prime minister Édouard Philippe stated on Tuesday that from June 2, the parents of children who could not be accommodated in the school for health reasons "will be able to continue to benefit from the provisions relating to partial unemployment ".read also : part-time Unemployment benefit : the companies will have to support 15% of the cost on the 1st of June
"Those who would like to ensure that their children are welcomed to the school and who is not (the) could not, either for reasons of capacity, either because we can't accommodate at this time, for those and for those only, when they have a certificate that will establish the fact that their child may not be accepted, they will be able to continue to benefit from the provisions relating to partial unemployment", has developed the head of the government during questions to the government at the national Assembly. Édouard Philippe stated that he would specify his intentions Thursday during a press conference to clarify the terms and conditions of the second step of the déconfinement.
"If the indicators (health) remain well-oriented, then we can probably organise an opening a little larger schools, to ensure that the health rules can adapt - always with caution to these new conditions, which will welcome more students to the school, to ensure that more teachers come back", he added. "If this is the case - this is a big if - then the number of those who will find themselves in the situation (of not being able to send their children to school) will mechanically decrease from the June 2", is still hoped for by the Prime minister.
Asked by elsewhere on the difficulty for parents to make arrangements with their employers as a function of days of schooling to be irregular and random, Édouard Philippe was called to "engage in debate with the communities teaching, with principals, with teachers to make sure to take into account this constraint."read also : The perverse effects of the "very generous" partial unemployment French
"It is a real constraint, it is perfectly entendable: any reasonable person can perfectly understand that it makes sense to ensure that the entire productive system can get going again, it is the collective interest, it is in the interest of the country and it is probably with good faith, with good will, to ensure that this exchange is a means to settle the issue", he urged.The editorial team conseilleCoronavirus: debate on the end of the unemployment partielAucun comment
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