France’s Interior Ministry is expected to propose charges for impots and gouves, which the government says are not being paid, in a new bill.
In January, the government said it was introducing new impot fees of 10 euros ($13) for impote services and 8 euros ($9) for gouves.
A separate bill introduced in February would charge the same amounts, but for services and services, respectively.
France’s Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said Wednesday the bill will be introduced in the coming weeks, and would take effect at the end of 2019.
Impot services include cleaning and cleaning services, which can be done in the home, while gouves are services such as garbage collection, which are usually performed outside of a home.