World Exit of the state of emergency Sanitary: The government must adopt its bill
GOP Pols Lead Protest Crackdown Just in Time for Chauvin Verdict
Nearly a year after the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis Police, critics of police brutality have won some legislative victories. But in that same time, waves of anti-protest laws targeting people enraged at police violence have hit statehouses nationwide. And now, just as jurors are set to begin deliberations in the murder trial over Floyd’s death, the crackdown on protesters is getting enshrined into law. As racial justiceAnd now, just as jurors are set to begin deliberations in the murder trial over Floyd’s death, the crackdown on protesters is getting enshrined into law.
Exit of the state of emergency sanitary on June 2: The government retains skills until the end of October. Tests, Firewalls: The Government adopts this Wednesday its bill of exit ofin early June, which allows it to maintain skills until 31 October on the circulation of persons or the Closure of shops if the sanitary conditions require it. The text, which must make it possible to exit this exceptional regime extended in February by Parliament until 1 June, must be submitted to the National Assembly "Available May 10", according to parliamentary sources. From June 2 to October 31 inclusive, that is to say for five months, the Prime Minister will have the competence to take measures "by order [...] in the interest of public health and the sole purpose of struggling Against the spread of the CVIV-19 epidemic ", specifies the bill that AFP has obtained a copy. should also be announced at the end of the week or next week before by Emmanuel Macron, according to the mayors who participated in a videoconference Tuesday with the Head of State.
In UK, tensions grow between protesters and scandal-hit police
Allegations of police brutality and targeting ethnic minorities come after a serving officer was charged with murder.“Even if they [the police] are allowed to hit us, it’s supposed to be below the knee. Why do I have marks all up the side of my body?” she told Al Jazeera.
The Indian variant present in 17 countries, New Delhi still suffering. At least 17 countries have experienced infections to the Indian alternative of the coronavirus, from a country still overwhelmedand where started to flock. The Indian variant was detected in more than 1,200 genome sequences in "at least 17 countries", announced the World Health Organization (WHO) in the night of Tuesday to Wednesday. Most of the samples "come from India, the United Kingdom, the United States and Singapore," specified WHO in its weekly pandemic report. In recent days, the variant has also been reported in several European countries (Belgium, Switzerland, Greece, Italy). India, the fourth most endangered country (behind the United States, Brazil and Mexico), exceeded Wednesday the 200,000 dead with more than 3,000 deaths reported in twenty-four hours for the first time, according to the data officials.
Queensland passes new youth justice legislation in crime crackdown aimed at 'hardcore' young offenders
Queensland's Parliament passes contentious new youth justice legislation that is set to become law in a bid to “crack down” on recidivist young offenders, despite concerns raised by advocates. The legislation includes a trial of GPS monitoring devices, strengthened anti-hooning laws, increased police powers and reversing the presumption of bail for serious indictable offences.The new measures were introduced to combat youth crime, after the deaths of expectant parents Kate Leadbetter and Matthew Field and Townsville woman Jennifer Board earlier this year.
VIDEO: COVID-19: Veran judge "Probable" The vaccination of people suffering from obesity "By mid-May" (Le Figaro)
A dose of anti-Covid vaccine would reduce almost 50% transmission within a household. A single dose of Pfizer or AstraZeneca vaccine would reduce the transmission of coronavirus up to almost half within the same home, where the risk of contagion is high, according to a study by the Public Health Agency (public) Health England). People infected with the virus three weeks after receiving a dose of vaccine are 38% to 49% less likely than those who have not been vaccinated to transmit the virus to the members of their homes, highlighted Public Health England in a statement .
Coronavirus: Event professionals want a sanitary pass for weddings .
The event area and especially weddings would leave without waiting © Raphael Bloch / Sipa alliances and a mask. (Illustration) ball mask - the event sector and especially marriages would like to leave without waiting an sanitary pass to allow wedding holding, as for travel? This is what the service providers of the weddings are proposed, which negotiate the conditions for a resumption of activity with the government.