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The Plenary Session of the 11th edition of the Economic and Social Council of Youth (CES) took place on Wednesday, April 18.
During the meeting, chaired by Didier Linotte, President of the Supreme Court and sponsor of the event, in the presence of Isabelle Bonnal, Director of National Education of Youth and Sports, and Michel Gramaglia, Vice-President of CES, thirty students presented and voted on their favourite projects.
One of these concerns the creation of a maritime line from Menton-Monaco-Nice: a “shuttle of the seas”, while others involved the use of roof spaces on public buildings for young people, amending legislation on the protection against smoking in the Principality, and the creation of a Humanitarian and Environmental Recreational Route.
Students enrol in this project on a voluntary basis and as part of an option at the beginning of the school year. Supervised by members of the CES and professors, they meet government and private officials to build their cases.
Experts have revealed during an ocean conference in Monaco that society must go on the offence, not the defence, if it wants to stop the problems plaguing our seas.
An elderly woman suffering from comorbidities including Covid-19 has died in hospital in Monaco.
The summer tourist season was better than expected thanks to the loyalty of French, Swiss and Italian visitors, according to the latest figures by the Tourism and Congress Department.
Minister of State Pierre Dartout has toured the main construction sites of the Principality, taking stock of the major developments that are currently under way.