Reaction to Davutoğlu’s supporters of Berat Albayrak on social media

Former Prime Minister and Chairman of the Future Party, Ahmet Davutoğlu, opened on Twitter to support Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak after the Turkish Lira lost value against the dollar. “We Are With Berat Albayrak” He reacted strongly to his hashtag.

“WHERE DID THE VALUE LOSS OF 155 PERCENT COME?”

“When I handed over the prime ministry in May 2016, the dollar was 2.85. Now they try to keep it at 7.30 “ Davutoğlu said, “Do you know what the loss of value in 4 years? Turkish Lira lost 155 percent of its value. Those who fought to overthrow us that day and to oust the last elected prime minister should give an account. Where did this 155 percent depreciation come from? ” He spoke in the form.

“They have to give another account” Davutoğlu said:

* While introducing the presidential government system to us, they said, “The Turkish economy will fly, we will rise to summits, we will take much more effective decisions, the Central Bank will come under our control.”

* What happened? The Presidential Government System, that is, has lost 60 percent in 2 years since June 2018. For God’s sake, unlike the world market, the Turkish lira losing value this, is it possible for Turkey to gain credibility again?

“THEY ARE IN A TREATY AGAINST THE NATION”

The ruling says’ Do not criticize us for the least. Stating that if you criticize, you will be accused of treason, ‘Davutoğlu said, “I am saying this. Those who reduce the Turkish Lira to this level today cannot talk about the national economy and are in a betrayal against the nation. Let them give an account first, ”he said.

“IT WILL GO BACK 15 YEARS AT THE END OF THE YEAR”

Towards the end of the year will return to Turkey, Davutoglu said the 2005-2006 figures, “Turkey will not give you the account of taking 4 years to 15 years back that we’ll be quiet?” used expressions.

“THEY ARE TURNED TO SOCIAL MEDIA GAMES”

Drawing attention to the campaign launched on social media to protect Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak against economic criticism, Davutoğlu,

* When a minister is criticized, ministers do not come out and take account. They are mobilizing a number of social media campaigns and turning to social media games instead of giving account to the nation.

* The Minister of Internal Affairs declares a curfew 2 hours before and makes one of the events that caused the second wave today, as per the instructions he received that night. Then he explains that he quit. It is getting popular again with a social media campaign.

* The same example, this time the Minister of Treasury and Finance, with a social media campaign last night, what was it, “we will protect the minister of treasury and finance against the imperialists”.

* Friends, our duty is not to protect a minister. Our duty and your duty is to protect the Turkish Lira.

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Back to school: detailed health protocols

We know more about the start of the 2020 school year. After consultations, at the beginning of July, with the Ministry of Health and the High Council of Public Health, the National Education published on Wednesday a text which updates the protocol of the start of June 22 for schools, colleges and high schools. Some points are lightened, others reinforced, and details have been removed to allow more flexibility to institutions. The Ministry of Higher Education for its part published a circular on Thursday, concerning the start of the academic year. It specifies in particular the places where the wearing of the mask is obligatory within the universities, and the measures of social distancing which they are required to respect.

Social distancing and pragmatism

No big change for the rules of physical distancing: in outdoor spaces, students can continue to approach each other, but this time mingling between different classes. In enclosed spaces such as the classroom, canteen or boarding school, establishments must continue to arrange the premises to space occupants at least one meter apart. But when that is not possible, as in many full classes, “Physical distancing is no longer compulsory”. All students are therefore invited to return to class.

In return, students over eleven years old must wear the mask in any enclosed and outdoor space under two conditions that join those of municipalities. increasingly imposing the mask outdoors : when the pupils are moving and when the distance of one meter is not guaranteed, for example when they are placed face to face or side by side. In short, a lot of the time, in most rooms.

However, the text does not deal with meals, when the guests obviously cannot wear a mask. However, physical distancing is no longer mandatory. Contacted, the ministry indicates to return soon on this point.

More flexibility for the little ones

For the youngest, the mask is not recommended, or even prohibited for children in kindergarten. Children can still have access to balls, various games and common equipment, but the new text removes the mention of their daily disinfection or the isolation of objects for 24 hours.

As for teachers, they still do not have to wear a mask in class when they are at least one meter from their students. New: kindergarten staff are totally exempted during their course.

Higher education: “recommendations”

On the higher education side, a circular published Thursday requires the wearing of a mask in the library and recommends it “Strongly” in the classroom, “Even when physical distancing is respected”. Distancing is mandatory, which implies having fewer students per room … when universities expect a flood of new arrivals at the start of the school year. The gauge of the amphitheatres will have to “To be adapted”. Understand: establishments are invited to extend their hours or alternate distance and face-to-face lessons to depopulate the amphitheatres. To avoid dropping out, the Minister, Frédérique Vidal, asks to privilege “as much as possible” the face-to-face.


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Do you want to choose who can reply to your Twitter posts? Here we show you how

Do you want to choose who can reply to your Twitter posts? Here we show you how

  • Editor: Aweita
  • 06 Ago 2020 | 21:19 h

The ones we use Twitter We know that our tweets can be commented on by anyone who follows us or comes across them. Conversation “threads” are often formed that tend to have a very interesting thematic axis. However, there are also cases where we do not want our tweets to be commented on by some people or we simply do not want them to be commented on. It is for this reason that Twitter already allows you to choose who can reply to your tweets and here we will show you how.

We must bear in mind that we have three possible configurations of this aspect. The first is so that everyone can answer you; the second, so that only the people you follow can respond to you; finally, the third will serve so that only the people you mention can comment. These work in the mobile app and in the web version of Twitter. However, it should be noted that it is a function that is being implemented little by little, so you may not have it yet.

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HOW DO I CHOOSE WHO ANSWERS MY POSTS ON TWITTER?

This option is available for iOs and for Android. You can activate it by following the steps that will be detailed below.

  • First, press the button to create a new publication.
  • Below the text of your tweet, there will be a row of options. However, above all of them you will find the option “Anyone can reply.” Click there.
  • Once you have clicked on the option mentioned above, a menu will open where you can choose the response limitation that you want. There, you must press Everyone, People you follow or Only the people you mention. That is, whatever you need.
  • The last step is to simply post what you want and voila.

It should be added that some users may see this option disabled for them. However, a message will appear indicating that you do not allow comment.

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Technology and medicine, hand in hand to achieve social well-being

ANDWe are in the race to achieve the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) set in the government’s agenda for 2030. If we have learned something in these months, it is that time management is essential to lay the foundations and achieve our goals, although 2030 sounds far away.

One of these objectives, the third, seeks to guarantee a healthy life and promote well-being for the population of all ages. This 2020 we have experienced first-hand that, for the world to function, having good health is essential. We cannot speak of a sustainable country if the health of its inhabitants suffers.

To achieve this objective there are multiple tools, but, without a doubt, the fundamental pillar is the health system. Today more than ever, medical professionals and excellent researchers are part of that spine that supports health and well-being. Therefore, one of the ways to reach this goal is by researching and developing new tools that help professionals to carry out their work in a more efficient and comfortable way.

One of the serious problems that we have faced in this crisis and that we must monitor closely is the collapse of health. At this time, we are even alert to possible re-growth. Today, the digitization of medicine offers us an opportunity to fine-tune, monitor, respond agilely and move forward efficiently to achieve these sustainable development goals. Telemedicine tools are key to achieving this and avoiding hospital congestion, without affecting the care and continuous care of the patient.

Telemedicine was already on the rise before this health crisis, but COVID-19 has undoubtedly served to show the potential and common benefit of health care on line. At this time, the rates of virtual health consultations have skyrocketed, according to data from mediQuo, by 153% during the first month of confinement. These numbers reveal the need to continue betting on the development of care on line because it is already a reality; the healthcare world is adapting to the context of a society that is fully connected.

24/7 assistance, early detection, ongoing care, relief for hospital waiting rooms € are some of the many benefits of the use of telemedicine, which undoubtedly translate into the guarantee of a healthy life and a state of wellness. These benefits also directly affect the health professional who, with the use of these tools, has the possibility of exercising their work in a more efficient, safe, and comfortable way.

Technology and medicine is an already unbreakable union. We cannot work on health and wellness goals by leaving technology and its many functions aside. Progress must be hand in hand. Doctors, researchers and society as a whole are aware of this. That is why we have to continue working side by side to achieve those goals set for 2030. Telemedicine will be a fundamental pillar for this development of well-being. Health specialists have in it our best ally for the exercise of our profession and patients can trust that they receive continuous care, anytime, anywhere.

* Medical, Co-Founder & Co-CEO of mediQuo

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Social medicine

I interviewed Hermes Binner when he was conducting a biographical research for the book “Social Dynamics of Hope. Life and work of doctor Juan Lazarte ”. The politician, recently deceased, told me that Lazarte had been one of his references when it came to carrying out his policies in primary health care. Santa Fe has had true teachers in this field. And with Binner one of the executors of social medicine in Argentina went.

In Rosario, the Juan Lazarte Health Institute was created in 1994, which today develops postgraduate activities in epidemiology, service management and health policies. One of the promoters of the institute was Binner, as Secretary of Health during Héctor Caballero’s administration. Its current president, Ernesto Taboada, said: “Juan Lazarte’s medical work is valid for its conceptual contribution to the integration of social medicine and for its approach to medical-social work.”

Today, in the context of a pandemic, medical voices are being heard demanding comprehensive measures. This was Lazarte’s conception that, already in the first decades of the 20th century, fostered that holistic view of the human being and the health-disease process. A similar approach was taken by Dr. Juan Maurín Navarro as Health Director of the Socialist Intendance of Renato Della Santa (1939-1942) in Godoy Cruz, Mendoza.

Binner drank from that tradition in social medicine in Rosario. A classic study that he used to consult, according to his oral testimony, was the book “Problems of social medicine” by Juan Lazarte. They also contacted the lands of Cuyo with the work of Maurín Navarro.

Returning to the figure of Lazarte, let us remember that he had a comprehensive training. In addition to being a biologist and a doctor, he was a sociologist, with some thirty books and hundreds of articles published on scientific, union and social issues. It had its center of action in Buenos Aires, Rosario, Santa Fe, Córdoba and Santiago de Chile. He lived with his family in the Santa Fe town of San Genaro. He participated in social, cooperative and union movements and in the creation of popular schools and libraries in the cities mentioned. He was a professor of sociology at the National University of Rosario (1956-1963).

He was trained in natural and biological sciences in Buenos Aires and La Plata; in genetics in the United States with Morgan (Nobel Prize in Medicine); and as a doctor, at the National University of Córdoba. In his student days, he was one of the leaders of the University Reform of 1918. He appears in the emblematic photo, after the rectory was taken, with his right hand resting on the shoulder of his colleague who is raising the university emblem. As a celebration of the 100 years of the Reform, in 2018, the Rosario Culture Secretariat published the book “Juan Lazarte. Writings on social medicine and other topics ”.

In the field of medical unionism, he was one of the managers in the founding of the Santa Fe Medical Federation and the Medical Confederation of the Argentine Republic (Comra). He was a consultant for Salvador Allende when he was Minister of Health and wrote the book “Chile en la vanguardia”.

Through his work at Comra, he maintained contact with rural doctors such as René Favaloro, whom he considered one of his teachers.

In the 1930s Lazarte gave lectures on republican Spain and was a kind of representative of the republicans in Argentina. For example, Emilio Mira y López, head of the Psychiatric Services of the Spanish Republican Army, at the end of the Spanish Civil War had to go into exile. When he arrived in Argentina, on the recommendation of Lazarte, he was appointed head of the Psychiatric Services of Santa Fe. Today the Psychiatric Hospital of the provincial capital bears the name of that Catalan doctor.

Another advanced in social medicine was the aforementioned doctor Juan Maurín Navarro. Della Santa, mayor of Godoy Cruz de Mendoza, hired him in 1939 as a sanitary doctor. He dedicated his life to the organization and application of social medicine programs and was a professor at the Universities of Litoral and Cuyo.

His work Introduction to social hygiene of Cuyo (1945) was awarded by the National Commission of Culture and in the prologue Dr. Gregorio Araoz Alfaro (Argentine and world authority in social medicine) commented: “Dr. Maurín Navarro is one of the few Argentine doctors who have understood well the social meaning of modern medicine ”. He also valued the work carried out in Godoy Cruz to reduce the causes of infant morbidity and mortality. He considered that this campaign had been a role model “due to the great results achieved in a short time and relatively inexpensively, thanks to his intelligent fervor and his capacity as a practical hygienist.”

Its action focused on the pre and postnatal hygiene of the child and its mother. The action was focused on monitoring the different phases of the cycle: conception, pregnancy, delivery, early childhood and preschool age. The assistance was provided through the prenuptial examination, prenatal surveillance, delivery assistance, protection of the single mother, early care and study of the newborn, care and upbringing of the infant, and preschool care and preservation. Among the achievements we find that in 1941 there were no deaths from diphtheria in Godoy Cruz, unlike those registered in the rest of Mendoza.

“The experience of Godoy Cruz – says Maurín Navarro – serves to verify that in the Argentine interior those magnificent conquests that, in terms of child demography, have been achieved by all cultured and socially evolved foreign media are perfectly feasible and achievable.”

Synthesizing, we can affirm that Lazarte, Maurin Navarro and Binner had a comprehensive observation of the health – disease process that included not only medical aspects but also social and economic problems that cause diseases such as hunger, poor nutrition and unemployment. Among the main contributions of these doctors we find studies, research and practices on the determinants in the health-disease process. This comprehensive conception of medicine is what different health voices in our country demand today.

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Pending renewal with Ducati, Andrea Dovizioso has chosen the four wheels – News

Andrea Dovizioso chooses the four wheels. Stop everyone, it has nothing to do with the rider market and not even the troubled renewal of the contract with Ducati (even if the most mischievous ones could also draw inspiration from it): Andrea Dovizioso simply added a new car among those in his garage. And he communicated it, however, putting a question mark, with a post on Instragram, in front of the shiny SUV Audi RS Q8. “New beast in the garage?” He asked in the comment to the post, adding: “It’s just fantastic.”

We have no trouble believing it: 4000 cubic centimeter V8, zero / hundred in 3.8 seconds, 600 hp and 800 Nm of torque, as well as an original SUV / Coupe line and luxury finishes. Price? It starts from 143k Euros. Speaking of malice, who tells us that is not part of the agreement for the renewal of the contract with Ducati? Or, on the contrary, are we sure he will drive it again next year?

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New social plan at Sanofi

Two weeks after announcing the creation of a new vaccine factory in France and 610 million euros of investment, during a visit by Emmanuel Macron to its site in Marcy-l’Etoile (Rhône), Sanofi has presented, Monday, June 29, his ” 2020 reorganization project ” It plans to cut 1,700 jobs in Europe, spread over three years, including ” 750 to 1,060 In France, where the group still has a quarter of its workforce, or 25,000 people. The last plan, still in progress, dates back to June 2019, and involved nearly 470 people in France and Germany.

→ READ. Paracetamol formula should return to France

The new mainly concerns support and commercial functions, but also R & D positions. If no closure is planned among the 18 French factories, tertiary sites are affected, such as the Paris head office and the Val campus -de-Bièvre. The Strasbourg research center, which has around sixty employees, is also threatened.

Voluntary departures

Departures planned in France will be “ exclusively based on volunteering “, says management. A system of early retirement paid by the company should also be put in place. By proposing very advantageous financial conditions, Sanofi will undoubtedly have no difficulty in finding candidates to leave. ” In previous plans, there were even sometimes more requests than deleted positions, as many people want to leave the group. Explains a manager.

But in the current context, the pharmaceutical giant’s announcement goes badly and the unions denounce “ layoffs that have no place », In the words of Florence Faure, the CFDT delegate. Drug sales were boosted by the health crisis and Sanofi maintained this year the payment of a dividend to its shareholders for a total amount of around 4 billion euros. Sanofi receives “Each year 110 to 120 million euros in research tax credit”, also underlines Thierry Bodin, the CGT delegate.

Group refocusing

These announcements were, however, expected. The group’s new chief executive, the British Paul Hudson, had announced in December, three months after his arrival, that he wanted to save two billion euros by 2022, notably with a disengagement in diabetes and the cardiovascular system for the benefit of l ‘oncology.

The objective is to refocus the Sanofi portfolio on around 100 drugs, three times less than today. The unions are also worried about the sale of the consumer health center, which notably manufactures Doliprane.

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A video of a fire in a residential building in the north-east of Moscow appeared on the Web :: Society :: RBC




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There was a video of a fire in a residential building on Prokhodchikov Street in northeast Moscow. Videotapes were published by eyewitnesses on the VKontakte social network.

The frames show how a black column of smoke rises from the windows of the house. You can see flames in the windows. Under the windows of the house are fire engines.

A fire in a building on Prokhodchikov Street arose on June 29 – four apartments caught fire. According to the Ministry of Emergencies, seven people were saved from the fire, including a child. From a burning apartment, firefighters rescued two people hiding from the fire on the balcony, another five people were rescued from the above apartments.

A TASS source reported that a possible cause of the fire could be a gas leak. Another reason was called by a source to the city news agency “Moscow” in the emergency services of the capital. According to him, a preliminary cause of the fire was a gas explosion in one of the apartments.

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A video of a fire in a residential building in the north-east of Moscow appeared on the Web :: Society :: RBC




Video

There was a video of a fire in a residential building on Prokhodchikov Street in northeast Moscow. Videotapes were published by eyewitnesses on the VKontakte social network.

The frames show how a black column of smoke rises from the windows of the house. You can see flames in the windows. Under the windows of the house are fire engines.

A fire in a building on Prokhodchikov Street arose on June 29 – four apartments caught fire. According to the Ministry of Emergencies, seven people were saved from the fire, including a child. From a burning apartment, firefighters rescued two people hiding from the fire on the balcony, another five people were rescued from the above apartments.

A TASS source reported that a possible cause of the fire could be a gas leak. Another reason was called by a source to the city news agency “Moscow” in the emergency services of the capital. According to him, a preliminary cause of the fire was a gas explosion in one of the apartments.

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The collective agreement break to remove posts without dismissing

► The voluntary departure plan, more restrictive for the company

As the name suggests, a voluntary departure plan (PDV) must be voluntary, and the termination of the employment contract is therefore amicable between the employer and the employee. Initiated by the company in difficulty, this system requires prior consultation with employee representatives.

The employer then opens the plan to all employees or only to a part of them. But in all cases, the POS must be offered to more people than there are planned job cuts, to ensure the “voluntary” side of the plan.

→ BENCHMARKS. What are the differences between PSE, PDV or RCC?

The company must offer severance pay that is more advantageous than that of an economic layoff, and the employee who leaves may claim unemployment benefits. He cannot, however, contest his departure, which is normally voluntary. The employer can refuse a request for voluntary departure of an employee, on condition of justifying it.

In the event of a POS, the company cannot immediately recruit new employees and must then give priority to its former collaborators who have left if there are re-hires.

► The collective collective break, the more flexible novelty

In force since the reform of the Labor Code in 2017, collective agreement termination (RCC) does not need to be justified by economic problems and can be offered regardless of the company’s financial situation. As for a voluntary departure, the employee can refuse to leave within the framework of an RCC.

→ READ. First implementation of collective collective breaks

The company must first conclude a collective and majority agreement with employee representatives. The content of the text must then be validated by Direccte, the regional service of the Ministry of Labor. This agreement must specify, among other things, the amount of compensation guaranteed to employees, the conditions for leaving, and the criteria for separating between employees who are candidates for departure.

For the employee who leaves the company, the severance pay must also be higher than that in the event of redundancy. He can claim unemployment benefits and cannot contest his choice either. However, a volunteer who has left does not benefit from priority for possible re-employment within the company.

→ DEBATE. Should wages be cut to avoid layoffs?

It should also be noted that this 2017 reform also introduced collective performance agreements. “Rediscovered” with the coronavirus crisis, these agreements allow companies to adjust wages and working hours to cope with financial difficulties.

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