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Politics "The Black Book of the Coronavirus": the National Rally pinpoints government management of the health crisis

12:25  29 july  2020
12:25  29 july  2020 Source:   lemonde.fr

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In a 68-page brochure published Tuesday, July 28, the far-right party draws up a very severe assessment of the action of the 'State during the peak of the epidemic.

The National Gathering (RN) published, Tuesday July 28, "The Black Book of the Coronavirus", subtitled "From the fiasco to the abyss", a very severe assessment of the government management of the health crisis, which will have put to the day for the party "the weaknesses of the command, the poverty of the logistics, the strategic wanderings", revealing, "in a particularly cruel light, of the extent of the French downgrading" and of "the structural collapse of the country" .

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In the 68-page brochure, presented by Jordan Bardella, number two of the RN, and Marine Le Pen, its president, he believes that France has been more affected than others by the virus, but also more affected by the economic crisis. The party dates for the presidential election of 2022 and does not have enough harsh words to denounce "the bankruptcy of political authority", "the abandonment of sovereignties", "the debacle of the institutions", or the establishment of "an exceptional legislation, which resulted in a decline in the most fundamental freedoms", with 54 ordinances, giving "an exact idea of ​​the normative madness which has seized the state apparatus".

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The RN denounces the hesitations and contradictions of the government, whether it is the Italian supporters of Juventus authorized in the midst of an epidemic to come to France, on February 26, for a match against Olympique Lyonnais, or for maintaining the first round of municipal elections. And he is happy to put together a cruel anthology of quotes: "There is no subject of a shortage of masks" (Jérôme Salomon, director general of health, February 26); "In the general population, wearing a mask is of no use" (Olivier Véran, Minister of Health, March 4); "You shouldn't wear a mask when you're not sick" (Jérôme Salomon, March 19) ...

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"An inhumanity that lifts the heart"

"As if national humiliation were to be added to the rage of the caregivers and to the astonishment of the inhabitants, writes the party, we saw the sixth power in the world live to the rhythm of the arrivals of planes filled with Chinese masks, often of poor quality, negotiated at prohibitive prices and in questionable conditions. Worse, the public authorities, supported by tutorials, ended up begging ordinary citizens to make more or less effective masks themselves with scraps of fabric or even paper towels. "

The RN denounces a State" stuck in bureaucratic rules ", assassinates the regional health agencies," which have demonstrated their uselessness, even their harmfulness ", and considers that the policy in nursing homes" bears the mark of an inhumanity that lifts the heart ”. The party believes that confining the elderly "confined to mistreatment," and doubts the value of confinement in general. Finally, he denounces the circular of March 19, "known as the circular of shame", which recommended limiting the admission to intensive care of the most fragile (elderly) people.

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The far-right party, very favorable to Marseille professor Didier Raoult during the crisis, is showing more caution in its Black Book, curiously interspersed with quotes from the Cardinal de Retz or an obscure minister of Napoleon III. For the RN, the health crisis is ultimately only "the symptom of French decline", and the refusal to close the borders, the fruit of "ideological logics erected into quasi-religious dogmas". The time will come, assures the RN, "when the French will remember how the affairs of state were conducted during the first half of 2020".

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