Vaccination. Extended to over 75 years not living in nursing homes and to people with “high risk” pathologies, the vaccination campaign moves to a new stage in France on Monday. Against the backdrop of questions about available stocks, delivery delays from Pfizer but also the difficulties encountered in registering on the platforms. Our article and our report in Montpellier.
Disappearance. Actor and screenwriter Jean-Pierre Bacri died of cancer on Monday at the age of 69. The man, a figure of French theater and cinema, occupied a prominent place with the public for his roles of grieving and disillusioned antiheroes but deeply human. He had written several plays and films with Agnès Jaoui who was also his companion. More info here.
CFCM. Under pressure from the executive, the French Council for Muslim Worship (CFCM) adopted an unprecedented charter rejecting “political Islam” and foreign “interference”, but the application of which raises many questions. The “charter of principles” of Islam in France represents “A clear, clear and precise commitment in favor of the Republic”, welcomed Emmanuel Macron, according to the Elysee, after meeting with CFCM officials on Monday in the middle of the day. The charter was presented when the deputies began, the same day in committee, the debates on the bill against separatism.
Navalny. Main Russian opponent Alexei Navalny on Monday called on his supporters to step down “in the street” against power a few minutes after his imprisonment until at least February 15, and the day after his controversial arrest.
Pandemic. WHO and Beijing could have acted faster at the start of the Covid-19 epidemic, concluded the independent experts responsible for assessing the global response, for whom the spread of the virus has benefited from a “Largely hidden epidemic”. Follow our live.
Sanofi. A suppression of posts judged “unacceptable”. At the forefront in the Covid crisis, Sanofi announced to unions that 400 jobs for pharmaceutical research were going to be cut, according to information released by France Inter this Monday. A decision deemed incomprehensible by its scale and its schedule, while the group is struggling to finalize the manufacture of a vaccine against the Covid. The French laboratory confirmed it to AFP arguing that these job cuts will be in line with what it had announced last year. More info here.
Vaccination passport. The 27 launched the debate Monday on a European vaccination certificate, proposed by Greece but which arouses the reluctance of certain countries in the face of the risk of discrimination against people who are not vaccinated. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis last week put forward the idea of a “standardized” vaccination passport, which would allow vaccinated people to travel to boost the tourism industry, devastated by the coronavirus pandemic. Our article.
Central America. With the hope that the transfer of power to the White House will be accompanied by a more flexible migration policy, thousands of Hondurans are moving to the United States. The caravan of 9,000 people was greeted Sunday in Guatemala by tear gas and police batons, despite the presence of many families with children. Our article.
Michelin. A first star for Mory Sacko, including Release followed the first steps of the MoSuke restaurant in Paris; a third star for the magnificent Alexandre Mazzia in Marseille: the Red Guide unveiled its gastronomic selection this Monday despite a year marked by confinements and the forced closure of restaurants. Our article.
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#MeTooInceste. Since Saturday, victims of incest have been denouncing their experiences on Twitter, under #MeTooInceste. Alexandra Louis, LREM MP who has worked on sexual violence against children, explains the taboo surrounding this subject. Our interview.
Fil vert dossier. The concept of rewilding is increasingly applied in nature protection policies on the Old Continent, whether in natural parks, in cities or on agricultural land. Despite some limitations, these projects generate a surprising return of wild species. To read here.
Duhamel case. The lawyer Jean Veil admits to having been aware of the facts of incest of which the political scientist is accused. This did not prevent him from promoting it, beyond the professional secrecy of which he claims. Our ticket.
Tomorrow in “Liberation”
In the light of Release this Tuesday: after the boos, the vaccination rush. In the rest of the newspaper: the article by our correspondent in Moscow on the arrest of Alexei Navalny ; our highlight on the Karachi affair when due to appear this Tuesday ex-Prime Minister Edouard Balladur ; interview with the Norwegian artist Sissel Tolaas, creator of an olfactory heritage. In Ideas pages, forum of Robert Badinter sur Donald Trump, who will leave the White House leaving behind a procession of the dead, those of the capital executions he ordered. On the Culture pages, after the spectacular images of recent events at the Capitol, from Death to 2020 at Forensickness return to these films which allow us to think about this flood of information that strangely merges with entertainment and fiction. In portrait of der ‘, Isabelle Aubry, founder of the association Face à inceste.
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