I do not think that Brittany will be affected by stricter measures"
, estimated Laurence Maillart-Méhaignerie Wednesday, on the set of "Talk Le Figaro".
Member of Parliament for Ille-et-Vilaine, a department little affected by the pandemic, the Walker wants to salute the Bretons who have been
"They respected the barrier measures very early on, it is a civic commitment and the result is there, we have far fewer cases"
, insisted the elected.
If nevertheless the epidemic is developing
"in a somewhat worrying way"
, it explains it by the arrival of variants.
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This Breton success, would it justify a relaxation?
La Rennaise especially invites vigilance, believing that
"the differentiations are important when it is necessary to tighten, when there is an outbreak and that it is necessary to resume a measure of the confinement type on weekends, to try to lower the tension on the epidemic ”
On the other hand, to relax, we really need to have all the guarantees that the epidemic is well contained.
“For now it is,” she
The parliamentarian also underlines that in Brittany, this week, the figures are not more alarming and that the vaccine strategy is being deployed at a good pace.
"For some, it's more the concern of having an appointment
The French will now be able to be vaccinated by their general practitioner or by their pharmacist,
"thanks to the AstraZeneca vaccine, which is easier to use"
"The urgency of climate change"
What lesson does she draw from this crisis?
"relocating our productions is absolutely strategic"
, she replies.
Convinced that success in the presidential election will be linked to the success of the exit from the health crisis and the ability to reassure the French, she specifies that
"the whole issue is the vaccine strategy and its success".
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Laurence Maillart-Méhaignerie chairs the climate and resilience bill committee.
"It's a beautiful law"
"in the form of an ecosystem that addresses all subjects of daily life
Yet the text divides within the majority.
“We have understood the urgency of climate change and its irreversible consequences on the planet
is consensus. ”
Hoping for a final vote before the summer, she also pleads in favor of a referendum on biodiversity.
She calls for
"a great national debate on the issues"