カテゴリ:020 France( 66 )

P 7480 フランスのホームレス

France24, 2010.12.02

Life on the street is hard on the human body in any season. It wears people out quickly. Deaths often occur suddenly, due to a heart attack or a ruptured aneurysm. Violent deaths are also common, because homeless people have no door to lock to protect themselves from aggressors. These are people whose life expectancy is about 50 (against 80 for the rest of the French population). Obviously, the cold doesn’t help, but in fact, there is usually a small hike in homeless deaths in the springtime because a number of shelters are only open during winter months. The real problem is that there are not enough means or political good-will to find a lasting solution to the problem of social exclusion.”

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by jpflege | 2010-12-06 15:19 | 020 France

P 7343 萩原愛一:フランス公的年金制度改革

HP

フランス政府は、年金財政の赤字を理由に、公的年金制度改革を掲げ、2010年6月に改革案を発表した。それと同時に、国民の間からは大きな不満が噴出した。不満の最大の理由は、公的年金受給開始の目安となる法定退職年齢が2歳引き上げられ、62歳となることである。
[PR]
by jpflege | 2010-11-16 17:29 | 020 France

P 7284 フランス:問題の年金法案成立

大規模な反対デモが続いたフランスの年金法案
は、水曜日、正式に成立した。

年金支給開始年齢を、60歳から65歳にするもの。

France24, 2010.11.10

French President Nicolas Sarkozy officially signed a controversial pension reform bill, raising the retirement age from 60 to 62, into law on Wednesday. The reform sparked weeks of street demonstrations and nationwide strikes.
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by jpflege | 2010-11-12 05:40 | 020 France

P 7269 フランスの年金法案は憲法裁判所で合憲

France24, 2010.11.09

France’s Constitutional Court approved a final version of a controversial pension reform Tuesday, giving President Nicolas Sarkozy 15 days to sign it into law. Millions have protested the bill, which will raise the age of retirement from 60 to 62.
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by jpflege | 2010-11-10 18:53 | 020 France

P 7218 フランスのホームレス:パリでのテント闘争

フランスの英語オンライン
France24は、ホームレス・住宅事情の改善を要求して、
パリでテントを張って講義する様子を伝えています。

2010.11.05

Dozens of activists protesting against homelessness and poor housing conditions have set up camp in the heart of Paris. Temporarily housed in red tents, they say they won’t budge until President Nicolas Sarkozy gives in to their demands.

The campers plan to stay until they receive a “strong sign” from the government. Héctor Cardoso is optimistic. “I do believe the government is going to respond to this action. I don’t plan on staying all winter, but we’ll wait for as long as it takes.”
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by jpflege | 2010-11-07 08:35 | 020 France

P 7162 France's pension reform

economist 2010.10.28

FRANCE has begun to clamber back to its feet after weeks of strikes, demonstrations, blockades, petrol shortages and sporadic violence. Despite delays, this week both houses of parliament voted to raise the legal minimum retirement age from 60 to 62 years; this should become law by mid-November. Oil refineries began to reopen and oil depots were forcibly unblocked on government orders. Rotting rubbish was cleared from the streets in Marseille. Although a further day of strikes was called for October 28th, unions are divided over whether to push their case further. And with schoolchildren on half-term holiday, university students seemed too half-hearted to keep the protests going.
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by jpflege | 2010-11-01 07:13 | 020 France

P 7110 Nicht um die Rente, um die Lust am Aufstand geht es

WELT ONLINE

tatt einer Debatte zitieren sie die Mythen der Revolution: Könnte Frankreichs Wut wieder zum Vorbild für Europa werden?
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by jpflege | 2010-10-28 20:39 | 020 France

P 7055 French Senate approves pension reform measure

CNN

The French Senate Friday defied tens of thousands of protesters and approved its version of a controversial pension reform measure with a vote of 177-153, bringing the package one step closer to implementation.
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by jpflege | 2010-10-24 03:30 | 020 France

P 7031 President Nicolas Sarkozy's unpopular pension reform

France24, 2010.10.19

Workers are expected to turn out in a huge day of protests and strikes against President Nicolas Sarkozy's unpopular pension reform as the government taps on emergency reserves to offset a growing fuel shortage.
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by jpflege | 2010-10-19 19:05 | 020 France

P 6961 フランスの年金スト3日目

CNN

French workers -- upset that the government might make them wait until age 62 to retire -- extended their strike into a third day Thursday, and while transportation appeared to be improving, the situation at oil refineries was not.

Unions have said this strike -- the fourth in the past month -- is open-ended, and that workers will vote each day whether to continue the strike the following day. Previous strikes have lasted for 24 hours each time.
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by jpflege | 2010-10-15 06:30 | 020 France