Pierre-Yves Jeholet: “There is too much money going to RTBF”
The original Verviétois recalls that vacation days have not increased with this reform. Only the rhythm is different, but the goal is to help the child, explains Pierre-Yves Jeholet, who recalls that the whole of the medical world was moving in the direction of the reform despite the few changes that this implies in the organization. family.
For the president of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, the evaluation of teachers (also desired by the pact of excellence) is a positive step: “We want to supervise a whole series of teachers, support them and train them in a specific way if necessary. And then it’s true, if at some point things don’t go well and the teacher doesn’t want to improve the quality of his teaching, and this, repeatedly, then there is a sanction that could fall from of the next school year. But the goal is not to fire lots of teachers.“While he recognizes the exemplary work of the majority of teachers, Pierre-Yves Jeholet also wants to avoid “tarnishing the image” of the profession due to certain behaviors.
The Liberal then returned to the RTBF management contract and the competition with other private news sites. “We must mark out and limit the practice of free digital information at the level of RTBFbelieves Pierre-Yves Jeholet, who claims to want to maintain “the pluralism of the press”. RTBF is a public audiovisual service, so it should not compete with print media publishers, but there must also be a private-public balance in the audiovisual sector.“In 2023, the FWB’s allocation to RTBF will amount to 373 million euros. Too high an amount? “For me, there is too much money going to RTBF, criticizes the liberal, but I am not alone in the government.”
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Finally, Pierre-Yves Jeholet commented on the political climate within the federal government. At the end of the year, the Vivaldi is skating on a whole series of explosive issues. Tense negotiations in particular because of the high number of parties in the majority (seven), and the presence of certain far-right Flemish parties in the opposition, estimates Mr. Jeholet, who excludes any early resignation. “It would be nonsense. We must go to the end of the legislature. We have responsibilities to citizens.”
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