Caregivers, administrative staff of health institutions, firefighters, liberal practitioners … 500 days today they are suspended, without pay, without unemployment benefits, without RSA, without anything. An unacceptable situation.
Point-of-View – While 2 million French people were marching in the streets on Thursday, January 19, Emmanuel Macron said from abroad that the pension reform will be done with “determination” because it was in his electoral program. A real provocation.
Four complaints for manslaughter and one for endangering the life of others, that’s a lot for the same establishment. The hospital of Remiremont (88) is in legal turmoil. And this is perhaps only the beginning.
The shortage of gas and electricity and their exorbitant prices are causing a major economic crisis. Companies can no longer pay their bills, and power cuts threaten the health and safety of the French. And it’s not over yet…
This epidemic rebound is all the more worrying for health authorities as it comes on top of the flu and bronchiolitis epidemics. But the French are reluctant to be vaccinated a fourth time and to wear the mask.
For more than a year, attorneys for suspended caregivers have been struggling through a legal imbroglio and calling for a constitutional review of the August 5, 2021 law. So far, their requests have all been rejected. This inevitably raises questions.
Will lawyers succeed in bringing down the vaccination obligation for caregivers and, at the same time, their suspension without pay? To do so, several of them have filed priority questions of constitutionality, in order to have the conformity of the law of August 5, 2021 verified.
The two presidents of the Superior Council of the Judiciary (CSM), Christophe Soulard, who presides over the bench, and François Molins, who presides over the prosecutor’s office, agreed to answer our questions about the malaise of the magistrates.