Entertainment Divided government, discussions with cults ... Behind the scenes of Véran's announcements

13:00  24 september  2020
13:00  24 september  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Why was divided government more effective in the 1990 s then one-party control today? Despite all their political differences and their highly charged public battles, President Bill Clinton and House Speaker Newt Gingrich managed to work behind the scenes to make government work.

A divided government is a type of government in presidential systems, when control of the executive branch and the legislative branch is split between two parties, respectively, and in semi-presidential systems, when the executive branch itself is split between two parties.

Alors que des divergences existent au gouvernement concernant la sévérité des mesures à adopter contre l'épidémie de coronavirus, le ministre de la Santé Olivier Véran a tenu à annoncer lui-même les nouvelles règles. Une façon pour lui de réaffirmer son autorité, après avoir été mis sous pression lors d'un précédent Conseil de défense. © ELIOT BLONDET / POOL / AFP While differences exist in the government regarding the severity of the measures to be adopted against the coronavirus epidemic, the Minister of Health Olivier Véran himself announced the new rules. A way for him to reaffirm his authority, after having been put under pressure during a previous Defense Council.

Faced with the rebound of the coronavirus epidemic, the government is tightening the screw. The Minister of Health Olivier Véran thus unveiled on Wednesday several draconian measures , including the closure of bars and restaurants in Marseille and Guadeloupe. But everything is not yet settled, and there is still room for maneuver for local actors, especially for the sensitive issue of places of worship.

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 This Wednesday, September 23, Olivier Véran announced new measures to fight against Covid-19, in particular with the closure of bars and restaurants in Marseille or Aix-en-Provence. In the latter, mayor Maryse Joissains did not hide her anger towards the Minister of Health. © Screenshot / Youtube / Aix ma ville This Wednesday, September 23, Olivier Véran announced new measures to fight Covid-19, including the closure of bars and restaurants in Marseille or Aix-en- Provence.

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Federalism limits government by creating two sovereign powers—the national government and state governments —thereby restraining the influence of both. The framers of the Constitution granted a few expressed powers to the national government , reserving the remainder of powers to the states.

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Because in principle, the announcement of the closure of party rooms for associative meetings would force Jewish communities to give up the Yom Kippur celebrations this weekend . The consistory is currently negotiating with the authorities. And it is the same for other religions, including in Marseille, where places of worship have been spared, which is not insignificant concerning Muslim worship, while the Ministry of the Interior is in full preparation. of a very delicate bill on separatism .

Véran wanted to present the measures himself

More generally, there are strong differences within the government between those who think that one should not hesitate to be restrictive and those who fear that the French, at their wit's end , do not accept this new turn of the screw.

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The application of the labels " cults " or "sects" to (for example) religious movements in government documents usually signifies the popular and negative use of the term " cult " in English and a functionally similar use of words translated as "sect" in several European languages.

Learn More. Discuss . 1 Guided Discussions & 3 Open Discussions . The Government Ministers are all members of Parliament, and are accountable to it. The Government is dependent on Parliament to make primary legislation, which means that in practice a government must seek re-election at least


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In addition, Olivier Véran was keen to take political responsibility for these announcements while the Prefecture police wanted to do it. For the Minister of Health, it is a question of authority, as he was under pressure at a previous Defense Council about the quality of the plan he was proposing. Matignon finally decided: Olivier Véran was able to announce the turn of the screw.

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