Emmanuel Macron to make speech on television after Grand debate forced by yellow vests

Grand Debate: Emmanuel Macron will Address the French Monday Evening

This week, Emmanuel Macron should make announcements at the end of the Grand National Debate. Lower taxes, 80 km/h, pensions … the president will not have the right to make mistakes. Decrease in income tax, reindexing of small pensions or adjustments of the 80 km/h : Emmanuel Macron is in a hurry on all sides before his announcements expected at the beginning […]

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After the Great Debate, the government promise big projects

After the Great Debate, the Government Promises Big Projects

In the face of the deputies, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, Edouard Philippe assured that “powerful and concrete” decisions will be taken to meet the expectations of the French. After the great debate, “major projects”: Edouard Philippe promised Tuesday 9th April, 2019 before the National Assembly responses to the “strong need for transformation ” expressed and the “wall of distrust” separating […]

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Yellow Vests on the Champs Élysées in Paris during Act 2 of the movement, Saturday, November 24, 2018.

Yellow Vests: In Paris, Bordeaux and Toulouse, the Government Ban Demonstrations

Prohibition of demonstrations in the most affected neighbourhoods, strengthening of means, tightening of sanctions … Here are the announcements of Edouard Philippe this Monday 18th March After the destruction of the Champs-Elysees on Saturday, March 16, 2019 on the sidelines of Act 18 of the Yellow Vests movement , Prime Minister Edouard Philippe expressed this Monday 18th March to […]

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The link between damaged speed radars and road deaths

Yellow Vests: Castaner Makes ‘Link’ Between Damaged Speed Radars and Rising Road Deaths

Interior Minister Christophe Castaner has revised upwards, Friday 1st March, the number of targets of speed radars since last November and the beginning of the movement of yellow vests. And is the link with the rise in mortality in January. Christophe Castaner was the guest of the interview of the “4 truths”, this Friday, in Télématin , on […]

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The Minister of Education Jean-Michel Blanquer at the National Assembly, February 12, 2019 in Paris.

The School Act Blanquer: The Assembly Widely Adopts the Text

At the origin of lively debates, the first bill of the Macron government on education was voted by a large majority of MPs at first reading on Tuesday. Compulsory instruction from 3 years, teaching assignments entrusted to some supervisors, but also flags in the classroomsand same-sex parenting : after a week of often lively debates, the Assembly adopted on […]

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The National Assembly voted an amendment requiring the presence of a French and European flag in classrooms

Soon French and European Flags in all Classrooms?

During the examination of the draft law on education, the deputies voted an amendment obliging the presence of the national emblem of the Republic in the schools. Will all French classrooms soon be decorated with a French and European flag? On the night of Monday 11th to Tuesday 12th February, the deputies voted an amendment in this […]

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Three out of Four support a Referendum in France

Almost Three Out of Four French People Support a Referendum

73% of respondents favour a referendum in France in the coming months. Nearly three quarters of French people are in favour of holding a referendum in the coming months, but are divided on the idea that it will be held on May 26th, day of the European elections, according to an Ifop poll for the […]

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Nicolas Dupont-Aignan and Marine Le Pen call for protest against rising fuel prices

Fuel Prices: Nicolas Dupont-Aignan and Marine Le Pen Call to Block France on November 17th

TAXES: The two politicians join calls to protest against rising fuel prices … Policies join the protest, after a multiplication of calls to manifest on social networks . Nicolas Dupont-Aignan and Marine Le Pen called Friday to block the roads throughout France on November 17 to denounce the rise in fuel taxes. ⛽️ Cet après-midi à Yerres, j’ai dénoncé en […]

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The taxe d'habitation of 80% of tax households has fallen by 30%

Why Your Taxe d’Habitation May Have Gone Up (When it Should Go Down)

For eight French people out of 10, the Taxe d’Habitation has fallen, as expected, by 30%. For others, the tax has decreased slightly and sometimes even increased. Explanations. For 22 million homes, the taxe d’habitation fell by 30% this autumn . Some French people, who thought they could benefit from this boost at the beginning of the year , had the bad […]

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Government promises tax cuts for 2019

Budget 2019: 6 Billion Tax Cuts for Households, Promises the Government

Monday was presented in the Council of Ministers the draft budget law for 2019. The government promises 6 billion euros of tax cuts for households. Details. The government, criticized for its policy deemed unequal, defended on Monday the “coherence” of its draft budget 2019 by promising to restore purchasing power to households , despite savings measures decided to reduce public […]

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