World Hygienic protection soon free in France? Macron promises an answer in early 2021

09:45  05 december  2020
09:45  05 december  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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Earlier in the day, Macron held a meeting with his prime minister, top military adviser, intelligence coordinator and ministers of health, the Also on Monday, France ’s director general of health Jérôme Salomon said that the coronavirus outbreak in France is "very worrying" and "deteriorating very fast".

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President Emmanuel Macron has promised for 2021 "a very concrete answer" to the problem of menstrual insecurity, evoking the fate of women "who are on the street" and can not "buy something to protect yourself and something to be worthy", in an interview with online media Brut this Friday, December 4.

Asked about the "free hygiene protection as voted in Scotland", the president replied:

"I asked that we move forward, I want that with the competent associations and for all the women who are in this situation we may have an answer. " Scotland becomes first country to make periodic protections free Response in the first half of 2021

" I don't want to preempt government work but it's something that in the first half of next year will have an answer very concrete, ”he continued.

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Earlier this year, President Macron described Islam as a religion "in crisis" and defended the right of magazines to publish cartoons depicting the Prophet Protesters have also called for a boycott of French products. In France , state secularism (laïcité) is central to the country's national identity.

Last week, Macron withdrew a fuel tax hike — the issue that kicked off protests in mid-November — in an effort to appease the protesters, but the Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian politely chastised U.S. President Donald Trump for mocking France in tweets over the 2015 Paris climate accord, which

"Because, when we see women who are in very great precariousness, who are on the street, they experience everything a man experiences, physical exhaustion, reduction in your lifespan, illnesses that we contract, humiliation, and they also experience two things […]: indeed menstrual precariousness, the fact of having periods in the street and not being able to buy something to protect themselves and something to be worthy in the day, and then the rape ”

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"And so that is an action on which I want us to strengthen work with associations, social services, the communes ”, indicated Emmanuel Macron.

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