What’s happening? Stropnický said goodbye to his surrogate grandchildren

Although it is Stropnický from his first marriage the father of three adult children, a son Matěj (36) and daughters Anna (31) and Františka (25), he is not yet a grandfather. But the branches of his wife’s children richly make up for it Veronika Žilková (58). “He is already a three-time surrogate grandfather and his grandchildren love him,” the actress revealed, adding that it will certainly be the same with Nelly. She was born on July 21 to Jan Herclík (29), the adopted son of Žilková. Now, for the first time, Veronika boasted of a new addition to the family in the photo. “The surrogate grandfather leaves, so he went to say goodbye to Nelly,” adds the actress, from whose children the other two come. Stropnický stepchildren – Kryšpín (9) and Mia (2) Agatha Pracharova (35).

Žilková is leaving her husband! And Slováková is being sued by Pirates, she is also facing accusations of racism!

When Stropnický sees his family again, he is in the stars. “Israel is closed to tourists due to the disease and no one knows how long it will take. So it is possible that my husband and I will not see each other until Christmas, because that is the only way we will not be able to see him, “says Žilková, who and her husband enjoyed their free time at Plumlov Castle, where Lope de Vega’s newly discovered play will premiere this weekend. Women and servants translated by her son Cyril. “Martin wanted to see the general before departure and he really liked it,” rejoices Veronika.

Matěj Stropnický invites you to the chateau in Osečany and also to the theatrical summer


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Sign: San Juan had the country’s first return to schools, it was voluntary and with 70% of students

According to a survey of the local Education portfolio accessed Scope, attendance in the morning shift was 70.46%. The breakdown showed 49% (in the primary) and 67.12% (secondary). In those of Technical Education it was 76.44%. But if the magnifying glass is put only in the primary and secondary private management, it climbed to 89.28%. Tonight the dissemination of the late shift attendance percentages was delayed.

“It is his historic step for the Argentine educational system” In the qualifier, the Minister of National Education agreed, Nicolas Trotta, and the Peronist Sergio Uñac, the political protagonists of this first day of the “new educational normality”, which was followed closely by the rest of the governors.

In the framework of a majority of provinces still without a return to school date due to the zigzags of the contagion curve, One does: Raúl Jalil, from Catamarca, summoned students from rural schools to restart classes next Tuesday.The country celebrates the step that San Juan is taking and that is essential so that other provinces with the same sanitary status can begin to advance in a safe return”To the classrooms, Trotta raised.

Expectation and protocol

“I really want to study and be with my classmates, I missed them a lot,” he said. Rodrigo, 11 years old, at the 12 de Agosto School. “They told us that we have to respect cleanliness, so we are preparing,” he said. Juan Ignacio, of 12.

In San Juan, that transits Phase 5 and has the lowest score of confirmed cases in the country -22-This return had to respect a sanitary protocol agreed with the national Ministry of Education and the rest of the provinces.

In addition to being limited in nature (the five departments of Greater San Juan, with the highest demographic density, were left for later), He was a volunteer, faced with the fears that cross the educational community in the country. For the families that chose not to send their children, a virtual teaching scaffolding or with booklets was designed.

“The word ‘volunteer’ has had the opposite effect; If we had put “mandatory” the parents might have been upset, but we told them that all the conditions are in place due to the low level of contagion and this morning all the boys were there”, Highlighted this Monday Uñac.

The governor thus referred to attendance at the remodeled 12 de Agosto School in Pocito, which was repopulated with white overalls. There was the central act after 9 o’clock, with the participation -via videoconference- of Trotta; from the lieutenant governor Roberto Gattoni and the provincial Minister of Education, Felipe De los Ríos. The official survey later confirmed that look.

The restart had to respect the instructions imposed by the protocol. For this reason, the obligatory nature of the mask and the distancing in classrooms (at least 1.5 meters) and recesses (at least 2 meters), the measurement of body temperature when entering and the measures of personal hygiene and disinfection of surfaces and objects prevailed . Each student received a hygiene kit and the teachers received disinfected acetate masks.

It was the debut of the “bubble classrooms”, with up to 15 students per grade and banks in groups of two to four, looking at the center, to limit the quarantine to each group against potential infections. The grades with more than 15 students were divided into two groups, with attendance every other week and combined with remote teaching.

The pioneering experience of San Juan will leave lessons and suggestions for the path that, sooner or later, the rest of the provinces will have to face.

“Economy in full operation”

In a day that made San Juan the center of national attention, Uñac highlighted the joint work with the Ministry of Education to design and agree on a “responsible” and monitored return to face-to-face classes.

But the president expanded the magnifying glass and inserted the step taken this Monday in the context of the present San Juan, which boasts the virtue of having the lowest number (22) of confirmed cases of coronavirus in the country, which places it comfortably in Phase 5.

“The economy is fully operational in the province of San Juan, and it was an obligation in the land of (Domingo Faustino) Sarmiento to generate the return to face-to-face classes”, He emphasized in dialogue with Novaresio 910 (La Red).

And he scored in that batch -with compliance with rigorous protocols through- to “agriculture, livestock, industry, commerce, domestic tourism, mining, public and private construction works, sports -except football- and cultural and recreational activities.”

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Mike Tyson, on fire in and out of the ring

They say that, in his moments of glory, Tyson made 300 million dollars, but they also assure that all his promoter Don King stole it.

The one with the hair on end came to give Tyson a Bentley of the year after one of his great days, but long after, when the accountants were reviewing the champion’s numbers, they noticed that Don King had charged the luxurious car to the account of his “protégé.”

In 1998, Tyson sued Don King for $ 100 million, eventually reaching a settlement for which he agreed to just $ 14,000.

On July 24, Tyson signed the agreement via Zoom for the eight-round exhibition fight with Jones Jr., on September 12, at Dignity Health Park –without public– in Carson, California, and with a cigarette of marijuana in the mouth showed the contract before the cameras.

According to the TMZ portal, the short video application -triller- advanced $ 50,000 for the rights to the fight, and Tyson expressed that he will deliver the proceeds of this fight to those most in need.

Mike Tyson’s representatives – one of them is the attorney Vincent Fuller, who makes $ 5,000 a day – immediately contacted the publication to explain that his sponsor is committed to charitable causes, especially in the pandemic, and the exact amount of your donation will be announced after the match with Jones Jr.

Meanwhile, an exultant Jones Jr. shouted from the rooftops that the fight with Tyson has a potential of 10 million dollars for him, if the Pay Per View, PPV, sales, at $ 49.99, are successful.

Michael Gerard Tyson, born on June 30, 1966 in Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York – the same neighborhood of current Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores – became the youngest world champion in the history of heavyweights, after knocking out Jamaican Trevor Berbick in the second round in the fight for the crown of the World Council of Boxing, in Las Vegas, on November 22, 1986.

Tyson had come into the fight after 25 wins before the limit in 27 fights.

He reigned for 15 years in the highest division of boxing. He defeated everyone he faced. He became the only heavyweight to accumulate three crowns at the same time, adding that of the World Boxing Association and the International Boxing Federation.

He remained undefeated until February 11, 1990, at the Tokyo Dome, to the general surprise, an unknown James “Buster” Douglas knocked him out in the tenth round of a fight agreed to 12.

Outside the ring, Tyson’s life was peppered with dramatic incidents. His father abandoned his mother Lorna Mae Tyson, and Mike grew up on the streets of a really dangerous neighborhood. By age 13, he had already racked up 38 arrests for misdemeanors such as wallet and shoplifting.

“I never saw my mother happy with me and proud of me for something,” confessed Tyson. “She only knew about me that I was a boy lost in the street, who came home with different clothes and she knew that I had not paid for what I was wearing. I never had a chance to speak to or meet her. Professionally, that didn’t affect me, but it’s something emotionally and personally shocking ”.

Mike Tyson

In this Aug. 2, 2019, photo, former world boxing champion, heavyweight Mike Tyson, stands in Dana Point, Calif.

Photo by Willy Sanjuan / Invision / AP, file

Tyson was saved from jail because his crimes had been committed when he was under 16 and was assigned to the Spofford Juvenile Detention Center in the Bronx. He was later transferred to the Tryon School for Boys.

Once Muhammad Ali visited that center, Tyson was impressed with the impact the legendary character caused in his wake.

Tryon School counselor Bobby “Irish” Stewart, a former Golden Gloves champion, says that one day at school Tyson approached him to say he wanted to box. Considering the terrible behavior of the young man, Stewart thought it was a good idea and took him to Cus D’Amato, a coach who led 20 world champions, including Floyd Patterson and José Torres.

At the time, Tyson was 16 and his mother died. D’Amato and his wife adopted him. Tyson remembers those as the best years of his life. He finally had a functional family and that balanced him and gave him stability. On November 4, 1985, D’Amato died and for Tyson it was as if a high-speed car had lost its brakes.

They all wanted to get a slice of Tyson. He married actress Robin Givens in February 1987. A year later, on Barbara Walters’ prestigious 20/20 program on national television, Givens, in the presence of her mother and Mike, accused her husband of being manic-depressed and torturing her. Shortly after they divorced and she took a fortune.

In all, Tyson was married three times and had seven children.

Another severe blow to Tyson occurred when Miss Black Rhode Island, Desiree Washington, 18, accused him of raping her and as a result, the boxer spent three years in prison and could not fight from June 1991 to August 1995. Tyson argued that the girl went up to her hotel room of her own free will. The jury found that this did not mean that she wanted to have sex with him.

He regained the world title and then lost it to Evander Holyfield, who in a second fight had a piece of his ear bit off in the ring.

Tyson later admitted to being an alcoholic and addicted to cocaine. He reformed and embraced religion. Those who have seen him train these days assure that his punch is as fearsome as when in his golden years ESPN declared him the man who hits the hardest in boxing history.

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Boca Juniors: the four Colombians summoned by Russo for the return to training | Colombians Abroad

In Argentina the clubs have already received the ‘ok’ to return to training individually at the facilities, and in Boca Juniors they are already getting ready for the return.

This Friday, the players of the blue and gold squad performed the coronavirus test, in order to start with differentiated practices next Monday at the Ezeiza campus.

The xeneize coach, Miguel Ángel Russo, defined the initial squad with which he will return to sports practices, after the long time of inactivity caused by the pandemic, in which the presence of the four Colombians, and the team captain, stands out. Carlos Tevez.

According to the newspaper ‘Olé’, Sebastián Villa, Jorman Campuzano, Frank Fabra and Sebastián Pérez, are part of the initial list of almost 30 players who will be in the return to individual training.

So, these are the players Russo cited to resume practice next week:

Carlos Tevez, Izquierdoz, Salvio, Marcone, Lisandro López, Mas, Pol Fernández, Buffarini, Zárate, Ábila, Hurtado, Villa, Campuzano, Almond, Reynoso, Capaldo, Jara, Obando, Fabra, Ávila, Zambrano, Sebastian Perez, Andrada, Agustín Rossi, Roffo, Weigandt, Bou and Retegui.

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The UN urged Argentina and the United Kingdom to resume the dialogue on Malvinas

After the fact, the Argentine Foreign Minister, Felipe Solá, he assured that “the recovery of the full exercise of sovereignty over the Malvinas constitutes a State policy and a sentiment of the Argentine people.”

“The UN Decolonization Committee clearly recognizes that there is a sovereignty dispute and calls Argentina and the United Kingdom to dialogue, and our country reiterates once again its permanent willingness to negotiate”Solá said.

The determination was co-sponsored by all the Latin American countries that are members of the Special Committee: Chile, Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Venezuela. Year after year, since 1983, The Special Committee calls on Argentina and the United Kingdom to resume negotiations in accordance with General Assembly resolution 2065 (XX) and subsequent resolutions on the Question of the Malvinas Islands.

The Secretary of the Malvinas, Antarctica and South Atlantic, Daniel Filmus, highlighted the “need to resume a substantive dialogue on the sovereignty dispute” and urged the United Kingdom “to comply with the duty imposed by International Law to peacefully resolve this dispute and put an end to a colonial situation, anachronistic in the 20th Century. XXI “.

In addition, he remarked that “Argentina achieved a historic advance to consolidate sovereignty over the Malvinas after the National Congress unanimously sanctioned the law creating the National Council for Matters Relating to the Malvinas Islands, a plural body that will have the objective of drawing up and sustaining State policies in the medium and long term ”.

The Special Committee on Decolonization, created in 1961 as a subsidiary body of the United Nations General Assembly, has the function of ensuring the application of resolution 1514 (XV) of the United Nations General Assembly and, within this framework, annually examines the 17 colonial situations that are still pending decolonization, adopting resolutions that allow progress towards the end of colonialism.

The call of the United Nations for the resumption of negotiations between Argentina and the United Kingdom as a way to resolve the dispute is shared by various multilateral forums, such as the Organization of American States (OAS), MERCOSUR, the Group of 77 plus China, the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) and the Ibero-American Summits, among others. However, the UK persists in its refusal to resume negotiations on this matter.

The news comes just a day after the Congress will approve a package of measures sent by the Executive to “strengthen sovereignty” over the Falkland Islands and the South Atlantic.

This Tuesday, after the approval of the Senate, Deputies gave the green light to different measures such as the creation of the Council of Malvinas and the new demarcation, which extends the Argentine continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles.

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a thousand people return every day from a red zone

The flow of forms reduced somewhat after the weekend.

According to the latest figures, a thousand people return each day from a red zone, forcing them to take a test and observe a 14-day quarantine.

In addition, around 5,000 travelers return daily from an orange zone. Testing and isolation are not compulsory for them but well recommended.

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Ideas to make family allowances more “fair”

We thought the debate was appeased. Now the measures taken during François Hollande’s five-year term are again the target of a heavy fire of criticism. Two documents released in quick succession show that the equity objective that was then put forward did not achieve its goal.

The first comes from the National Assembly, where the deputy MoDem Nathalie Élimas, in recommendations for “The adaptation of French family policy to the challenges of the XXIe century », advocates abandoning these measures, as well as a payment from the first child.

The second salvo came on Thursday, June 25, with the publication of a study commissioned by Unaf from the French Observatory of Economic Conditions (OFCE) according to which the purchasing power of couples with children has decreased over the past ten years. .

A boomerang argument

It is however in the name of social justice that the previous majority had adopted these two flagship measures that are the modulation of family allowances according to income, as well as the ceiling of the family quotient. An argument that comes today in boomerang to question the relevance of these reforms.

→ MAINTENANCE. Christelle Dubos: “We do not want to pay family allowances from the first child”

The OFCE study thus puts forward new figures on the purchasing power of families. It shows that, since the economic crisis of 2008, « lcouples without children have been used less than couples with children ”. The gap widens very significantly in the wealthiest households. “Couples without children have lost € 1,000, while couples with three or more children have lost € 10,000”, notes the observatory.

Above all, these money transfers have not necessarily kept their promises in terms of redistribution. In fact, only single-parent families benefited from it. All the others saw their purchasing power decrease over the period. Couples with a child (under 14) have seen their income drop by € 20 each month.

Couples with two children lost € 79 each month. Proof, according to Unaf, that the socio-fiscal measures were not painless for middle-class couples, who nevertheless support the birth rate the most. Nor would they have been very effective in terms of poverty reduction, since, according to the study, among the households with the lowest incomes, the more couples have children, the less they are supported.

“It all depends on the objective we are pursuing”

How, therefore, to introduce real justice in the payment of family allowances? Vast debate, experts reply. “What can be considered fair family allowances depends, in fact, on the objective pursued, begins Henri Sterdiniak. Basically, there are two schools. The first considers that the goal must be to lift children out of poverty. The second believes that family allowances should allow people with children to have the same standard of living as those who do not have children. “

The second prevailed for a very long time. “The ideal, today, would be to hold the two ends of the chain, continues Henri Sterdiniak. At the same time make the family allowances universal, by paying them from the first child and by going back on the measures of the Holland five-year term, and ensuring that no child lives below the poverty line by strongly increasing the RSA for families with children. It is possible but expensive. “

Economist Marc de Basquiat believes that“It would also be necessary to re-examine in depth certain gaps which are widening”. And to cite as an example single parent families which are “Overwhelmingly supported, including when they have good income”.

The study carried out for Unaf shows that they have earned up to € 900 per month in ten years, while all categories of couples with children have lost purchasing power. “This raises questions of equity and discourages re-union. Is this what we want? “, questions the economist.

This defender of universal income therefore proposes to no longer support this or that type of family but to ensure “That each child, whoever he is, receives € 200 per month up to the age of 14 and then € 250 beyond”. Put in these terms, family policy would become, he argues, “Readable by all and fairer”.

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How are family allowances calculated

The amount of full-rate allowances amounts to € 131.95 per month for two children, € 301 for three and € 169.06 more per additional child.

Modulation. These amounts are halved for families with an income greater than € 69,309 net per year and by four for those earning more than € 92,381 annually.

The calculation of the family quotient. In 2013 and 2014, the family quota ceiling was lowered twice, from € 2,336 per half share to € 1,500 per half share. Overall, this led to an increase in family taxation by € 546, then by € 780.

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Ideas to make family allowances more “fair”

We thought the debate was appeased. Now the measures taken during François Hollande’s five-year term are again the target of a heavy fire of criticism. Two documents released in quick succession show that the equity objective that was then put forward did not achieve its goal.

The first comes from the National Assembly, where the deputy MoDem Nathalie Élimas, in recommendations for “The adaptation of French family policy to the challenges of the XXIe century », advocates abandoning these measures, as well as a payment from the first child.

The second salvo came on Thursday, June 25, with the publication of a study commissioned by Unaf from the French Observatory of Economic Conditions (OFCE) according to which the purchasing power of couples with children has decreased over the past ten years. .

A boomerang argument

It is however in the name of social justice that the previous majority had adopted these two flagship measures that are the modulation of family allowances according to income, as well as the ceiling of the family quotient. An argument that comes today in boomerang to question the relevance of these reforms.

→ MAINTENANCE. Christelle Dubos: “We do not want to pay family allowances from the first child”

The OFCE study thus puts forward new figures on the purchasing power of families. It shows that, since the economic crisis of 2008, « lcouples without children have been used less than couples with children ”. The gap widens very significantly in the wealthiest households. “Couples without children have lost € 1,000, while couples with three or more children have lost € 10,000”, notes the observatory.

Above all, these money transfers have not necessarily kept their promises in terms of redistribution. In fact, only single-parent families benefited from it. All the others saw their purchasing power decrease over the period. Couples with a child (under 14) have seen their income drop by € 20 each month.

Couples with two children lost € 79 each month. Proof, according to Unaf, that the socio-fiscal measures were not painless for middle-class couples, who nevertheless support the birth rate the most. Nor would they have been very effective in terms of poverty reduction, since, according to the study, among the households with the lowest incomes, the more couples have children, the less they are supported.

“It all depends on the objective we are pursuing”

How, therefore, to introduce real justice in the payment of family allowances? Vast debate, experts reply. “What can be considered fair family allowances depends, in fact, on the objective pursued, begins Henri Sterdiniak. Basically, there are two schools. The first considers that the goal must be to lift children out of poverty. The second believes that family allowances should allow people with children to have the same standard of living as those who do not have children. “

The second prevailed for a very long time. “The ideal, today, would be to hold the two ends of the chain, continues Henri Sterdiniak. At the same time make the family allowances universal, by paying them from the first child and by going back on the measures of the Holland five-year term, and ensuring that no child lives below the poverty line by strongly increasing the RSA for families with children. It is possible but expensive. “

Economist Marc de Basquiat believes that“It would also be necessary to re-examine in depth certain gaps which are widening”. And to cite as an example single parent families which are “Overwhelmingly supported, including when they have good income”.

The study carried out for Unaf shows that they have earned up to € 900 per month in ten years, while all categories of couples with children have lost purchasing power. “This raises questions of equity and discourages re-union. Is this what we want? “, questions the economist.

This defender of universal income therefore proposes to no longer support this or that type of family but to ensure “That each child, whoever he is, receives € 200 per month up to the age of 14 and then € 250 beyond”. Put in these terms, family policy would become, he argues, “Readable by all and fairer”.

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How are family allowances calculated

The amount of full-rate allowances amounts to € 131.95 per month for two children, € 301 for three and € 169.06 more per additional child.

Modulation. These amounts are halved for families with an income greater than € 69,309 net per year and by four for those earning more than € 92,381 annually.

The calculation of the family quotient. In 2013 and 2014, the family quota ceiling was lowered twice, from € 2,336 per half share to € 1,500 per half share. Overall, this led to an increase in family taxation by € 546, then by € 780.

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Gref called his worst nightmare return to the government :: Business :: RBC

The head of Sberbank German Gref said that he did not consider it possible to return to the government. According to him, after ten years, he does not see himself in Sberbank

Herman Gref

(Photo: Eugene Razumny / Vedomosti / TASS)

Answering a question from the TASS agency, how does he see his worst nightmare, Gref replied: “Honestly? I am returning to the government. ” According to him, after ten years, he does not intend to work either in Sberbank, or in any other large company.

“In addition to working at the bank, there was another happy period in my life – teaching at the university. Maybe I’ll be back in the field of education. I’m interested in technology, venture capital investments, ”said Gref.

Commenting on the work of the cabinet in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, Gref compared it with what happened in 1998. “The government cannot be envied, if only for the reason that in the second week of its existence, he got the coronavirus. One can only compare this with the default of 1998, which occurred shortly after the arrival of Sergei Kiriyenko in the White House, ”said the head of Sberbank.

Gref predicted a sharp ruble appreciation by the end of the year

Photo: Stoyan Vasev / TASS

According to Gref, in the midst of quarantine, the Cabinet of Ministers “worked, without exaggeration, 20 hours a day” in search of solutions to the situation.

“No one expected such stress. The worst thing at that moment is inaction. He was absent. A series of actions may have turned out to be vain and incorrect, as we understand with a hind mind, but then it seemed that these were absolutely correct reactions, ”Gref said.

He appreciated the head of Sberbank and the actions of the Central Bank, which, according to him, “worked very well.” “The necessary steps were taken in time, which allowed us to untie our hands a bit and support our customers. We carried out a gigantic restructuring as soon as possible, renewed as many loans in a week as in the whole of 2019 – more than a trillion rubles for legal entities, ”Gref said.

In 2000-2007, German Gref headed the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade. Prior to that, he worked in various positions in the government of the country and the administration of St. Petersburg.

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How to avoid homelessness for the homeless?

It is a completely atypical period that we have just gone through. To prevent the homeless from being massively affected by the epidemic, the State funded, during the confinement, a very large number of emergency accommodation places. He first extended the winter break, until May 31 and then until July 10, which had the effect of keeping the approximately 15,000 spaces available during the winter. It has also created nearly 20,000 additional places, including 12 to 13,000 at the hotel.

“This is approximately 35,000 additional places compared to the same period last year, which represents a very significant effort”, recognizes Florent Gueguen, director of the Federation of Health Actors. “This had a very positive impact since at the national level, the number of calls made to 115 decreased by more than 70%. I have been following these figures since 2012 and they have never been so good. “ Logically, the number of unmet accommodation requests has also decreased. « In many medium-sized cities, we have almost reached the zero homeless objective. This shows that there is no fatality and that if we want to give ourselves the means, we can solve the problem of the homeless ”, he concludes.

A significant improvement for families

However, this picture is not as positive everywhere. Certain departments such as Isère, Gironde and Nord, which have kept rates of “unsupported requests” above 90%, have made little progress. In addition, single men were housed less often. And all those who no longer call 115 remain outside the radars. But, for families, things have improved significantly. In Paris, which had a record number of street children at the end of 2019, the number of unmet requests for families fell below 200, while it was close to 800 at the start of March.

It remains to be seen what will happen from July 10, the date of the end of the state of health emergency and the extension of the winter break. Associations fear that many of these places will disappear. The problem is both budgetary and land. Financially, the amending finance law provided for an additional 200 million euros, an increase of 10% of the budget, but these credits must cover the additional costs already allocated to the management of the crisis. But it will also be necessary to anticipate the return to normal activity of hotels, holiday centers or student residences used during the period.

If, at the national level, the Ministry of Housing “Do not note any significant drop in hotel availability”, in Seine-Saint-Denis, this movement seems to have already started. From the second half of May, 115 de Seine-Saint-Denis “Observes an increase in unsuccessful requests for the benefit of people previously taken care of at the hotel”, according to a note from the Integrated Reception and Orientation Service 93. This one mentionse “1,351 individual requests” for which “The shelter could not be continued”, 65% of which are families with children. Since then, 270 have been relocated, but 95 remain unresolved. « If the entire fleet is not maintained, we will go from a health crisis to a humanitarian crisis ”, alert Florent Gueguen, in unison with the other associations.

“Relaunching mobility towards sustainable housing”

Housing Minister Julien Denormandie seems to have heard them. In a circular to the prefects dated June 3, he asked for“Avoid any delivery to the dry street”. In particular, “Mobility must be relaunched towards sustainable housing”, indicates his cabinet, where it is stated that the prefects have set the objective of making 3,000 HLM allocations in June and July. The creation of family pensions and rental intermediation accommodation, solutions recommended by the Housing Plan, is also encouraged. But without knowing whether we will use more of these devices. In addition, nothing is said about the people, very numerous in social hotels, who do not have a residence permit whose children have grown up in France and who, as such, cannot be expelled.

“The watchword is effectively:“ no dry exits ”. But for the moment, the guarantees of its implementation are not met ”sums up Christophe Robert, director general of the Abbé Pierre Foundation. The minister is expected to make announcements next.

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Fewer calls to 115 during containment

The number of calls to 115, the emergency number to request accommodation decreased by 70 to 80%, depending on the different channels identified, between the week of February 10 to 17 and that of May 4 to 10. At 115 in Paris, calls were divided by 6.5.

The number of overnight stays awarded increased by 15% between March 2 and April 13. They particularly climbed in hotels and rather fell in centers, where the people accommodated were kept during confinement.

The number of “unsupported requests” for lack of space decreased from 2,438 on March 2 to 1,500 on average during confinement, before rising since. In 115, from Paris, their number decreased by 43.5% between March 2 and May 13.

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