French PM Philippe To Present Lockdown Exit Plan Soon

French PM Philippe To Present Lockdown Exit Plan Soon
French PM Edouard Philippe
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has announced that he will present the government’s post-lockdown plan to the National Assembly on Tuesday.

France has been under strict anti-coronavirus lockdown since March 17.

Philippe wrote that the “national deconfinement strategy” would be based around six themes: “health (masks, tests, isolation…), school, work, shops, transport, and gatherings.”

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“Since the beginning of the crisis, I have always been careful to respect Parliamentary control: the deconfinement strategy will be announced in the National Assembly,” he wrote.

“My declaration will be subject to a debate and then vote by deputies,” he added.

President Emmanuel Macron had announced that the lockdown measures will be gradually lifted starting on May 11.

 

AFRICA TODAY NEWS, NEW YORK

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