The French deputy of Extreme Right José Evrard, known for its opposition to the obligation of the Covid certificate that governs in France since last summer for many social life activities, has died of Coronavirus this Friday at 76, according to members of its surroundings , who said he was vaccinated.
Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, a leader of the Sovereignist Party up France in which I militated Evrard, has manifested in a message hanging on his Twitter account on Friday night his "immense sadness" for the death of what he has qualified as "friend" and "colleague".
The parliamentary assistant of the deceased, Guillaume Kaznowki, has explained in another message in the same social network that the two had contracted the coronavirus at the same time and, after remembering everything they had shared together, he has assured that he will not forget him "never" .
Dupont-Aignan has pointed out that the now deceased deputy was a son of a mining and "embodied" the mining basins of the department of Pas de Calais, to the north of France, where he was originally and he had his parliamentarian mandate.
However, in November of that year left Marine Le Pen's training and ended up in 2019 in the DuPont-Aignan game.
France is living a fifth wave of Covid with a contagion record this week (only Friday, 328,214) and between 200 and 300 dead are most days (yesterday were 193).
The French Parliament discusses since the beginning of this week A bill promoted by the Government of the President, Emmanuel Macron, to impose the obligation of a certificate of vaccination (demonstrating a complete guideline) in many activities in which until now a Health certificate, that is, it can be validated with a recent negative test.
The certificate will be essential, if this bill goes ahead, for example to take something in a bar or in a restaurant, to go to the cinema, a show or a stadium and also to use a long-distance public transport (train, Bus, plane or boat).Updated Date: 08 January 2022, 04:49