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Angry farmers, Mayotte, school bullying figures… the information to remember this lunchtime

News of the day

Towards a resurgence of the movement? Prime Minister Gabriel Attal must receive representatives of agricultural unions on Tuesday of the FNSEA and Young Farmers. Union leaders have indicated that they do not rule out a resumption of blocking actions if the government does not accelerate the implementation of promises made to calm anger.

“We have not been in the right rhythm for a week,” denounced the president of the FNSEA Arnaud Rousseau on Sunday. There is a gap between the very strong expectations expressed over the last two weeks and the reality of the dynamics observed on the ground. »

What to also remember

  • Mayotte still paralyzed. Despite the announcement of the abolition of land rights on the archipelago by the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin, the inhabitants remain mobilized, waiting for the announcements to materialize. The Minister Delegate in charge of Overseas Territories defended this Monday morning on franceinfo the measures taken by the tenant of Place Beauvau, ensuring that he had “the support of Mahorais parliamentarians”.
  • More than one student per class on average is a victim of harassment. On average, more than one student per class is the victim of school bullying according to the results of a large national survey revealed by the Minister of National Education Nicole Belloubet on Monday. The survey carried out in November 2023 in the wake of an interministerial plan against school bullying, demonstrated that 5% of schoolchildren from CE2 to CM2, 6% of middle school students and 4% of high school students are considered victims of harassment, said the new minister during her first trip to a college in Reims.
  • Two Hamas hostages released. The Israeli army announced the release of Fernando Simon Marman (60 years old) and Louis Har (70 years old), two Israeli-Argentinians held hostage in Rafah, in the south of the Gaza Strip. A nighttime operation would have allowed their release.
  • Scenes of jubilation in Ivory Coast and Paris, After the victory of the elephants in the final of the African Cup of Nations (CAN). Host country of the competition, Ivory Coast had started the CAN very badly, notably with a 4-0 defeat against Equatorial Guinea in the group stage.
Ivorian supporters celebrate the elephants' victory on Sunday evening in Paris.
Ivorian supporters celebrate the elephants’ victory on Sunday evening in Paris. THE YOUNG

It concerns you

Objective achieved for “social leasing”. This rental system with option to purchase electric vehicles launched last December by the government kept his promises with more than 50,000 orders that will be honored (well beyond the 20,000 to 25,000 vehicles planned). The government announced the end of the 2024 edition but the operation will restart at the end of 2024 for the year 2025, the Élysée said on Monday, confirming information Echoes.

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