Nice taxis threaten to block the Monaco Grand Prix, which will be held from May 26 to 29. They were deposited in the Prefecture a strike notice. Taxis so hope make themselves heard by the Monegasque authorities. To work in Monaco, they are obliged to buy a vignette from the principality, which has been issuing far fewer since the start of the health crisis. Or, Monegasque taxis, they have no sticker to buy for French work side.
“We note that the Monegasque government continues to treat French light transport professionals with contempt“, can we read on their strike notice. Nice taxis are therefore threatening to block the axes around Monaco. To avoid this blockage, the Prefect of the Alpes-Maritimes will bring up the issue of thumbnails with the Monegasque Minister of State.
The Prince’s Government, for its part, ensures that it is in a “permanent dialogue“with the French Embassy in Monaco and the Prefecture of the Alpes-Maritimes for”find a balance between the expectations of French professionals and the preservation of the legitimate interests of professionals in the Principality“, as we can read on their press release.
“The Monegasque Government has made concrete proposals which seem to meet the interests of all“, can we still read. Without specifying what these proposals are.