faced with the shortage of masks, a group of carers seizes the Council of State

Faced with the shortage of protective equipment that persists in France, several unions of doctors and nurses have decided to refer the matter to the Conseil d’Etat, the highest administrative court in the country, for “serious and unlawful interference by the ‘State of physical integrity’ of hospital staff but also of the general population.

Today, the observation is that we are not heard since many doctors around me tell me that there are no masks, that they went to the pharmacy but that there were none not, continues Daniel Latil of Albertas. The pharmacies are waiting for them and when we are delivered, they are surgical masks. The Council of State was therefore seized to intimate the order to the State to provide us with these masks& nbsp; “.” data-reactid = “21”> ” Today, the observation is that we are not heard since many doctors around me tell me that there are no masks, that they went to the pharmacy but that there were none not, continues Daniel Latil of Albertas. The pharmacies are waiting for them and when we are delivered, they are surgical masks. The Council of State was therefore seized to intimate the order to the State to provide us with these masks

& nbsp; highlight each other’s responsibilities & nbsp;At the end of the Covid-19 epidemic crisis. This complaint, filed with the Paris prosecutor, will relate to facts of “& nbsp; manslaughter & nbsp;” and “& nbsp; unintentional violence & nbsp;”, as well as “& nbsp; willful abstention from taking measures to combat a disaster & nbsp;” and of “& nbsp; deliberate endangerment of the life of others & nbsp;”. “data-reactid =” 23 “> At least five doctors have died in France from coronavirus. In parallel with this action before the Council of State, the Inter Urgences (CIU) collective has announced its intention to file a complaint against X for “ highlight everyone’s responsibilities At the end of the Covid-19 epidemic crisis. This complaint, filed with the Paris prosecutor, will relate to acts of “involuntary homicide” and “involuntary violence”, as well as “willful failure to take measures to combat a disaster” and “deliberate endangerment” of the lives of others “.

In addition, at least five complaints against members of the government have been received by the Court of Justice of the Republic. Filed either by non-sick individuals or by associations, they target Prime Minister Édouard Philippe and either the current Minister of Health Olivier Véran, or his predecessor Agnès Buzyn.

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