Macron’s Minority Government Defeated on Vaccine Passports

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French President Emmanuel Macron suffered a humiliating setback in parliament after his vaccine passport scheme was defeated.


Macron’s minority government wanted to extend the policy whereby anyone entering France has to show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test.
However, the right-wing populist National Rally (RN), the hard-left La France Insoumise (LFI) and the right-wing Republicains (LR) all united to vote against the policy.
Macron’s government lost the vote by a margin of 219 votes to 195.
“The bill’s defeat was met with wild cheering and a standing ovation from opposition lawmakers, in footage that was widely circulated on social media,” reports the Telegraph.

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gordonbird
gordonbird
4 months ago

At last! A bit of good news! This “vaccine” is a bio-weapon! John O,Looney an undertaker from Milton Keynes has had first hand evidence of dozens and dozens of babies dying and the HOSPITAL of Milton Keynes being the Funeral Service Provider! This is unheard of! This with Pfizer,s demand (Lost) for a 76 year silence on their “Vaccine” trials Prove to me that this is Genocide by puppets of W.E.F. and their psychopathic members and Friends inc. HRH Charles. LA5 Warton Lancs UK

gordonbird
gordonbird
4 months ago

I phoned my doctor about all this today! They cut me off after I asked them if I should get the JAB in the light of John O,looney,s evidence and the 76 years that Pfizer wanted their report to be with held. The Doctors??? Ash Trees Carnforth, Lancaster, England Me? Warton Carnforth LA5 England

Frances Lilian Wellington
Frances Lilian Wellington
4 months ago

Excellent. I saw the filmed ovation after the vote. Thank you for providing details. This decision gives me some relief for these citizens. I look forward to further progress.

Rachael
Rachael
4 months ago

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