Emmanuel Macron was announced on Tuesday 14 July. Jean Castex, confirmed in an interview with readers of the Parisian that wearing a mask would be made compulsory in the "businesses and places open to the public" ended no later than the 1st of August. "If there was before this date that the epidemic took, we would argue this deadline but this is not worth the trouble of distressing the population," said the Prime minister. "As for enterprises, they need to manage on a case-by-case basis, depending on the situation," added Jean Castex, in the course of this "face to face" made on Tuesday after-noon. About a possible resurgence of the epidemic, coronaviruses,Jean Castex has also repeated that a reconfinement would not take place that "targeted on such or such part of the territory or a department".
The Prime minister also spoke about the consequences of the crisis, which among others, suspended sine die the pension reform. While the social partners are expected Friday at Matignon, Jean Castex, reaffirmed the ambition of achieving a universal regime : "we will go, in the long term."
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The social networks, the "Vichy regime"
with Regard to the measures of a financial nature, "I can't say that pensions will be about 27 billion deficit at the end of the year and put it under the carpet", he pleaded, asking for "the opinion of the social partners". "But it is necessary to put some order in the priorities. First, it is investing in the growth that we will have revenues, and that we will be able to repay in the long term debt related to the Covid-19", he continued. "Because, yes, the crisis will have a significant cost, and its consequences will unfortunately not 'free'," said the Prime minister.
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Among the other subjects discussed in the face of the 7 readers of the daily, Jean Castex returned to the anonymity on social networks, believing that there was "something offensive". "We can treat you all the names of all the vices, by hiding behind pseudonyms. In these conditions, the social networks, it is the Vichy regime : does anyone know who that is", he lamented, saying that it "would be necessary to regulate a little bit of all of this." "For all that, could I do it now ? This is not certain", he qualified.p>
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