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The opposition is as divided as the executive. If two lines clash at the highest summit of the State, between the President of the Republic on the one hand, and Prime Minister Jean Castex as well as the Minister of Health Olivier Véran on the other, the division spreads to the ‘in the National Assembly. With the peak of the second wave passed in intensive care, the choice not to announce new restrictions is increasingly contested among oppositions from all sides. They ask to go further, especially with regard to schools.

“No other solutions” than new measures, according to the left

In the wake of school directors who criticize the credo of the Minister of National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, to leave schools open at all costs, the deputy of France Insoumise Éric Coquerel criticizes the executive for n ‘ have done nothing. “The health situation, as expected since January, is dramatic. It is only Emmanuel Macron who has not seen it”, he tackles at the microphone of Europe 1. “Either he duplicates all classes in the coming days, or it closes the establishments in the places where the contagion is the strongest. Unfortunately there are no other solutions. ”

The elected Insubordinate of Seine Saint-Denis, where Jean-Christophe Lagarde (UDI) also called to close schools, deplores that none of the proposals made by his parliamentary group have been heard and retained by the executive. Ditto for the Socialist deputy and vice-president of the National Assembly David Habib, who lambasted in front of his peers a solitary decision-making by Emmanuel Macron. “You have to hear the doctors, the teachers, the elected officials, the Parliament”, he launched at the tribune of the hemicycle. “One man alone cannot decide for 67 million people.”

Support on the right

But the head of state also finds support among parliamentarians, like the leader of LR deputies, Damien Abad. “I am against the idea of ​​preventive confinement,” he says “very clearly” at the microphone of Europe 1. “I think the president is right for a very simple reason: preventive confinement is socially unacceptable . I am one of those who thinks that we must maintain the territorialized confinement and keep the schools open. ”

Still, Damien Abad pleads all the same to bring forward the Easter holidays and warns that the presidential strategy must limit the sorting of patients in the hospital. A red line already set a few hours before by Bruno Le Maire. At the microphone of RCJ radio on Tuesday, the Minister of the Economy and Finance had indeed said: “We certainly do not want to reach a point where hospital staff would be forced to sort out the sick”.

A new Defense Council scheduled for Wednesday should put an end to the divisions of the opposition, since the president could take note of the health situation of the country and decide on new measures in the coming days.

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Source site www.europe1.fr

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