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COVID: What Macron could announce Monday
© Marc Chaumeil Emmanuel Macron will go back to the French Monday. While the exit of crisis is threatened by the degradation of the sanitary situation because of the Variant delta , Emmanuel Macron will address the French on Monday at 8 pm, announced the Elysee this Friday. Earlier in the day of Monday, the Head of State will chair an exceptional health defense council, in particular to decide on the immunization obligation for caregivers and the extension of the sanitary pass.
More than 300 territorial elected left and right, especially mayors, greet inthe "courage" . "If our political sensitivities are different, our various courses, we all meet today to salute the courage of the decisions taken, the clarity of the Cape fixed", in particular writing Christian Estrosi (Mayor of Nice, former lr), François Rebsamen (Mayor of Dijon, PS) and Martine Vassal (President of the County Council of Bouches-du-Rhône, LR).
Presidential Speech at 8pm: What will Emmanuel Macron?
Mandatory vaccination, sanitary pass, economic recovery, pension reform ... Many subjects could be on the menu of the president of the Republic, on Monday night 12 July at 8pm. © @ Emmanuel Macron is aimed at the French Monday night to present measures against the Variant Delta of COVID-19 whose progression annoying the recovery and the "happy days" of the deconformation.
The signatories support the "ambitious but necessary" objective to come to vaccinate all the French: "It is indeed up to reaching a vaccination coverage greater than 90% of the population we can turn sustainably the page, find a normal life, "they write.of Moudenc in Falco via Estrosi
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"On the economic side, we also share the orientations announced, the given priority At work, production and merit ", pursue the authors of the platform. According to them, "amplifying this movement is essential to allow France to regain its independence, take control of our destiny and reinstate the country in a trajectory of full employment". "Our conviction", they conclude, "is that we live a moment of rocking as the story about it sometimes. The alternative is simple: either we divide ourselves in Picrocholines wars. So, France will pass by the revolutions In progress: digital, technological, ecological, demographic. Either, we make block, state and local authorities, in a renewed confidence pact. Then, our nation will give a chance to participate in the invention of the coming world ".
Among the 326 signatories still include LR Jean-Luc Moudenc (Mayor of Toulouse), Michèle Lutz (Mayor of Mulhouse) and Arnaud Faucet (Mayor of Reims), the ex-Lr Laurent Marcangeli (Mayor of Ajaccio), Hubert Falco (Mayor of Toulon) and Christophe Béchu (Mayor of Angers), or the PS Laurent Cathala (Mayor of Créteil).
Emmanuel Macron does not want to see the wind projects "damage the landscape" .
in an interview in Franceinfo, the head of state, currently on the move in French Polynesia, advocates the "case per case" for wind projects. © Ludovic Marin / AFP The French President Emmanuel Macron, covered with garlands, pronounces a speech after his arrival on the atoll of Manihi, in the archipelago of the Tuamotu, in French Polynesia, July 26, 2021 of pragmatism, not of jostling ... Emmanuel Macron wants to avoid crumpling people and the landscape with respect to wind and solar projects.