Justice on strike, a murderous summer in France and the day of the Blues in Qatar

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The actors of Justice will be in the street this Tuesday. Magistrates, lawyers and clerks are called to mobilize, a year after a resounding platform which had exposed their “suffering” at work. “The reality on the ground is always overloaded hearings (…), unreasonable delays, unexplained judgments”, write 19 unions and organizations of magistrates, lawyers or integration advisers in a press release. common, calling for “dismissing all hearings” of the day. Rallies must also take place during the day, in particular in Paris in front of the judicial court at noon.

The summer of 2022 will remain synonymous with excess mortality. The summer period was indeed marked by an excess of more than 10,000 deaths in France, partly linked to high temperatures, but also to Covid-19, according to an estimate published Monday evening by the health authorities. In the second hottest summer since 1900, there were 10,420 excess deaths between June 1 and September 15. Some of these deaths are concentrated in the three heat wave episodes: 2,816 recorded over these periods alone. This is the balance sheet “the most important since 2003”, the year of the deadliest heat wave (15,000 dead), also notes Public Health France in a bulletin Heat wave and health.

Only a few more hours to wait. Tonight at 8 p.m., the world champions will finally enter the competition in Qatar. Deprived of Karim Benzema and other executives, rejuvenated and without landmarks, France will put their world title on the line against Australia. At the Al Janoub stadium in Al Wakrah, a 40,000-seat setting emerging from the desert south of Doha, the Blues have an appointment with the history of the World Cup: offering a third star to French football and becoming the first selection to retain his world title since the Brazil of “King” Pelé in 1962.

Source: 20Minutes – Une by www.20minutes.fr.

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