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referred to in an anti-corruption survey on its consulting services with Carlos Ghosn, Rachida Dati argued that the facts were prescribed and could not be prosecuted. . © Alain Guizard / Bestimage The old custody Rachida Dati, targeted by an anti-corruption survey on its consulting services with the former Magnat of the Carlos Ghosn automobile, argued with judges of The fact that the facts were prescribed and could not be prosecuted, learned AFP Tuesday from concordant sources.
The Mayor LR of the 7th arrondissement of Paris has defended its strategy Thursday to expand vaccination to school teachers, while Anne Hidalgo has requested the closure of the center planned for this purpose.
"We are not in illegality, because vaccination is based on a circular and not on a decree, a decree or law, so we do not violate any rule and no law in vaccinating In a broader way, "saidat a preparatory press conference at the next Council of Paris. "There are doses being unaffected, either that may be lost or thrown" and the 7th town hall has decided to affect them to these "essential publics of teachers or staff of nurseries and schools", s The former seal guard is defended.
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A vaccination center in the 7th arrondissement
at the end of March, Rachida Dati had taken the initiative to open a vaccination center in the 7th arrondissement to vaccinate these staff who do not enter the priority audiences of the vaccine strategy. The Mayor PS of Paris Anne Hidalgo then asked the Prefect Didier Lallement to closing this center.
"You have been recalled to order by the prefect and the ARS because you infrink the rules of eligible public fixed by the government," had explained in a tweet the first deputy PS Emmanuel Grégoire. Rachida Dati had then asked in a statement "to the state services and the prefect of police to no longer give in to the pressure and threats of Anne Hidalgo", denouncing the "lack of anticipation, vision and organization" from the mayor of Paris.
The Group Change Paris, which brings together the representatives Republicans, centrists and independent on the Council of Paris, also argues to vaccinate people hosted in social residence as well as, at home, those that can not move. Rachida Dati pointed out that unallocated or lost doses "find themselves to be injected at the end of the day on the most mobile audiences, even though they are not priority in the current target".
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