NEWS “20 Minutes” compiles for you the news you should not miss this morning in your Morning Information Bulletin (BIM)
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A Pole agency Employment in Nice (illustration). — SYSPEO/SIPA
You missed the news from this early morning? We have concocted you a recap to help you see more clearly.
The government will unveil its unemployment insurance reform
The social partners will know this Monday, during a meeting at the Ministry of Labor with Olivier Dussopt, the arbitrations of the government on the reform of unemployment insurance. This could in particular vary the duration of compensation according to the unemployment rate. The leitmotif of the executive is indeed that unemployment insurance be “stricter when too many jobs are unfilled, more generous when unemployment is high; ”, an idea supported by the Medef and the CPME but to which all unions oppose. On the other hand, the government has ruled out touching àgrave; compensation and waived to a variation of the rules according to the local employment situation, too complex to understand; implement.
International Conference to be implemented. Paris to support Moldova
Part of the world will be at the bedside of Moldova this Monday. Paris will indeed host an international conference in support of this neighboring country of Ukraine with the immediate objective of providing emergency aid to help it get through the winter while accompanying it on the way to joining the EU. the EU. Moldova, a country of 2.6’million inhabitants, is bearing the full brunt of the consequences of the war, particularly in terms of energy, when the Russian company Gazprom has halved its electricity supply. its gas exports to Chisinau. The “international support platform for Moldova” has been launched at the initiative of Germany, France and Romania. Two editions have already been released. unrolled, the first to Berlin in March, the second to Bucharest in July.
Vanessa murder suspect admits raping her
The investigation continues into Vanessa’s murder. The 31-year-old suspected to have killed the 14-year-old schoolgirl on Friday in Lot-et-Garonne was indicted on Sunday for kidnapping and forcible confinement, rape and murder of a minor and placed in pre-trial detention, said the prosecutor of Agen. According to Olivier Naboulet, this temporary worker living in Marmande explained; on guard at; seen having passed Friday morning at Tonneins in his car, consuming cannabis, near the Germillac college. He noticed his victim who was walking on the sidewalk and forced him into his vehicle before quickly leaving the scene. “Confused in his explanation” on his journey by car, the thirties, identified as as Romain C., told investigators s’ “” out of sight” and have decided to rape his victim. In order to hide his crime, he then decided to to kill her “by strangling her”.