Minister of Culture: "Pain-aware" • Shaul Mizrahi: "What is the difference between a club and an event hall?" • Headquarters: "We must provide financial assistance to prevent dying" • AMI Chairman: "Discrimination"
The protest of the world of culture last night (Sunday)
Oren Ben Hakun
In light of the delays in easing, the stages and event halls will not return to work on June 14 as planned. The opening of cultural institutions and cinemas to an audience of up to 500 people and up to 75% of the hall's occupancy, will be postponed at this time of the week, for Sunday 21 June.
It is important to note that at this time the permit for events up to 250 people is only for banqueting halls, and not for the cultural and performance venues.
"The rejection of the culture outline by the Corona Cabinet is saddening, but unfortunately, the increasing morbidity has led the Cabinet to decide on several steps to stop the spread of the Corona virus," Culture and Sports Minister Hailey Trooper said. The minister added that "I have pain and I am aware of the great pain of the cultural people who have been reopened this Sunday. I am committed to the world of culture and will continue to work to allow the world of culture to return to activity and help it escape the difficult distress it is facing."
The big theaters and the halls did not plan to put on shows this week, but there are those who were hurt by the rejection, including the Barbi Club, which was expected to open its doors on June 17 with a show by his uncle Tessa, according to the instructions.
Saul Mizrahi, the barbie owner who is hungry Saturday and received extensive media coverage in light of his stubborn struggle to open the mythical club and his life soon, said in response to the news: "250 people is not something that can make me open the place, it is not economic, it is not happening at the moment Not opening, I'm waiting to see what's going on and ensure we're not going anywhere.I understand that from their point of view there is a worsening, just that I do not understand the difference between the club and an event hall?
"Between the 17th and 20th of the month there were supposed to be two shows by Dudu Tessa, two by Mercedes Bend and a show by young ensembles and at the moment none of that I can do. I propose to the Minister of Culture that if he can not open, it will start already To work on a fourth beat and inject money into an industry that is bleeding like that. "
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The headquarters of the struggle to save the world of culture and events, which stopped the movement to Jerusalem this morning (Monday) as part of the protest openings yesterday, said in response to the Corona Cabinet decision: "The Corona Cabinet decision explains to everyone well why we are out of the Knesset today in the rage of the cultural industry and the events we are in. We will not debate or hold public hearings on health guidelines, but as long as we are left closed, we must provide financial aid to prevent our dying. 200,000 industry workers cry - soul or war! This is not a slogan, it is a harsh reality that we are marching towards it. There will be someone who gives us oxygen. "
AM Chairman Yankele Mendel: "We have been anxiously reading for the past two hours before the Corona Cabinet meeting that the return of the cultural world will be delayed, for which we have worked hard. Delaying the approval of the shows and performances, while gatherings of 250 people are possible at weddings and events halls Unfair discrimination and threatening to strike a painful blow to the artists and cultural institutions that are already preparing for the re-opening, I call the Minister of Culture his partner in the fight - do not allow this discrimination to pass quietly and fight with us so that we can bring the culture world back to life safely and equitably Several days".