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View Christophe » 15/02/24, 18:49

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:
Christophe wrote:G wonaaaaais!!!
Thanks Gegyx!

You see!!!. Thanks Guy and Sicetaisimple:
Since February 9 – one month after the end of their ministerial functions, as the law provides –, Élisabeth Borne, Olivier Véran and Bérangère Couillard have in fact resumed the exercise of their mandate as deputy.
https://www.la-croix.com/france/elisabe ... s-20240212


Pfff, that’s a political bitch move! Good job guys...

And so who pays them during this month of transition where “they are people who are nothing”? The ASSEDICs? : Lol: : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:
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View izentrop » 15/02/24, 21:25

Remundo wrote:
" Art. 223-1-2. – Provocation to abandon or abstain from following therapeutic or prophylactic medical treatment is punishable by one year of imprisonment and a fine of 15 euros, when this abandonment or abstention is presented as beneficial for the health of the persons targeted when it is, in the state of medical knowledge, clearly likely to result in serious consequences for their physical or psychological health, taking into account the pathology from which they suffer.

“Provocation to adopt practices presented as having a therapeutic or prophylactic purpose for the persons concerned is punishable by the same penalties when it is, in the state of medical knowledge, clear that these practices expose them to an immediate risk of death. or injuries likely to result in mutilation or permanent disability.

“When the provocation provided for in the first two paragraphs has been followed by effects, the penalties are increased to three years of imprisonment and a fine of 45 euros.

“When these offenses are committed through the written or audiovisual press, the specific provisions of the laws which govern these matters are applicable with regard to the determination of the persons responsible. »
Macronie are dictatorial bastards who pass unfair laws and demolish this country a little more every day
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View Remundo » 15/02/24, 21:35

let's say that Macronie pushed the thing to the end, and that in fact, the idiots and the corrupt from different groups ended up giving a small majority to the bullshit.
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View gegyx » 15/02/24, 22:14

Well ! In the end it will be another fiasco following the reactions of the populace.
In principle, media like LCI, France Info and Co. are so oriented that this will fall on them. : roll:
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View Christophe » 15/02/24, 22:15

izentrop wrote:
Remundo wrote:
" Art. 223-1-2. – Provocation to abandon or abstain from following therapeutic or prophylactic medical treatment is punishable by one year of imprisonment and a fine of 15 euros, when this abandonment or abstention is presented as beneficial for the health of the persons targeted when it is, in the state of medical knowledge, clearly likely to result in serious consequences for their physical or psychological health, taking into account the pathology from which they suffer.

“Provocation to adopt practices presented as having a therapeutic or prophylactic purpose for the persons concerned is punishable by the same penalties when it is, in the state of medical knowledge, clear that these practices expose them to an immediate risk of death. or injuries likely to result in mutilation or permanent disability.

“When the provocation provided for in the first two paragraphs has been followed by effects, the penalties are increased to three years of imprisonment and a fine of 45 euros.

“When these offenses are committed through the written or audiovisual press, the specific provisions of the laws which govern these matters are applicable with regard to the determination of the persons responsible. »
Macronie are dictatorial bastards who pass unfair laws and demolish this country a little more every day
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Um I dream where they changed the article number and it passed??? I have good ??
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View Remundo » 15/02/24, 22:34

otherwise, they would have crushed it with a 49-3 or with the blessing of Fabius at Con-Con.

this diet is stacking.
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View SixK » 16/02/24, 00:21

Article thrown out by the right and reintroduced discreetly 4 minutes from the end of the session by the government if I understood correctly...
There still remains a slim hope that the right will throw the text in the Senate and that it will then be ejected by the joint committee.
But we're not going to rely too much on it...

Next pandemic they're going to throw at us, it's going to be rock & roll...
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View Remundo » 16/02/24, 08:49

there are still a few people who remain lucid... unlike this bastard Véran, one of the official covidist liars of Macronie who pompously declares to the AN that article 4 is an anti-Raoult law which he outrageously compares to a sectarian guru...

https://www.instagram.com/reel/C3VkKAKCQ_G/
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View Christophe » 16/02/24, 09:05

All you have to do is shut your mouth and watch France sink slowly but surely from afar...

Because this thing is just the end of French medical research...
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View Christophe » 16/02/24, 09:21

Afterwards, it will be enough to believe the press releases from foreign pharmaceutical laboratories to treat (or not) the French people...

Thank you buffoonery!

Afterwards a step back is possible: but it is first necessary to free the existing team...
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