overview of the three highlights of the Tuesday, beyond the news related to the Covid-19.
beyond the current crisis in the Covid-19, other news deserve our attention on Tuesday : Agnès Buzyn, who maintains his / her candidature in the second round of the municipal elections in Paris, the controversial adviser Dominic Cummings that causes the resignation of a member of the british government, the Cameo is placed in receivership.
Agnès Buzyn remains the candidate of LREM in Paris
Agnès Buzyn put an end to the suspense on Tuesday, announcing that she was the candidate of LREM to the second round of the municipal elections in Paris, on the 28th of June next. "I am fully committed, determined to finish this campaign. Let's go !" launched the ex-minister of Health heads the list of the boroughs, and his campaign team gathered in a visio-conference.
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A clear, assessed at one month the second round on 28 June, while doubts persisted these last days, in the face of the silence of the candidate and after the postponement at the last minute several meetings scheduled on Tuesday morning.
"I have given much thought to how I could conduct this campaign in exceptional circumstances, political and personal", explained the candidate of LREM, ensuring you have "worked a lot on the device, so we can go head high, hold it, find the resources in it".
Case Dominic Cummings : the controversy causes the resignation of a member of the british government
A member of the british government resigned on Tuesday, disagreed with the rationale provided by the adviser to the Prime minister, Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings, accused of violating the containment. "There are still points of the explanation with which I have concerns," said on Twitter the secretary of State for Scotland Douglas Ross in the aftermath of a press conference, Dominic Cummings explaining the facts.
"The residents of my constituency have not been able to say goodbye to their loved ones, their families have not been able to do their grieving together, people have not been able to visit their sick relatives because they followed the recommendations of the government", said in his letter, Douglas Ross. "I can't, in all good faith, say that they were all wrong and a senior advisor to the government had reason," he continued.
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After three days of controversy, Dominic Cummings, the mastermind of the campaign of the referendum to 2016, which has led to the Brexit, said Monday at a press conference that he acted "legal and reasonable" by browsing through 400 kilometres, despite the containment, which required the British to stay at home. Fearing to be contaminated Covid-19, he explained, has travelled with his wife and their four year old son at home with his parents to Durham, in the north-east of England, because he was looking for a solution to keep her child. It has not expressed any regret or apology.
The company's ready-to-wear Shades placed in receivership
The business of ready-to-wear Shades, a specialist in feminine clothing, which has about 3900 employees in France, including 450 in the head office in Roubaix (Nord), was placed into receivership on Tuesday by the tribunal de commerce of Lille, according to several sources, confirming information from the Voice of The North. Founded in 1984, Camaieu relies on a network of 634 stores in France.
"Heavily impacted by the health crisis, and in the absence of a loan guaranteed by the State (PGE), which would have allowed it to overcome its impact on the activity, the Cameo has been placed under the protection of the tribunal de commerce de Lille", in view of its implementation into receivership", says a source close to the management. "The crisis of the Covid-19 has been the trigger of the difficulties of cash flow. Getting an EMP would have allowed to cope and to complete the funding to continue the transformation begun in October", said this source.
at the Beginning of march, she said, "the company had started to implement its transformation plan and a funding agreement was about to be concluded with the shareholders and the banks", but "the health crisis has forced the group to close brutally over 800 stores in the world." "Its revenue has fallen by 95 %, a shortfall of 162 million euros," said this source.
Thierry Siwik, a trade union delegate CGT, has denounced "a social plan in disguise" in a Cameo that lasts "for several years". "Each month, for the past three years, we are told, because of a decline in activity, between four and five store closures, this avoids to conduct a social plan (...) For us, there is a strategy on the part of management to place the Cameo into receivership, for us they do it for a major restructuring of the company and it is feared many redundancies", he advanced.