Mayotte: safety emergency and water disaster on the coronary heart of Élisabeth Borne’s go to | EUROtoday
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Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne went to Mayotte this Friday for a whirlwind go to of round twelve hours. The archipelago is going through two main crises: safety and water. She visited a desalination plant and attended a bottled water distribution operation. She additionally went to a slum, the place she was questioned by demonstrators concerning the insecurity.
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Élisabeth Borne’s go to comes at a time when the archipelago is going through a severe water disaster. The drought is recurrent and the Mahorais solely have faucet water someday out of three. Since November 20, 330,000 liters of bottled water have been provided to the inhabitants each day. The Prime Minister introduced that this distribution would proceed so long as mandatory.
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