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Macron adheres to its sharp statements against those who do not receive the corona vaccine

Macron adheres to its sharp statements against those who do not receive the corona vaccine

According to the Bloomberg News Agency, French President Emmanuel Macron has confirmed that he will abide by the statements he made earlier this week against those not vaccinated.

In an interview with Le Parisien newspaper last Tuesday, Macron used sharp words to show that people who have not been vaccinated against Govt-19 have no tolerance in any way, and stressed that his government will continue to press for a rapid increase. New infections.

Macron told a news conference in Paris on Friday: “You may be disgusted with the way they speak, but I take full responsibility for them. To raise the alarm, what I did this week must happen fast.”

The comments, which sparked political uproar, came the same week the French parliament debated the new law, saying only those fully vaccinated would be allowed into restaurants, go to museums, attend concerts and ride trains and planes.

The National Assembly (Parliament) approved the bill, which the Senate will discuss next week. The government expects it to take effect from January 15.

“Being a citizen is a right and (obedience) responsibility,” Macron told reporters in Paris during the visit of European Commission President Ursula van der Leyen.

Macron was criticized for saying, “An irresponsible citizen is no longer a citizen.”

Van der Leyen and a delegation of commissioners are visiting Paris to mark the beginning of France’s six-month rotating EU leadership, a period coinciding with the holding of presidential elections.

Macron, a strong supporter of integration with the European Union, said the French president should focus on strengthening Europe on the world stage, supporting equitable economic growth and safeguarding EU values. .

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