She appeared flickering, stressed, her nose in her files or the panicked look towards her former chief of staff. But Agnes Buzyn will never have sunk in front of the deputies. Tuesday afternoon, forty-eight hours after her painful defeat in the second round of the municipal elections in Paris (she was not even elected councilor), the former Minister of Health again found herself in a bad position facing the National Assembly committee of inquiry into the Covid-19. Expected at the turn, the ex-candidate was questioned for four hours on her management of the crisis before leaving the ministry on February 16. Without dodging, she explained herself about her health decisions, her contradictory statements, her political choices. Agnes Buzyn “assume“The decisions taken, even if it means boasting too much of its action until the arrival of the epidemic in France.
On the question of the stock of masks, which has become the emblem of France’s preparation for a pandemic,
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