It is always no. The government remains opposed to the reopening to the public of the parks and gardens parisian that calls for the mayor Anne Hidalgo, according to a letter from Prime minister Edward Philip that the Agency France-Presse was able to consult Friday, may 22. "The Île-de-France is, as a whole, classified in this category (red, editor's NOTE), it is not possible, at this stage, to allow the opening of parks and gardens ", writes the head of the government to the municipal official PS in this letter, dated Wednesday.
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"as A matter of public health"
Anne Hidalgo calls for the déconfinement for the reopening of parks and gardens in Paris, seeing it as " a public health issue ". "If you don't open the parks and gardens to stroll, to do sport, to walk, not to go on picnics, Parisians will be returned to the sidewalks, or in spaces like the banks, the canal Saint-Martin ", called the may 13, advancing trails are also to respect the physical distance between the walkers.