France imposes 1.1 million fines during the lockout as the mayor of Cannes suggests reinvesting the money in hospitals
IN France, during almost two months of isolation, 1.1 million tickets for violating lock-in laws, at € 135 or more, were issued. The mayor of Cannes has his own idea of how the money should be reinvested in the state and wrote a letter to French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, suggesting that the proceeds of these fines should go to hospitals and municipalities. Particularly for the purpose of “social acceptability”.
“I propose to the government to allocate as a bonus (…) the total amount found in France of these reports of violations of childbirth, half of which benefit the health sector, including hospitals under the jurisdiction of the State, and half to the municipalities of France which have gone beyond their usual missions of protecting the population against disease. “Wrote the mayor, David Lisnard.
The agents of Cannes “established 5 143 PV (fines) representing a total product of 655 115 €, entirely transferred to the State, which will decide on the allocation,” said Mayor Lisnard.