Jean Castex will speak in Parliament on Thursday on “the evolution of the health situation”

[ad_1] Prime Minister Jean Castex in the National Assembly. (drawing) - BERTRAND GUAY / AFP Jean Castex will deliver a statement on Thursday, which will be followed by a debate and a vote before the two chambers of parliament, "on the evolution of the health situation and the measures necessary to respond to it," Matignon said on Wednesday. "This debate will be held in the morning in the National Assembly and then in the Senate in the afternoon," said Matignon,...

The Blues want to “finish on a good, even very good note” this international streak

[ad_1] The French team won in Kazakhstan in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers on March 28, 2021. - FRANCK FIFE / AFP The kilometers are starting to accumulate in this international streak, and the Blues, who traveled from Nursoultan to Sarajevo on Monday, must deal with fatigue for the third match in a week that awaits them Wednesday against Bosnia-Herzegovina. But no excuses. "We must do violence despite the circumstances" and finish these first qualifying matches for the World Cup...

Clashes during the evacuation of a LafargeHolcim quarry

[ad_1] Clashes on the ZAD du Mormont, at La Sarrazentre in Switzerland on March 30, 2021. - Jean-Christophe Bott / AP / SIPA Clashes punctuated an operation to dismantle a Zone to Defend (ZAD) in Switzerland. Police on Tuesday evacuated environmental activists who had occupied a quarry belonging to the Franco-Swiss cement giant LafargeHolcim for months to protest against a plan to expand the site. Activists had set up a camp at the site in October. A large number of...

The Postal Bank sued by the UFC-Que Choisir

[ad_1] A piggy bank (illustration). - FRANCK LODI / SIPA La Banque Postale is in the sights of UFC-Que Choisir. The consumer defense association announced on Wednesday that it had taken legal action against the bank. The UFC accuses him of illegally forcing its customers with a Housing Savings Plan (PEL) to open a current account. “For several months now, La Banque Postale has been forcing its customers with [PEL] to open a paying current account under penalty of closing...

Miracle or risky investment? Real estate crowdfunding is attracting more and more

[ad_1] Construction of an apartment building and tertiary activities in Nantes (illustration). - S. Salom-Gomis / Sipa Real estate crowdfunding has experienced insolent growth in recent years. It consists of lending money to a promoter or property dealer in order to help them consolidate a program. The average yield (9%) is very attractive. They are called Club Funding, Homunity, Anaxago, Wiseed, Fundimmo or Koregraf… Little known to the general public, these Internet platforms have nevertheless shown spectacular growth in recent...

A new key health defense council this Wednesday at the Elysee

[ad_1] Emmanuel Macron, after the European Council of March 25. - Stephane Lemouton-POOL / SIPA Close schools by bringing the holidays forward? Extend braking measures to other departments? Or “push the walls” of hospitals while waiting for the impact of vaccinations? Faced with criticism of his anti-Covid strategy with more than 5,000 patients "in critical care", Emmanuel Macron must make difficult choices this Wednesday. Once again, the French are suspended from the arbitrations that the Head of State will make...

“I no longer have any prospects for advancement …” They tell of their difficult return to work after cancer

[ad_1] Illustration of a Man Working on a Computer - CLOSON / ISOPIX / SIPA Ignorance of superiors, modified post, fatigue… The difficulties of returning to work are often numerous for employees who have fought against cancer. More and more players are trying to remedy the situation, such as the University Hospital of Nantes, Angers, and the West Cancer Institute, which have just signed a charter. “My regular absences due to my treatment have caused the loss of the confidence...

How is the sorting of intensive care patients carried out, so dreaded by caregivers?

[ad_1] Caregivers, who are facing a very violent third wave, fear that they will soon be forced to sort through eligible patients for intensive care. - Eric Dessons / JDD / SIPA With hospitals on the verge of saturation, more and more caregivers fear they will not have the capacity to accommodate all the patients who would need to be admitted to intensive care. Many are already preparing to perform a “triage” between patients and fear it. But how is...

Why did the Blues not follow the movement in favor of human rights in Qatar?

[ad_1] Against Ukraine, the Blues did not wish to follow the movement led by the Norwegians in favor of Human Rights in Qatar. - CHRISTOPHE SAIDI / SIPA On the occasion of the international truce, some selections sported political messages in favor of Human Rights in Qatar. These demonstrations follow the investigation of the "Guardian" which reports the death of more than 6,500 workers on sites linked to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. For their part, the Blues did...

A decisive defense council, the trial of the death of George Floyd and wild party in Lyon

[ad_1] Emmanuel Macron in Créteil on March 29, 2021. - Ludovic Marin / AP / SIPA Did you miss the early morning news? We have concocted a recap to help you see more clearly. The executive is once again at the time of making choices in the face of the health crisis. Resuscitation services which have passed the peak of the 2nd wave of the Covid-19 epidemic, a virus which does not yet slow down its course, a vaccination too...