A compelling reason ? What is its exact definition ? It is difficult to answer, and yet it will be necessary to be able to justify the legitimacy of a displacement of more than 100 kilometres from his home.
In announcing the main rules governing the déconfinement from the 11th may next, the Prime Minister stressed that the French would no longer need the certificate for exceptional movement. On the other hand, he insisted on the banning of travel more than 100 kilometres, which were allowed only for “compelling reasons, family or professional“.
The imperious nature, imprecise definition
The entire problem comes from the very definition of the imperative nature of the pattern. The government, through its spokesperson, Ms. Sibeth Ndiaye, explained that the road, for example, were concerned by this situation, as well as the persons to help a family member suffering. But the definition remains subjective, because what is a character compelling if this is a pattern that cannot be moved or challenged.
He will be able to pass through France to visit his (its) girlfriend ? He will be able to move from one area to another to prepare for a future move and find a job ? …. Each has its own definition.
A new certificate and a call to judgment clairvoyant of the forces of order
Everyone must complete a new certificate for such travel more than 100 kilometres, and the authorities are already calling the citizens to bring all the supporting documents as possible. On the other hand, in everyday life, it is the policeman or the gendarme, performing the checks, who must judge the validity of the justification, and certain situations will be a source of conflicts and disputes, at least that by may 11, the government does not specify the scope of the concept of incontinence.