Sport European recovery plan: the Italian press hails a “victory” and a “turning point”
Franco-German recovery plan: "If it is not completely revolutionary, it is innovative"
© FRANCOIS MORI / POOL / AFP Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel proposed Monday a European recovery plan of 500 billion euros via a European debt pooling mechanism. "A very strong political announcement" but not "completely revolutionary" according to Yves Bertoncini, president of the European movement-France, guest of Europe 1 Tuesday. Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel proposed Monday a European recovery plan of 500 billion euros .
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen unveiled an aid plan on Wednesday 27 May with a recovery package of 750 billion euros to support the EU economy under pressure by the Covid-19. Italy, very affected and which deplores more than 33,000 deaths due to the epidemic, should benefit from around 172 billion euros, including 82 in the form of subsidies, and seems to be delighted.
With our correspondent in Rome, Anne Le Nir
Thisobviously the front page of all the press. “Turning in the European Union, Italy at the head! "Is the title of Corriere Della Sera which highlights the satisfaction of the President of the Council, Giuseppe Conte.
Italian players want at least four weeks of training
© Provided by Sofoot Not for now. While the Italian players are finally empowered to resume collective training from this Wednesday, the restart of Serie A does not seem to be for tomorrow, however. If the Italian government will say more about a possible recovery on May 28, the players say they need a long preparation period, close to that of preseason.
La Repubblica also speaks of an "Italian victory", but recalls that "to convince reluctant partners", ie, "Italy must prepare a rigorous spending program". Especially "in the health, public administration and digital sectors".
The right-wing daily Il Giornale speaks of an "apparently sweet plan like honey", but stresses that "the money will not be available before 2021". Because "by then, the problems of Italy", of whichshould reach 165% of the GDP this year, "cannot be resolved".
As for the independent daily, Il Fatto Quotidiano, he believes that this "breath of fresh air" in perspective, "is the result of thewhich decided that with the countries of southern Europe , you can't go ahead with a machete ”.
Coronavirus: Latin America continues to suffer, Europe is opening up .
© Provided by Le Point Latin America is still suffering the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic, with a new record of daily deaths in Brazil , in contrast to the Europe where the borders continue to reopen gradually, as in Austria on Thursday.