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US News Management of the Covid-19 crisis: four moments to remember from the hearing of Édouard Philippe

01:55  22 october  2020
01:55  22 october  2020 Source:   lexpress.fr

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"The way we managed the crisis saved a lot of lives. Not all of them. But it would be good if" we say it a little bit, "launched this Wednesday the former Prime Minister, heard in the National Assembly.

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The former Prime Minister Édouard Philippe defended this Wednesday during a hearing at the National Assembly his management of the health crisis which, according to him, "allowed to save many lives", while admitting to have committed some communication errors, especially on the masks.

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Heard for nearly three hours by the commission of inquiry on the coronavirus at the Palais-Bourbon, Édouard Philippe was questioned on the ins and outs of certain decisions taken between January 2020 - the date of the first warning signals around the coronavirus - and the end of spring, until deconfinement. "I think the way we have handled the crisis has saved a lot of lives. Not all of them. But it would be good if we said it a little bit", launched the former head of government , replaced early July in Matignon by Jean Castex. Four moments to remember from this hearing.

Reaction time at the start of a crisis

Rejecting any ignition delay - "our reaction capacity seemed rapid to me" - Édouard Philippe notably insisted on the uncertain, partial and evolving nature of the information he had available to base its decisions on a virus hitherto unknown.

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In general, he also underlined the difficulty of deciding "when you immediately have the criminal risk on your back", while he himself is implicated with other members of his government in an investigation of the Court of Justice of the Republic.

The former tenant of Matignon also assured to have fed "real anguish during this crisis". "When you have hospital directors telling you 'in 36 hours, I have more curare and I have a full intensive care unit', you are not exactly relaxed," he pointed out.

The generalized wearing of the mask

Faced with the deputies who questioned him about communication errors, Édouard Philippe agreed to be in retrospect "at odds" on the subject of the masks , after having said "to a 13 hours of TF1 that wearing a mask in the general population made no sense ".

"I tend to think that in crisis management, it is better to focus on the decision to be made rather than on what is likely to happen to me three months later", he said. added, saying to assume his words.

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The level of public debate

Asked about "things that did not work well", the current mayor of Le Havre said he was "struck" by the collective inability "to have an orderly public debate around medical questions and scientists ". "I am convinced that the permanent invective, the violent criticism on complex and uncertain questions, considerably harmed the way in which our fellow citizens could apprehend the part of the combat which depended on them", he lamented, without however, cite the controversies which opposed the government to Marseille professor Didier Raoult .

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Édouard Philippe also underlined that the "planning instruments" (stocks of masks, drugs ...) had not been "fully adapted" to the crisis and that the dialogue between local and national levels had not been optimal. But "the vast majority of the country has complied with the instructions given and has done its best," insisted Édouard Philippe.

The holding of the first round of municipal elections

Returning to the episode of controversial maintenance of the first round of municipal elections on March 15, just before confining the country, Édouard Philippe recounted the contradictory pressures from all sides and up to the day before the election night, when some promised him "war" if "the elections do not take place".

But according to the head of government, the decision to hold the vote was the right one: in the opposite scenario, "I think that to the hard health crisis would have been added a very hard political crisis", he said. .

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