The criteria for obtaining assistance for hardship could be hardened revealed on Sunday the Sunday view.
Australian justice is today looking into the twists and turns of the visa from Novak Djokovic since he was refused the right to enter the country for health reasons.
■ “Episodes of economic turbulence” for emerging economies
Emerging economies should prepare for “episodes of economic turmoil” as the US central bank will raise its key rates and global growth slows due to the Omicron variant, warns the IMF.
The International Monetary Fund, which is due to publish its latest updated forecast on January 25, estimates for the moment that the global recovery should continue this year and next. But “the risks to growth remain high due to the stubborn resurgence of the pandemic,” noted Stephan Danninger, Kenneth Kang, Helene Poirson, IMF economists in a blog post published Monday.
■ In Australia, the hearing devoted to Novak Djokovic is still ongoing
The online hearing in the Novak Djokovic case opened on Monday. The world number one is playing his chances of participating in the Australian Open by convincing the local justice that he had the Covid in December and that this is enough to exempt him from the compulsory vaccination.
The procedure was briefly delayed after a computer problem due to too many connections to attend the live broadcast. Antivaxes shared, despite a ban, the link to follow it by broadcasting it live on YouTube.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
The lawyers of “Djoko”, held for five days in a center for migrants in Melbourne, try to convince the federal court that the 34-year-old player contracted the Covid in December, which would exempt him from a compulsory vaccination to enter on the territory.
The judge in charge of the hearing, Anthony Kelly, appeared open to the arguments of the defense of the athlete and appeared to be defending the 34-year-old, which however does not prejudge in any way his final decision as the Australia’s lawyers must also present their arguments.