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The recommendations of the Scientific Council on the regional


In a report submitted to Prime Minister Jean Castex, the Scientific Council recalls the risks associated with holding electoral votes when the circulation of the coronavirus is high.

A desire for postponement that does not speak its name? In a report submitted Monday at 4 p.m. to Jean Castex, the Scientific Council lists the advantages and disadvantages concerning the holding of regional and departmental elections, which are currently scheduled for June 13 and 20. This 16-page document that Europe 1 was able to consult, and of which the Prime Minister has undertaken to follow the recommendations, recalls at length the risks inherent in the holding of these elections, without clearly asking for a postponement.

High risks if the health situation is poor

The report by Jean-François Delfraissy and his team insists in particular that “it is the sole responsibility of the political authorities to proceed in all democratic legitimacy to general assessments, which go beyond the only health aspects, as well as to the necessary arbitrations, which are eminently political. ‘dealing with the organization of elections. Nevertheless, after having detailed the national epidemiological context (variants, barrier gestures, control measures, etc.) and the impact of the vaccination strategy, the Scientific Council recalls that “the risks associated with the elections will be all the more important as the traffic level will be high “.

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