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Elisabeth Borne in front of Parliament, return of the mask to Nice, strike at the SNCF: the information to remember this afternoon

2022-07-06T10:53:24.364Z

Here is the information we have selected for you this Wednesday, July 6 at midday. The info not to miss It's the big day for Elisabeth Borne. Appointed on May 16, the Prime Minister delivers her general policy speech this Wednesday, at 3 p.m. to the deputies, to the National Assembly, then later to the senators, but without asking for a vote of confidence that the oppositions are already refusing her. . The left-wing Nupes alliance announced that it would table a motion of cen



The info not to miss

It's the big day for Elisabeth Borne.

Appointed on May 16, the Prime Minister delivers her general policy speech this Wednesday, at 3 p.m. to the deputies, to the National Assembly, then later to the senators, but without asking for a vote of confidence that the oppositions are already refusing her. .

The left-wing Nupes alliance announced that it would table a motion of censure just before Elisabeth Borne's speech.

Note that this is the second time in the history of the Fifth Republic that a woman will deliver this type of speech before Parliament.

Edith Cresson, on May 22, 1991, was the first.

To follow the political day, a dedicated live stream is available.

What else to remember

  • Wearing a mask back in transport in Nice.

    After the announcement of more than 200,000 new cases of Covid-19 in 24 hours, the mayor of Nice (Alpes-maritimes), Christian Estrosi (LR), decided to make it compulsory to wear a mask in public transport.

    This measure will come into force on Monday July 11 in buses and trams after a joint decree taken with the mayors of neighboring towns: Cagnes-sur-Mer and Saint-Laurent-du-Var.

    At the national level, the government does not plan - for the moment - to draw inspiration from the mayor of Nice.

  • Wave of resignations in the British government

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    Nothing is going well for the government of Boris Johnson.

    After the departure of the Ministers of Health and Finance, two other members of his team left the ship on Wednesday: the Secretary of State for Children and the Family, Will Quince, and Laura Trott who left his Assistant to the Secretary of State for Transport.

    These resignations come after a new scandal concerning Chris Pincher, appointed by Boris Johnson last February, when he was aware of old accusations against him.

    The British Prime Minister, very weakened, defends his position in Parliament this Wednesday during the weekly question session.

  • A strike for wages at the SNCF.

    Management and unions are meeting this Wednesday morning to discuss wages.

    Employee representatives are protesting for a general increase that takes inflation into account.

    According to our information, the SNCF should offer “significant increases” in particular for low salaries.

    Regarding traffic, 2 out of 5 TER and 1 out of 3 Intercités are planned.

    The main lines will be less affected.

  • The appeal of actress Judith Chemla, victim of domestic violence.

    At the microphone of Léa Salamé, on France Inter, Judith Chemla returned to her testimony concerning domestic violence.

    On Instagram, she had published a series of photos of her, her face swollen.

    She then accused her ex-husband, director Yohan Manca, of having beaten her.

    Very moved, she notably called on all women to fight against this scourge: "The fight is to file a complaint, to fight for your children, so that they are protected", she said.

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Source: leparis

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