Draft law to control digital space from France

French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne, after the Council of Ministers Meeting at the Elysee Palace, announced the content of the government’s “100-day” action plan for the country until 14 July.

Emphasizing that they want to establish a calm dialogue and “a new social calendar” with the unions, Borne stated that all issues are on the table to improve working conditions.

Borne, stating that they want to remove all barriers to employment, said, “We must act together on salaries.” said.

The bill will be discussed in the National Assembly from May 15.

Elisabeth Borne said that they will announce the green industry bill in mid-May and that the bill on forest fire prevention will be discussed in the National Assembly from 15 May.

Stating that 6,000 assistants will be recruited to work in the field of medicine by the end of next year, Borne promised an increase of up to 500 euros per month in teachers’ salaries in the field of education.

Borne stated that they will introduce the bill to control and secure the digital space at the beginning of May, and with this bill, new steps will be taken to combat online harassment. The French Prime Minister also signaled that they will fight digital fraud.

An additional 150 security forces will be deployed on the Italian border

“From next week we will deploy an additional 150 police and gendarmerie in Alpes-Maritimes (province) as we face increasing immigration pressure at the Italian border,” said Prime Minister Borne. said.

Elisabeth Borne stated that they will make additional deployments on the Italian border by the summer to protect the borders.

Borne pointed out that the fight against illegal immigration is among the top priorities of the government.

Stating that there is no majority in the parliament to accept the government’s bill on immigration, Borne stated that they will announce this bill in the last spring.

In his speech, the French Prime Minister emphasized that they are seeking a majority for each bill.

French President Emmanuel Macron, in his address to the nation on April 17, said, “We have 100 days to maintain calm, unity, perseverance, ambition and to serve France.” had used the phrase.

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