Jean Castex must record on Friday the expansion of measures taken for the rural world two years ago after the "
", on the occasion of the annual congress of the Association of rural mayors of France (AMRF) which is held in the Yonne.
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On the occasion of his speech planned in Villevallier, the village hosting the AMRF congress, the head of government is to announce the strengthening of certain mechanisms of the rural agenda, a program which included a total of 171 measures when it was launched. two years ago by his predecessor Edouard Philippe, most of them inspired by the “
” which followed the yellow vests crisis.
Helping rural cafes
In order to complete the services provided by Maisons France services, of which 2,000 should be opened by the end of the year, Jean Castex must thus extend the bus system with the “
labeling of 30 new
” vehicles which will be added to the 80 which are already going today to meet citizens to facilitate their administrative procedures.
Regarding the “
” operation, a project led by the social and solidarity economy group SOS aiming to create or take over 1,000 cafes in rural areas, it must also announce its extension to 100 additional establishments. "
Rather than fighting to reopen only new cafes, let's try to prevent the closing of the last one
", explains Matignon, who wants "to
avoid the closing of weakened cafes
". The head of government must announce that the recovery plan, of 100 billion euros over two years to revive the French economy after the health crisis, already benefits the rural world to the tune of 8.4 billion against the 5 billion initially announced .
During this day in Yonne devoted to rurality, Jean Castex will visit a health center, a Maison France services or a gendarmerie.
In Villevallier, just before the opening of the AMRF congress, he will chair the third meeting of the Interministerial Committee for Rurality with the participation of the Minister of Territorial Cohesion Jacqueline Gourault, the Secretary of State for Rurality, Joël Giraud, the Secretary of State for Digital, Cédric O, and the Secretary of State for Tourism Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne.
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Also on the agenda for this day, the deployment of very high speed and mobile coverage to put an end to the white zones which still concern many rural regions.
We have invested 3.5 billion euros since 2017,
” recalls Matignon.