The national Assembly voted on Tuesday night a bill LREM allowing employees to "donate" leave in the form of holiday vouchers to caregivers, a text deemed "off-topic", or even "a little obscene" by the left opposition, in view of the difficulties of the hospital.
This measure, adopted in first reading prior to its consideration by the Senate, would allow the "solidarity of the French express", after the crisis of the sars coronavirus. It "monetizes days of rest for employees in the form of holiday vouchers to the caregivers," explained the rapporteur LREM Christophe Blanchet. But this device, which must be specified by order, do "not substitute for the wide-ranging measures necessary to give more resources" at the hospital, stressed that elected in Calvados.read also : Coronavirus: the census is still incomplete caregivers who contracted the virus
To the minister of Labour Muriel Pénicaud, "this act of generosity will help in the same time to contribute to the recovery of the tourism sector is very strongly affected" by the epidemic. In parallel, the minister has, in turn, insisted on the timing of the "Ségur Health", supposed to realize the increases in wages and the means promised for the caregivers, and that "the findings are expected in July".reactions rather negative
For the socialists, Boris Vallaud has been a part of a "malaise" in the face of the bill "inaboutie" and "off-topic", in the light of the difficulties of the hospital. According to Caroline Fiat (BIA), this is "not to the citizens to thank the staff, but to the State". Rather, it has been proposed to the French "to ask a day of RTT," to "manifest" 16 June, day of action of trade unions and collective hospital.
For its part, the communist Pierre Dharréville has blasted the "chutzpah" of this proposal of law LREM "a bit obscene". "You believe that because you are going to offer holiday vouchers, you are going to forget," the management of the crisis, has launched the sovereignist Nicolas Dupont-Aignan. While indicating that his group would support the text, the ex-LREM and "health care" Annie Hatter (Ecology Democracy Solidarity) has regretted "measuring scoop". "It is a gesture, a mark that is modest to express our deep gratitude," responded for its part, Agnès Firmin Le Bodo (Acting Together) to defend the measure.
Supported by elected members of the various board, the elected LR Maxime Minot has accused the deputies LREM a "plagiarism dishonest" and a "pale copy", emphasising having filed on march 22, a proposal for a law in this sense.
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