US Attal defends Darmanin and Castex after a video showing them without mask or gestures Barrier
Drugs: The Minister of the Interior Announces a clear increase in seizures in Ile-de-France
© Patrice CoPPEE / AFP Gérald Darmanin boasted Sunday in Argenteuil (Val-d'Oise) The "Very impressive figures" obtained by the police in Ile-de-France in the fight against drugs. Over the first ten months of the year, cannabis seizures increased by 20% compared to the same period last year.
Gabriel Attal defended Wednesday Jean Castex and Gérald Darmanin after the broadcast of a video showing them tightening hands, without mask, during an official event.
The Government spokesmanWednesday defended Prime Minister Jean Castex and the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin, criticized following a video turned on Tuesday night Showing tightening hands, without mask, disregard barrier gestures. "We are all humans," said Attal at the end of the Council of Ministers, conceding that "there may be a moment of inattention from time to time, a gap". Asked by the AFP, Matignon said that the participants in the evening were submitted to the presentation of the Sanitary Pass.
Attal evacuates a return to free tests Covid: "This is not planned today»
The arrival of the 5th wave revives the debate on the free antigenic tests and PCR, paying since October 15 for Non-vaccinated and non-prescription people. But for now, the government does not consider it. © Copyright 2021, Obs The return to free tests? "It's not planned today," said LCI Gabriel Attal, Thursday, November 18.
In the video published on social networks, we see MM. Castex and Darmanin Tighten the hands of the elected representatives of the Hauts-de-France received at the Ministry of the Interior on the sidelines of the Congress of the Association of Mayors of France (AMF) in Paris, without a mask.
Mr. Attal assured that the executive "(did) obviously very careful" and "(was) very vigilant" as to the respect of barrier gestures. "All government members meet the health protocols that are enacted," he said. For several days, many political voices have been going to denounce the relaxation of.
English Channel tragedy: After dozens drown, England and France ramp up war of words .
British and French leaders have ramped up a war of words over dangerous crossings of the English Channel after at least 27 people died making the sea journey Wednesday, bringing to a head simmering tensions in the migration crisis. © PA/Sipa A man wheels a gurney into a warehouse in the Port of Calais, France, where it is believed the bodies of migrants are being transported after recovery from a boat which capsized off the French coast with the loss of 31 lives on Wednesday. An emergency search was sparked when a fishing boat sounded the alarm after spotting several people in the sea off the coast of France.