Canada Coronavirus: Stanislas Guerini wants a "help plan for associations"

12:01  25 may  2020
12:01  25 may  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Stanislas Guerini (born 14 May 1982) is a French politician serving as Executive Officer of La République En Marche! (REM) since 2018.

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Invité lundi de la matinale d'Europe 1, Stanislas Guerini, délégué général de LREM et député de Paris, est revenu sur les conséquences de la crise du coronavirus en France. Il annonce qu'il souhaite un © Europe 1 Invited Monday of the morning of Europe 1, Stanislas Guerini, general delegate of LREM and deputy of Paris, returned to the consequences of the coronavirus crisis in France. He announced that he wanted a "support plan for associations" which during the confinement "did not hesitate to keep our society standing."

How to help those who help? After almost three months of health crisis and epidemic of coronavirus, many associations have proved essential to the French. This commitment should not remain in vain, according to Stanislas Guerini. Invited Monday of the morning of Europe 1, the general delegate of LREM and deputy of Paris announced that he wished the creation of an aid plan for associations which "made society stand up" during the confinement.

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"Small associations are often in great difficulty"

"There are a certain number of actors who, during the crisis, were on the front line and they did not ask for any special compensation ", recalls Stanislas Guerini. However, the member for Paris sees it in his constituency: "small associations are often in great difficulty". To meet their needs and respond to the risk of fractures in society, Stanislas Guerini therefore pleads for the creation of an assistance plan.


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But at what price? "We must not skimp on any means to ensure that our country can stand up," warns the delegate general of the Republic on the march. While a "social" chapter of the Macron quinquennium seems to be opening up, Stanislas Guerini proposes, still with the aim of helping those who have been put in difficulty by confinement, the establishment of a "check deconfinement "individual.

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This device could be distributed to nearly four million people, suggests the boss of LREM. "We have to discuss the amount," explains Stanislas Guerini, but advances the base by 400 euros. According to him, if this sum were given to a tenth of the population, "the investment" would amount to "about three billion euros"

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