciotti’s biggest supporters in the department, recalls Libération. She receives 5,700 euros gross per month, or 68,500 euros per year.