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The bioethics bill returns to the Senate for second reading

Bioethics issues are making a big comeback before parliamentarians.

From this Tuesday, the project and its flagship measure opening the PMA to all women, returns to the Senate, with a right-wing majority, which narrowly voted for the first time with broad changes.

Last year, the text gave rise, at first reading, to two weeks of intense debate, accompanied each evening by demonstrations against the extension of the assisted reproduction.

The winter truce of evictions extended until June 1

Faced with the health, social and economic crisis that is shaking the country, the government has decided, like last year, to extend the winter truce for rental evictions.

It is thus postponed to June 1 instead of April 1.

The objective is to overcome "the real risk of dropping out of households in difficulty," explained Emmanuelle Wargon in an interview with Le


Monday evening.

A truce on energy cuts due to unpaid heating bills has also been decided.

The ski lifts will remain closed in February

The news will not delight lovers of snowy slopes and professionals in the sector.

Due to the continuing coronavirus epidemic, the ski lifts of ski resorts will remain closed in February, Matignon announced on Monday, without specifying a reopening date.

In order to explain this choice, Jean Castex received, the same day at 5 pm, the actors of the mountain world.

The Prime Minister took the opportunity to take stock of the support measures for the sector which is undergoing an almost total shutdown of its activity.


In Savoie, seasonal workers are blocking access to the Fréjus tunnel to request the opening of ski resorts


In Paris, a rally against abortion brings together between 4,000 and 6,000 people

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