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Strike. Teachers are on the street, this Thursday, to protest against the successive protocols put in place because of the Covid-19 in schools. The SNUipp-FSU, the first primary union, envisaged on Tuesday that 75% of primary teachers would be on strike and that half of the schools would be closed, as part of a national mobilization.

Program. Socialist candidate Anne Hidalgo unveiled Thursday morning his presidential program.

Vaccination pass. Deputies and senators will meet early Thursday afternoon at the Palais-Bourbon to try to agree on a common version of the text on the vaccination pass in joint joint committee (CMP). In the event of an agreement, it will be submitted for final adoption to the vote of the Senate on Thursday, then to that of the Assembly on Friday. If the CMP fails, the bill will be re-read in both chambers, with the Assembly having the last word.

Campaign trips. While the environmental candidate, Yannick Jadot, goes Thursday to Grenoble, a city run by the environmentalist Eric Piolle, the communist Fabien Roussel holds a press conference at 5 p.m. in front of the Bichat hospital in Paris. The Republican candidate, Valérie Pécresse, travels to the Doubs to discuss the theme of agriculture, while Marine Le Pen goes to the Côtes-d’Armor and Ille-et-Vilaine to address the issue of wind turbines and some fishing.

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