In rugby, measured wage agreements

The announcement did not go unnoticed. A drop fluctuating between 30% and 60% of his salary over the next four seasons: in total, it is 12 million euros that Dimitri Payet will abandon at Olympique de Marseille as part of the extension of his contract until ‘in 2024 announced on Saturday 27 June.

A “Considerable financial effort”, applauded Jacques-Henri Eyraud, the president of the club. And for good reason. Not many football players have made such a sacrifice since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

The fall in wages was in fact the home of the cousins ​​of ovalism. The economic situation of rugby is such in the face of Covid 19 that the National Directorate of Management Control Aid (DNACG) had recommended at the heart of the containment a reduction in wages by 31%. It was a lot, and the clubs didn’t push the cursor that far. But the majority of them negotiated agreements with the players, the Union-Bègles-Bordeaux last in date confirming on June 25 an accepted effort of 20%, “One of the most important in French rugby”, welcomed Laurent Marti, president of the UBB.

Between 10 and 20% drop in the Top 14

If the negotiations are not finished at the Stade Français or in Bayonne and if the managers of Agen and Racing 92 preferred not to embark on this movement, the reductions oscillate elsewhere effectively between 10 and 20%. “We are the only discipline that can take advantage of such agreements, would like to emphasize Robins Tchale-Watchou, the president of Provale, the players’ union. The players thus show their sense of responsibility and it will be necessary to remember it tomorrow so that on other decisions, we take into account our opinion ».

More responsible than soccer players, the guys of rugby? “The framework is not quite the same, notes Jean-François Brocard, economist at the Center for Rights and Economics of Sport in Limoges. In rugby, there still remains a certain attachment to clubs and management stability which also explain the stronger relationships of trust between players and managers. They are much less in football where individualism and player trading prevail ”.

However, the current agreements are only a temporary solution to the nagging question of the overly large payroll that clubs are struggling with. To limit it and preserve the fairness of the Top 14, the “salary cap” system has certainly existed since 2010, imposing a cap on this payroll today set at 11.3 million euros. But with the crisis caused by the pandemic, some leaders are campaigning for a lowering of this ceiling. “We can lower our overall payroll because we are the country that pays the best players and we have no objective reason to do so as the competition is limited to England”, underlined Pierre-Yves Revol, the president of Castres, at the beginning of June. England, which has just reduced its own salary cap from 7.7 to 6.6 million euros.

The salary cap system to review

UBB President Laurent Marti is in fact planning to lower the ceiling in France from 11.3 to 9.3 million euros, along with the creation of a “marquee player”, a player with a very high salary which in each workforce would be extracted from the calculation of the payroll. “The subject can be put on the table but be careful not to want to make decisions too quickly, especially at this time when there are still many uncertainties”, avertit Robins Tchale-Watchou.

“The salary cap is a fragile tool with us and is regularly circumvented because, unlike in the United States for example where it was born for basketball, its ceiling is not the result of negotiation but an arbitrary calculation applying to clubs with very disparate budgets, four times less at Agen than at the Stade Français for example, explains Jean-François Brocard. For it to be effective, everyone would have to sit around the table to redefine the rules ”. And there, to get along, there is still a long way to go.

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In rugby, measured wage agreements

The announcement did not go unnoticed. A drop fluctuating between 30% and 60% of his salary over the next four seasons: in total, it is 12 million euros that Dimitri Payet will abandon at Olympique de Marseille as part of the extension of his contract until ‘in 2024 announced on Saturday 27 June.

A “Considerable financial effort”, applauded Jacques-Henri Eyraud, the president of the club. And for good reason. Not many football players have made such a sacrifice since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

The fall in wages was in fact the home of the cousins ​​of ovalism. The economic situation of rugby is such in the face of Covid 19 that the National Directorate of Management Control Aid (DNACG) had recommended at the heart of the containment a reduction in wages by 31%. It was a lot, and the clubs didn’t push the cursor that far. But the majority of them negotiated agreements with the players, the Union-Bègles-Bordeaux last in date confirming on June 25 an accepted effort of 20%, “One of the most important in French rugby”, welcomed Laurent Marti, president of the UBB.

Between 10 and 20% drop in the Top 14

If the negotiations are not finished at the Stade Français or in Bayonne and if the managers of Agen and Racing 92 preferred not to embark on this movement, the reductions oscillate elsewhere effectively between 10 and 20%. “We are the only discipline that can take advantage of such agreements, would like to emphasize Robins Tchale-Watchou, the president of Provale, the players’ union. The players thus show their sense of responsibility and it will be necessary to remember it tomorrow so that on other decisions, we take into account our opinion ».

More responsible than soccer players, the guys of rugby? “The framework is not quite the same, notes Jean-François Brocard, economist at the Center for Rights and Economics of Sport in Limoges. In rugby, there still remains a certain attachment to clubs and management stability which also explain the stronger relationships of trust between players and managers. They are much less in football where individualism and player trading prevail ”.

However, the current agreements are only a temporary solution to the nagging question of the overly large payroll that clubs are struggling with. To limit it and preserve the fairness of the Top 14, the “salary cap” system has certainly existed since 2010, imposing a cap on this payroll today set at 11.3 million euros. But with the crisis caused by the pandemic, some leaders are campaigning for a lowering of this ceiling. “We can lower our overall payroll because we are the country that pays the best players and we have no objective reason to do so as the competition is limited to England”, underlined Pierre-Yves Revol, the president of Castres, at the beginning of June. England, which has just reduced its own salary cap from 7.7 to 6.6 million euros.

The salary cap system to review

UBB President Laurent Marti is in fact planning to lower the ceiling in France from 11.3 to 9.3 million euros, along with the creation of a “marquee player”, a player with a very high salary which in each workforce would be extracted from the calculation of the payroll. “The subject can be put on the table but be careful not to want to make decisions too quickly, especially at this time when there are still many uncertainties”, avertit Robins Tchale-Watchou.

“The salary cap is a fragile tool with us and is regularly circumvented because, unlike in the United States for example where it was born for basketball, its ceiling is not the result of negotiation but an arbitrary calculation applying to clubs with very disparate budgets, four times less at Agen than at the Stade Français for example, explains Jean-François Brocard. For it to be effective, everyone would have to sit around the table to redefine the rules ”. And there, to get along, there is still a long way to go.

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it raises the number of infections among young people – Telemundo San Diego (20)

According to the count of NBC News, the US reached early this morning of Saturday, the number of 2,467,147 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 125,547 deceased.

Texas and Florida backtracked on Friday, and adopted new measures against the bars, while the daily number of confirmed infections of coronaviruses throughout the united States reached an unprecedented 40,000.

The governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, ordered the closure of all the bars, while Florida banned the consumption of alcohol in those establishments. Both states joined a small but growing list of entities that have been suspended, a greater re-opening of their economies due to flare-ups, mainly in the south and the west of the country.

On Wednesday, the number of new cases of coronavirus by day in the united States, exceeded the peak reached at the end of April, recording more than 45,000 new cases of COVID-19, more than the maximum 36,400 reached on the 24th of April, according to NBC News.

This according to data compiled Wednesday by NBC.

The state most affected by the pandemic remains New York with 395,703 confirmed cases 32,169 deceased.

New York will continue to the neighboring New Jersey with 173,640 confirmed cases and 14,872 deceased, the state of Illinois, with 138,540 infections and 6,847 deaths, and Massachusetts, which has been reported 107,837 positive for coronavirus and 8,013 dead.

Other states with a large number of deaths are Michigan (6,133), Pennsylvania (6,630), California (5,814), and Connecticut, with 4,307.

Health experts have said that it is seeing an alarmingly high number of infections among young people who are coming out again, often without masks and without follow other social distancing measures.

Governor Greg Abbott took the decision to the spike in cases of COVID-19.

“It is evident that the increase in cases is driven primarily by a certain type of activities, as the assistance of texans in the bars,” stated Abbott.

Abbott had undertaken one of the calendarizaciones most dynamic of reopening in the country. The republican had stood up to the demands of that order the use of facemasks and also had refused until last week to allow local governments to impose such a measure.

“The doctors told us at the time, and what is said to who will listen, that this would be a disaster. And what has been”, stated the judge, democrat Clay Jenkins, the authority of highest rank in the county of Dallas. “Once again, the governor acts with slowness. Now you are forced to do the things that you require to do so in the last month and a half”.

Texas reported more than 17,000 new cases in the last three days, and on Thursday reached a record high of nearly 6,000. The second most populous state has also registered daily record of hospitalizations, and Friday surpassed for the first time the 5,000 patients of coronavirus boarding schools.

The couple also has a daughter of 1 year, who also tested positive to the virus.

In Florida, on the instruction of the governor-republican Ron DeSantis, the agency that regulates bars took action after the daily number of new confirmed cases is closer to 9,000, nearly double the record from just two days ago.

Colleen Corbett, a maid of 30 years who works at two facilities in Tampa, was said to be upset and worried to stay again without a job, but pointed out that the restrictions are the correct size. Most customers were not using masks, he said.

“It seems as if they have forgotten that there is a pandemic or just left to worry,” said Corbett.

Several of the states most affected, such as Arizona and Arkansas, have republican governors who have resisted efforts to legislate mandatory use of facemasks and have reiterated the president’s desire to Donald Trump to revive the economy quickly, despite warnings that there could be new outbreaks of coronavirus.

The experts of the federal government estimate that they would be more than 20 million infected with the virus in the US. To see more of Telemundo, visit now.telemundo.com

The number of deaths from coronavirus in the united States has been around 600 per day recently, compared with about 2,200 in the peak reached in April. Some experts doubt that it will reach that level again due to advances in treatment and prevention.

The virus has caused some 125,000 deaths and has infected almost 2.5 million people in the united States, according to a tally by the Johns Hopkins University. But health authorities believe that the number of cases is 10 times higher. At the global level, the virus has claimed close to half a million lives.

Louisiana reported its second day with more than 1,300 confirmed cases, a number that made the democratic governor, John Bel Edwards to suspend a greater lifting of restrictions on mobility. The republican governor of Arizona, Doug Ducey, did the same thing, since the new cases in your state exceed the 3,000 per day, and 85% of hospital beds are occupied.

For the second time in a week, Tennessee reported its biggest daily increase in confirmed infections, with more than 1,400, but the republican governor Bill Lee has been reluctant to re-impose restrictions or require the use of masks.

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what sanitary measures in the polls ?

“We put the package “. Hydroalcoholic Gel, floor markings, masks, visors… Genevieve Muller-Stein, assistant to the mayor (LR) of Sélestat (Bas-Rhin) in charge of the solidarity and of the family assures us : “everything will be ready “ for the second round of the municipal elections. The town council of this small alsatian town is active since 22 may and the announcement by the government of the holding of the election -except in Guyana, where it is deferred – to put in place measures to protect health in its twelve offices to vote.

→ FIND from the 28th of June the results of the second round of the municipal elections 2020, commune by commune

On 17 June, a circular from the ministry of the interior has established” special provisions “for the ballot in order to avoid any risk of the spread of the coronavirus. Wearing a mask is compulsory (unlike in the first round), a distance of one meter between each person to be delimited by a marking on the ground, hydroalcoholic gel at your disposal… Some of these measures had already been put in place during the first round of the elections.

Their application in the emergency department and in a context of a national shortage of mask and hydroalcoholic gel, had, however, proved to be complex for the elect. “We had been coping, remembers Genevieve Muller-Steincompanies located in the region we were given masks and a hospital had supplied us from freezing “. This time, these are the prefectures that were provided to local councils the necessary equipment to ensure the fulfilment of sanitary measures.

Masks and visors

In Grenoble, Laurence Comparat (EELV), the deputy mayor in charge of the general administration and of the digital, fact accounts. “We’re going to need 5 masks for each person in charge of the outfit of the polling station, knowing that we will have 4 people per polling station and that there are 86 in the city “, calculates-t-it. The city council has tapped into the supplies of the prefecture and in its own stocks built up during the health crisis. The presidents of the polling stations, the assessors and the tellers will also be equipped with visors.

→ ANALYSIS. Municipal 2020 : a management of the epidemic of Covid-19 rather favourable to the incumbent mayor

Dual protection can also be adopted to Sélestat. The Alsace region, particularly affected by the epidemic, retains the memory of the death of the mayor of Saint-Louis (Haut-Rhin) Jean-Marie Zoellé, a few weeks after the first round of the elections, reached the Covid-19. “And other elected officials are dead in the region “, sigh for Genevieve Muller-Stein. For “avoid the turnover “ in the polling stations sélestadiens, the participants “will be present from 8 hours to 13 hours or 13 hours to 18 hours, but will not be able to, for example, ensure only 2 hours and be replaced “, “she explains.

Measures not always easy to implement

To avoid the congestion of the polling, the ministerial circular recommends that the city councils not to enter that three voters. A provision that may prove difficult to meet. “Between a gymnasium and a classroom, their configuration can be completely different “, is Laurence Comparat, Grenoble.

→ CASE OF CONSCIENCE. Municipal 2020 : less voice, less weight ?

“It will be fluid, we will not limit the entries drastically to the point of letting people pile up outside “says Genevieve Muller-Stein in Sélestat. The elected alsatian also relies on proxies, facilitated and expanded to two per agent, to limit the number of voters physically present.

Some voters did not vote in the first round because they were afraid

In France, two queues, one for vulnerable people, will be put in place to the outside with a marking on the ground to enforce the regulation distance of one meter between each voter. Some municipalities have also invested in barriers in plexiglass to place in front of the tables in the offices. This is the case in Paris, where the city council has decided to install in its hundreds of polling stations.

The premises will be cleaned several times in the day. “We recommend to the voters to come equipped with their masks and their own pens, but we will provide it to those who do not have and we had to disinfect the pens with gel “said Anne Souyris, the assistant to the health to the mayor of Paris Anne Souyris. A high rate of abstention would constitute a” the form of disappointment “for the elected EELV. “When people don’t come to vote, this is not good for democracy. Some voters did not vote in the first round because they were scared “, she laments.

At Grenoble, also, “we hope it’s going to work “, entrust Laurence Comparat. “The French are back in the shops, in restaurants, at work… one feels a desire to return to normal, including in the exercise of its voting rights. “

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experts say looming disaster – Telemundo Denver

Hospital administrators and health experts warned on Wednesday that some parts of the united States are on the verge of being overwhelmed by a resurgence of the coronavirus, and expressed regret that politicians and the public weary of closures are leaving that disaster to happen.

The united states recorded a total of 34,700 new cases of COVID-19 in a day, the highest figure in two months, from the peak of 36,400 registered in mid-April, according to the count maintained by the Johns Hopkins University.

Even though new confirmed cases have been declining steadily in sites with outbreaks early in the united States, such as New York and New Jersey, several other states set records for one day this week, including Arizona, California, Mississippi, Nevada and Texas. Some of them broke in addition to records of hospital admissions, as it happened in North Carolina and South Carolina.

The united states reached this Wednesday the number of 2,385,348 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and the of 122,450 deceased, in accordance with the count independent of NBC News.

New York remains the state hardest hit by the pandemic with 398,105 confirmed cases and 32,079 dead.

New York will continue to the neighboring New Jersey (173,475 cases and 13,004 deceased), Massachusetts (107,611 infections and 7,938 deaths) and Illinois (138,540 positive and 6,770 dead).

In Pennsylvania there are 87,733 cases, of which 6,573 have resulted in deaths. Meanwhile, in Michigan, have been confirmed 68,555 infections and 6,114 deaths.

California currently has 192,537 infections and 5,677 deaths, while in Connecticut there are 45,899 infected and 4,277 deceased. Florida reached 109,014 cases and 3,281 deceased, at the time that Louisiana collects 52,477 infections and 3,152 deaths.

“People became complacent,” said dr. Marc Boom, director general of the hospital system Houston Methodist. “And the virus is returning and golpeándonos, frankly”.

The stock market plunged considerably on Wednesday after the resurgence of the virus cast a shadow over hopes for a quick economic recovery. The virus has been blamed for more than 122,000 deaths in the united States and more than 2.3 million of confirmed infections.

California, the most populous state, reported more than 7,100 new cases. The count in Florida grew by 5,500 in a day, an increase of 25% compared to the record of the previous week and three times the level just two weeks ago.

In Texas, which began to lift the restrictions of the confinement may 1, the hospital admissions have doubled, and the new cases to triple in two weeks.

Governor Greg Abbott told the channel KFDA-TV that the state goes through a “massive outbreak” and may require new local restrictions to preserve space for hospitalizations in some places.

In the eight hospitals of Houston Methodist in Texas, the count of patients with COVID-19 has increased threefold in the last month, at 312. Approximately 20% of the testing of coronavirus that are now the hospitals are positive, compared with between 2% and 4% in mid-may.

If that trend doesn’t change, the chain of hospitals with 2,000 beds would be 600 patients with coronavirus in the next three weeks and would be forced to cancel surgeries not essential, said Boom.

“We need everyone to behave perfectly and work together perfectly,” to slow down the rate of infections, said Boom. “When I see a restaurant or a business in which the people are not following the guidelines, where they are abandoning the caution, that makes me mad”.

In Arizona, the cases will likely exceed the capacity of beds in the hospitals of the state in the coming weeks if the trend continues, said dr. Joseph Gerald, a professor of political of public health of the University of Arizona.

“We are in serious trouble,” said Gerald, who called the state to impose new restrictions on business, something that the republican governor Doug Ducey has refused to do. Without such measures, says Gerald, the balance of deaths will occur at levels “unprecedented”.

Dr. Peter Hotez, an expert in infectious diseases, said that he is concerned that the states wasted the time they have left to prevent a crisis much greater.

“We are still speaking of subtleties, we are discussing if we should wear masks or not, and we still do not understand that a vaccine is not going to rescue,” said Hotez, of the School of Medicine, Baylor, Texas.

Initially, governor Abbott, also a republican, forbade local officials penalized or multaran people for not wearing masks when he began to be reopened by the state. After cases are fired, Abbott said last week that cities and counties could allow the business would require masks.

In Florida, several counties and cities have recently begun to require face masks in public places and penalizing businesses that do comply with the regulations of estrangement public.

In an indication of the change of the outbreak in the country, New York, Connecticut and New Jersey, announced that it will require visitors from states with high rates of infection must be quarantined for 14 days. It is a change from march, when the governor of Florida Ron DeSantis issued a similar order for the visitors to the New York area, where then were an increase in cases.

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experts say looming disaster – Telemundo Bay Area 48

Hospital administrators and health experts warned on Wednesday that some parts of the united States are on the verge of being overwhelmed by a resurgence of the coronavirus, and expressed regret that politicians and the public weary of closures are leaving that disaster to happen.

The united states recorded a total of 34,700 new cases of COVID-19 in a day, the highest figure in two months, from the peak of 36,400 registered in mid-April, according to the count maintained by the Johns Hopkins University.

Even though new confirmed cases have been declining steadily in sites with outbreaks early in the united States, such as New York and New Jersey, several other states set records for one day this week, including Arizona, California, Mississippi, Nevada and Texas. Some of them broke in addition to records of hospital admissions, as it happened in North Carolina and South Carolina.

The united states reached this Wednesday the number of 2,385,348 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and the of 122,450 deceased, in accordance with the count independent of NBC News.

New York remains the state hardest hit by the pandemic with 398,105 confirmed cases and 32,079 dead.

New York will continue to the neighboring New Jersey (173,475 cases and 13,004 deceased), Massachusetts (107,611 infections and 7,938 deaths) and Illinois (138,540 positive and 6,770 dead).

In Pennsylvania there are 87,733 cases, of which 6,573 have resulted in deaths. Meanwhile, in Michigan, have been confirmed 68,555 infections and 6,114 deaths.

California currently has 192,537 infections and 5,677 deaths, while in Connecticut there are 45,899 infected and 4,277 deceased. Florida reached 109,014 cases and 3,281 deceased, at the time that Louisiana collects 52,477 infections and 3,152 deaths.

“People became complacent,” said dr. Marc Boom, director general of the hospital system Houston Methodist. “And the virus is returning and golpeándonos, frankly”.

The stock market plunged considerably on Wednesday after the resurgence of the virus cast a shadow over hopes for a quick economic recovery. The virus has been blamed for more than 122,000 deaths in the united States and more than 2.3 million of confirmed infections.

California, the most populous state, reported more than 7,100 new cases. The count in Florida grew by 5,500 in a day, an increase of 25% compared to the record of the previous week and three times the level just two weeks ago.

In Texas, which began to lift the restrictions of the confinement may 1, the hospital admissions have doubled, and the new cases to triple in two weeks.

Governor Greg Abbott told the channel KFDA-TV that the state goes through a “massive outbreak” and may require new local restrictions to preserve space for hospitalizations in some places.

In the eight hospitals of Houston Methodist in Texas, the count of patients with COVID-19 has increased threefold in the last month, at 312. Approximately 20% of the testing of coronavirus that are now the hospitals are positive, compared with between 2% and 4% in mid-may.

If that trend doesn’t change, the chain of hospitals with 2,000 beds would be 600 patients with coronavirus in the next three weeks and would be forced to cancel surgeries not essential, said Boom.

“We need everyone to behave perfectly and work together perfectly,” to slow down the rate of infections, said Boom. “When I see a restaurant or a business in which the people are not following the guidelines, where they are abandoning the caution, that makes me mad”.

In Arizona, the cases will likely exceed the capacity of beds in the hospitals of the state in the coming weeks if the trend continues, said dr. Joseph Gerald, a professor of political of public health of the University of Arizona.

“We are in serious trouble,” said Gerald, who called the state to impose new restrictions on business, something that the republican governor Doug Ducey has refused to do. Without such measures, says Gerald, the balance of deaths will occur at levels “unprecedented”.

Dr. Peter Hotez, an expert in infectious diseases, said that he is concerned that the states wasted the time they have left to prevent a crisis much greater.

“We are still speaking of subtleties, we are discussing if we should wear masks or not, and we still do not understand that a vaccine is not going to rescue,” said Hotez, of the School of Medicine, Baylor, Texas.

Initially, governor Abbott, also a republican, forbade local officials penalized or multaran people for not wearing masks when he began to be reopened by the state. After cases are fired, Abbott said last week that cities and counties could allow the business would require masks.

In Florida, several counties and cities have recently begun to require face masks in public places and penalizing businesses that do comply with the regulations of estrangement public.

In an indication of the change of the outbreak in the country, New York, Connecticut and New Jersey, announced that it will require visitors from states with high rates of infection must be quarantined for 14 days. It is a change from march, when the governor of Florida Ron DeSantis issued a similar order for the visitors to the New York area, where then were an increase in cases.

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the Assembly shall adopt “measures of safety” for prisoners coming out of prison

The national Assembly voted on the night of Monday 22 to Tuesday 23 June a proposal for a law LREM controversial providing” safety measures “for those sentenced for terrorism at the end of their sentence.

→ TO READ. Terrorism, LREM offers its own set of “security measures” at the exit of the prison

The judicial authority may impose for five or ten years to these people the obligation to respond to the convocations of the sentencing judge, to establish his residence in a determined place, of prohibitions to enter into a relationship and seem in some places, and still be under the obligation of pointing so that, subject to the agreement of the person, the wearing of an electronic bracelet.

As the elected MoDem, the minister of justice Nicole Belloubet spoke out against the strap,” measure prejudicial to the freedom “among this arsenal. But the ” walkers “, including the former boss of the Raid, Jean-Michel Fauvergue, found the bracelet “ essential “and have predicted that it will reduce the score to once per week.

“We don’t have all the necessary tools “

After bitter debates, the deputies LREM, LR and IDUS have voted the whole of this proposal of law in favor of” the security of the French “the group BIA against what he sees as a” forward flight “and” a semblance of a sentence “for these terrorists released from detention. Socialists and communists have them abstained on the text as” dangerous compared to the founding principles of the law “.

→ TO READ. The Wise focus on the anti-terrorism act

The threat is increasingly homegrown. Persons convicted for acts of terrorism will get out of prison “approximately 150 in the next three years, including” some are still very dangerous “explained Yael Braun-Pivet, president LREM of the law commission. ” However, we do not have all the tools necessary to ensure their follow-up “.

These people” have been convicted in the years 2010 very often for crimes “where these” outputs dry “without” accompanying judicial “but it is a possible year of administrative control, according to another author of the bill, Raphaël Gauvain. The penalties for terrorism have been tightened in 2016, after the wave of terrorist attacks on French soil.

“Penalty after penalty “

The minister of justice has overall supported the proposal LREM, while putting forward a” in urgent need of balance “: no way” to establish any form of justice predictive “on the basis of a” mere suspicion “as to the dangerousness of the person. The text needs to be quickly considered by the Senate, with a view to final adoption by the end of July.

Senators led by Philip Low (LR) filed a similar bill in march, portending a convergence between the two rooms. ” We are on a ridge line “notes Yael Braun-Pivet : safety measures must not amount to a penalty, at the risk of not being able to apply to persons already judged. However, the “walkers” are intended to be of immediate application.

The national Council of bars (CNB), which represents 70 000 lawyers of France, was adopted in the beginning of June a motion against” the sentence after the sentence “, denouncing a text challenging the guarantees of the rule of law and contrary to the declaration of the rights of man.

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Despite the health measures to be strict, an open-air cinema is resistant to Rome

The beautiful adventure of ragazzi of the Piccolo Cinema America dates back to 2012. A group of students, aged 14 to 20 years old, decides to occupy the America, a legendary film of the 1950s is located in Trastevere. Supported by great names of art and culture, they want to save it from real estate speculation.

Its owners had the project to transform it into apartments with parking. Two years later, the occupants are evicted by the police, but the structure will not be demolished. On June 7, 2020, the administrative court confirms that the America is “a property of cultural interest for the State “. It only remains to find new managers for the reopening.

Meanwhile, the president of the association, Valerio Carocci, 28 years old, mobilizes its troops, a crowd of about fifty people, in order to transform the place the most authentic district, in piazza San Cosimato, in place of film projection. Thus it is that, with the financial support of the ministry of culture, the Lazio region, and private organizations, a summer festival in the open air there was born in 2014.

The picturesque place that extends to about 6 000 m2 lends itself well. On one side it is bordered by a market, which is open in the morning, the other of a garden decorated with trees. All around, you will find trattorias, bars and small shops. It is a village in the city, where we still see so many toddlers who hit the ball that number of older people on the benches.

Popular success

In the first edition, was an immediate success, 90 000 spectators in only two months of projections. “Our festival has several characteristicsexplains Valerio Carocci. The entries are free of charge, it is the association that pays a set annual fee, equivalent to 100 000 tickets, to the film industries. We do not plan to that of the films in the original language and with subtitles that are not displayed. Masterpieces of the past, we invite sometimes directors and actors for discussions. “

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More than 100 films per season, including cartoons for children, have been projected in recent years. We could see, in the middle of the stage erected on the square, Ettore Scola and Francesco Rosi before their disappearance. But also Bernardo Bertolucci, Nanni Moretti, Matteo Garrone, Paolo Sorrentino, or even the Iranian Asghar Farhadi.

“We also organize retrospectives of Kubrick to Antonioni passing by Lynch and Agnès Vardaspecifies Valerio Carocci. Our goal is to make summer nights on the piazza San Cosimato an appointment social and cultural for all ages and all nationalities. “

“The beauty of the culture to overcome the trauma of the pandemic,”

Mariolina Mallo, a widow sexagenarian whose only son lives in China, joined the table of the bar where the meeting is held, to provide testimony. “This is like a web woven collectively to break down the walls of loneliness during the months of scorching. I’ve supported this initiative since the beginning, because it also allows you to fill the void of the boredom of young people who, for lack of a better, gather in the squares to drink and use drugs. More than ever, we need to rediscover the pleasure of human relationships and the beauty of the culture to overcome the trauma of the pandemic,”underlines this university lecturer.

But how the association is organized for the projections, this summer, in compliance with sanitary protocols ? “We have almost cancel for these reasons, and because it was hard to get movies “says Valerio Carocci. Finally, the festival, a bit shortened, will begin July 3 and end on August 30.

“Bookings via the Internet, and the wearing of a mask will be mandatory. Dispensers of disinfectant gel will be placed at the entrance, and volunteers will provide supervision. We will be able to accommodate 1,000 spectators per evening. Our motto is to renew the social bonds, respecting the distancing physical “adds-t‑it.

In the program : a retrospective Fellini, to celebrate the centenary of his birth, and other great classics whose titles are not yet released. Among the guests, Mathieu Kassovitz and the famous trio of comedy by Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo. So many canvases to smile to life under the stars.

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The cinemas of Italian reopened

To help the sector which, since the decree of containment of the 8 march, has lost 250 million euros, according to the Anica (the national Association of cinema industries), the 4,000 cinemas of the country were allowed to reopen from the 15th of June, but under certain conditions : no more than 200 spectators per room, temperature by infrared camera, mask-wearing compulsory at the entrance and at the exit (differentiated), not gelati or popcorn in the room.

The members of the same family will be sitting side by side. The other will be moved away from a meter, lateral, and frontal. Online bookings are recommended. Among the films on display, Les Misérables of Ladj Ly, Sonic Jeff Fowler and Lontano Lontano director roman Gianni Di Gregorio.

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faster layoffs, Irap stops and holiday bonuses

A 55 billion umbrella to protect businesses, families and workers from the damage of Coronavirus, which has quickly crossed the borders of the health emergency. The maxi-maneuver confirms the cornerstones of the interventions, from funds to health and civil protection to the renewal of all social safety nets, with the acceleration of the IGC and the autonomous bonus that will come automatically, up to the creation of a bonus for domestic workers and carers and an ad hoc tool, Emergency Income, for families in difficulty.

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Revival decree, go-ahead from the CDM. Conte: «It is worth 55 billion, equal to two budget laws»

There are many measures to accompany ‘Phase 2’, from bonuses to encourage alternative mobility to public transport in large cities (and avoid crowds during peak hours), to discounts and incentives to adapt jobs to the new anti-security rules. Covid up to VAT on the masks, reset to zero for 2020.

FASTER CIG, AUTOMATIC AUTONOMOUS BONUS: The government’s first commitment is to refinance but also speed up the arrival of income support. Faster times for the IGC (another 9 weeks) and also for the one in derogation, which will no longer pass through the Regions but directly from INPS. In 15 days from the application, the institution will pay an advance of 40% of the check. The indemnity for the self-employed will be automatic and always 600 euros for the month of April, while the third month will rise to 1000 euros but for the most damaged. Nearly 4.5 billion allocated.

The relaunch, what it foresees: regularized foreign workers, no to the Irap cut for the banks

SMART WORKING, LEAVE, BABYSITTER BONUS AND SUMMER CENTERS: Hand extended to families, still struggling with schools closed until September. The days of special leave at 50% go from 15 to 30 which you can ask, however, until the end of July. The babysitter bonus also doubles (1,200 euros, 2,000 for health and law enforcement) which can also be used to pay for summer camps. Families with incomes of up to 36 thousand euros will also have a further deduction of 300 euros. Parents can also ask to continue with smart working, provided that there are no mom or dad at home or because they are not working or because they are beneficiaries of income support.

16 THOUSAND PROF, MATURITY FUNDS COMING SOON: We are preparing, however, for the reopening of the schools. The decree allocates one and a half billion between renovations of school buildings and stabilization of 16 thousand teachers. There are also specific funds, almost 40 million, for the cleaning of the classrooms and the protective devices for professors and students who will return to class to support their maturity in a month. 1.4 billion are also coming to the university.

TOURISM PACKAGE, FROM IMU TO HOLIDAY BONUS: In order not to miss the summer season, a substantial tourism package arrives that goes from the stop to the first Imu installment for hotels, hostels, b & b, bathing establishments, spas and campsites to the tax credit for those who choose holidays in Italy, a voucher of up to € 500 for families with Isee up to € 40,000, to be spent partly on accommodation and partly discounted by taxes. To help bars and restaurants to respect the anti-contagion distances, the tax on the additional occupation of public land for outdoor tables is also suspended. Municipalities also expected 100 million for the hole in the tourist tax.

THREE-DIAGRAM FOR BUSINESS AID, STOP IRAP ALMOST FOR EVERYONE: Companies receive three different aids based on revenues, but almost all (with the exclusion of those above 250 million in revenues, less than a thousand businesses) will not have to pass at the cashier in June for the Irap installment. The cancellation is worth about € 4 billion, in addition to the € 6 billion for non-refundable refreshment points under € 5 million (minimum € 1000, calculated on the basis of losses, at 20-25-10%). For smaller companies there will also be discounts on utility bills (€ 600 million) and the 60% rental tax credit extended to all companies. For medium-sized businesses, between € 5 million and € 50 million, there will be a mix of tax incentives for capital increases and the possibility of an intervention by Invitalia with a new ‘Pmì equity fund. Incentives are also provided for individuals who invest in companies damaged by Covid. For companies over 50 million, CDP will come into play. Plastic and sugar tax were then suspended, tax deadlines were postponed to 16 September and compensations increased to 1 million. You also help innovative start-ups.

GREEN BONUS, FROM BIKES TO HOME: Green incentives multiply, from those for mobility (500 euros for bikes and scooters) to the strengthening of the eco-bonus and sismabonus, to 110% if the works will allow a jump in two efficiency classes. For mobility there are also reimbursements for season tickets for public transport and funds for local transport companies.


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UAE announces discovery of an innovative treatment for Corona … and confirms: the results are promising

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Friday, the UAE Ministry of Economy granted a patent for an innovative and promising stem cell therapy for infections of the emerging coronavirus (COFED-19).

According to the Emirates News Agency, this treatment was developed by a team of doctors and researchers at the Abu Dhabi Stem Cell Center, which includes extracting stem cells from the patient’s blood and re-entering them after activation. Patent granted for the innovative way in which stem cells are collected.

And the treatment was tried in the country on 73 cases, which recovered, and the result of the examination appeared negative after the introduction of the treatment to the lungs by inhalation by a fine spray.

Its therapeutic effect is assumed to be by regenerating the lung cells and modifying their immune response to prevent them from overreacting to the Covid-19 infection and causing more healthy cells to be damaged.

The treatment underwent and successfully passed the first stage of the clinical trials, which indicates its safety. None of the patients who received treatment reported any immediate side effects and no interactions were found with conventional treatment protocols for patients / Covid-19 /.

Trials continue to demonstrate the effectiveness of the treatment and are expected to be completed within two weeks.

It should be noted that the treatment was provided to patients in conjunction with traditional medical intervention and will continue to be applied as an aid to the treatment protocols in place and not as a substitute for them.

This treatment, in addition to the medical measures taken, reflects the concerted efforts and commitment of the UAE government to end the epidemic of Covid-19. Non-drug interventions to prevent the spread of the virus, such as staying at home, social spacing, and infection prevention and control measures, remain essential to tackle the disease and its impact on the health care system.

/ ADSCC / is a dedicated healthcare center focused on cell therapy, innovative drugs and advanced stem cell research.

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