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Bed bugs: an interministerial meeting will take place this Friday, announces Olivier Véran


Highlights: An inter-ministerial meeting will be held on Friday to discuss the issue of bed bugs. The government is "determined to act and amplify its action" on the issue. A bill will be presented to the National Assembly next month to address the issue, says the minister of the interior. The bill would be the first of its kind in France and would cover a range of issues, including bed bugs in the homes of the poor and children with disabilities. It would also cover issues such as mosquitoes and bed bugs, which are common in France.

The ministries concerned with the problems related to bed bugs will meet this Friday.

The concern of the French about bed bugs has challenged the government. Invited by RTL this Tuesday evening, the spokesman of the government, Olivier Véran, announced that "an interministerial meeting will be held on Friday to bring together all the competent components and quickly provide answers to the French".

Olivier Véran who also recognizes that "the questions that the French are asking themselves are legitimate" and that it is necessary to "quickly provide answers". Earlier in the day, at the National Assembly, Elisabeth Borne recalled that an observatory was "being created", and that the government is "determined to act and amplify its action".

The deputies of the majority (Renaissance, MoDem and Horizons) will defend a bill on the issue of bed bugs next December, announced Tuesday the president of the deputies Renaissance Sylvain Maillard.

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Source: leparis

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