Interview with Emmanuel Macron

Interview with Emmanuel Macron: Borne, Riots, School, Ecology… What to Remember

RECAP: The Head of State, Emmanuel Macron was the guest of the TF1 and France 2 news from New Caledonia, where he is travelling After his speech last week during the Council of Ministers, before the new Borne government, Emmanuel Macron was the guest this Monday at 1 p.m. on the news of TF1 and France […]

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Review of the 100 days: Emmanuel Macron will not speak on July 14, but "in the coming days"

Review of the 100 Days: Emmanuel Macron will not Speak on July 14th, but “in the Coming Days”

SPEECH: The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron will not speak on July 14th to take stock of the 100 days to relaunch the five-year term Emmanuel Macron will not speak during the national holiday of July 14th celebrating Bastille Day, in order to take stock of the 100 days to relaunch the five-year term. On the other hand, […]

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Does Elisabeth Borne have the right to vape in the Assembly and Senate

Does Elisabeth Borne Have the Right to Vape in the Assembly and the Senate?

Antoine Léaument, an LFI deputy, was moved to see the Prime Minister on Monday, electronic cigarette in hand during a vote. Elisabeth Borne is however not authorized to vape within the two assemblies Present in the Assembly on Monday due to the vote of a statement of censure against her government, Elisabeth Borne was seen with […]

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Companies of the autoroutes to offer discounts

Autoroutes: 30% Discounts on Tolls from 10 Round Trips per Month

Companies of the autoroutes (toll roads) are committed to offering 30% discounts on subscriptions for motorists who make at least 10 round trips per month. Details. A first answer to yellow vests. Motorists who regularly use the autoroutes will benefit from a lower toll rates , announced the Minister of Transport , Elisabeth Borne, Thursday 17th January. According to her, motorway companies […]

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Many bridges require repairs in France

Viaduct in Genoa: In France, 840 Bridges Threaten to Collapse

According to a report to the government in July, the overall state of the road network is very disturbing. More seriously, 7% of the 12,000 bridges are threatening to collapse. After the catastrophe of Genoa , this figure is cold in the back. In France, out of the 12,000 bridges in the country , 840 (or 7%) are threatening […]

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Assistance to travelers at Montparnasse station in Paris, July 30, 2018.

Montparnasse Station: SNCF Plans Four Trains out of Five Thursday

The Montparnasse station continues to be disrupted after the gigantic electrical incident affecting a RTE substation. SNCF plans four trains out of five on Thursday. The SNCF said Wednesday that it planned four trains out of five at the start and finish of the Montparnasse station on Thursday , confirming a “gradual return to normal” after the manager of the […]

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Emmanuel Macron has vowed to continue the reform of the SNCF

Emmanuel Macron Continues with the Reform of the SNCF

While the strike at the SNCF must end on Thursday night, Emmanuel Macron has vowed to continue the law of rail reform. Emmanuel Macron vowed to continue on Wednesday 27th June, 2018 the law reforming the SNCF , despite multiple days of strike and “legitimate concerns” which must continue to respond, according to the head of state. “This […]

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The CGT railway workers will continue the strike at the SNCF in July

Strike at the SNCF: CGT Railway Workers will Continue Strike Action in July

The strike at the SNCF, which will end on the 28th June, will be renewed by CGT railway union in July, announced its secretary general, Laurent Brun, Friday morning. Laurent Brun, of the CGT railway workers, announced on Friday that the strike at the SNCF would “continue” in July, beyond the schedule of the groups of railway unons which […]

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