The Fédération romande des consommateurs fears that policyholders will suffer from a law intended to protect them. Debate this Monday at the National Council.
There are cases of off-putting complexity, but the content of which can have very concrete consequences on daily life. This is undoubtedly the case of insurance, on the menu of the special session of the National Council which opens this Monday.
The parliament revises the law on insurance supervision. The French-speaking Federation of Consumers (FRC) is worried about the turn taken by the project at the end of the committee discussions. “This revision is made to protect policyholders, not to remove obstacles to insurance”, deplores Sophie Michaud Gigon (Verts / VD), secretary general of the FRC and member of the competent committee, the Committee on the Economy and Royalties (CER).