Offbeat Towards new restrictions in Île-de-France? Hidalgo and Pécresse consult this Monday
Presidential 2022: Anne Hidalgo is "very afraid" of the outcome of a duel between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen
The mayor of Paris has not yet officially announced her candidacy © NICOLAS MESSYASZ / Anne Hidalgo. ELECTION - The mayor of Paris has not yet officially announced her candidacy for In Nancy, this Friday, for the first stage of the Tour de France that she intends to lead to "take part" in the presidential campaign , the mayor PS of Paris, Anne Hidalgo , admitted to being "very afraid of the outcome" of a duel between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen in 2022.
Possible new anti-Covid-19 restrictive measures in Paris and Ile-de-France will be at the heart of separate meetings this Monday March 1 in the aftermath - midday, the City of Paris and the region each meeting on their own with the prefectural and health authorities.
In the meantime, Prime Minister Jean Castex on Saturday askedcontrols as good weather brought out the French who could, including many Parisians in the parks and on the banks of the Seine.
The eight Ile-de-France departments are all, likely to be the subject of local confinement measures from the weekend end of March 6 as around Dunkirk and Nice this weekend, if the situation continued to deteriorate, warned Jean Castex on Thursday.
Evry-Courcouronnes: galley in sight around the construction site of the future tramway T12
© Ile-de-France Mobilités Evry-Courcouronnes. The redevelopment of the road network at the roundabout of the Treaty of Rome, in Evry-Courcouronnes, is scheduled for one week. We will have to be patient this week. The Treaty of Rome roundabout, in Evry-Courcouronnes, which allows easy access to the A6 motorway and the N 104 will be closed to traffic from this Monday at 8 a.m.
Anne Hidalgo will speak this Monday
As she announced on Friday, the mayor (PS) of Paris Anne Hidalgo will bring together the 20 mayors of the arrondissement Monday at the end of the morning "to discuss proposals for measures that will be submitted to the Prefect of Police and the Regional Health Agency (ARS) ”during a second meeting in the afternoon, his entourage confirmed to AFP on Sunday. Anne Hidalgo should then speak, according to this source.
"The hypothesis" formulated Thursday by his first deputy Emmanuel Grégoire ofto "have the prospect of reopening everything" at its end has aroused strong criticism in the municipal opposition as in the government, the Prime Minister .
Ile-de-France: RER traffic was disrupted after the assault of a railway worker
A driver on the RER A was assaulted on Tuesday evening, denounces the Sud-Rail union © A. Gelebart / 20 Minutes Ile-de-France: RER traffic was disrupted after the assault of a railway worker (Illustration) TRANSPORTS - A driver on the RER A was assaulted on Tuesday evening, denounces the Sud-Rail union If you are a user Ile-de-France public transport , you have no doubt noticed this Wednesday.
"Do everything to avoid a re-containment"
Monday afternoon, the president of the region (Free!) Valérie Pécresse, for whom "we will have to take additional restrictive measures", must meet with the director of the Ile-de-France ARS Aurélien Rousseau, the Prefect of Paris and Ile-de-France Marc Guillaume and the Prefect of Police Didier Lallement, she told the “Grand Jury RTL-Le Figaro-LCI” on Sunday.
"They will offer me restrictive measures that they think are the most suitable in view of the epidemiological situation in the region, and here again if they are justified, I will not oppose them", declared Valérie Pécresse according to which "he everything must be done to avoid a new re-containment ”.
Among the measures proposed, both the town hall and the region are calling for greater use of teleworking. Asked about the closure of high-traffic outdoor places, such as in Toulouse where the prefecture has prohibited access to the banks of the Garonne, Valérie Pécresse indicated that "this is a reflection that is underway today. With all the departmental prefects, we are trying to identify places that are at risk ".
Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle Airport. Up to 30,000 jobs threatened with the Covid-19 .
crisis © OUEST-FRANCE / FRANCK DUBRAY The mayor of Tremblay-en-France recently asked the Aéroports de Paris group for explanations. (Illustration) During 2021, nearly 30,000 people working at Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle airport could lose their jobs, according to Le Monde. The mayor of Tremblay-en-France, of which 40% of the GDP is linked to the activities of the airport, refers to a "predicted disaster".