Laurent Wauquiez resigns from the Republican presidency

Laurent Wauquiez Resigns from the Republican Presidency

A week after the rout of his party in the European elections, the president of the Republicans, Laurent Wauquiez announced his resignation Sunday 2nd June, 2019 TF1 television news. Laurent Wauquiez announced Sunday on TF1 his resignation from the presidency of the Republicans (LR) , a week after the historic defeat of the party (8.48%) in the European elections. “I […]

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The National Assembly is examining the mobility bill

Bike, carpool, 80 km/h … the Assembly is Examining the Mobility Bill

MPs begin the review of the draft mobility Bill, which includes a package for greener commuting and taxation of air transport. The National Assembly seizes Monday, June 3, 2019 the sprawling text of law on mobility, which promises jousting around the easing of 80 km/h speed limit and taxation of air transport. Already passed in the Senate at […]

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Martine Aubry, during the vows for the press, in January 2018.

Martine Aubry: “I Do Not Hate Macron but His Policy is Not Good for France”

WISHES: The mayor of Lille, Martine Aubry,  came back on the situation of the country on the occasion of her wishes to the press this Thursday .. The mayor of Lille, Martine Aubry spoke about the situation of the country during her wishes to the press. Highly critical of Emmanuel Macron, the mayor of Lille is […]

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The National Assembly prepares for the uncertainty of Brexit

National Assembly Prepares for “Uncertainty” of Brexit

France has decided to “prepare” for the consequences of Brexit. The National Assembly supported, in the night to Monday to Tuesday, a bill allowing the French government to protect itself. Explanations. Brexit “hard” or “soft”  ? The National Assembly has approved the bill allowing the government to protect, through future orders, any form that would take the exit of the United Kingdom from […]

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Gilles Lurton, MP for Saint-Malo, refused to include in the law the ban on glyphosate.

Glyphosate: Why Saint-Malo MP Gilles Lurton Did Not Vote against its Ban

Gilles Lurton, MP for Saint-Malo, refused to include in the law the ban on glyphosate. He explains the reasons for his vote: After another heated debate in the National Assembly on glyphosate , the result remained unchanged: the ban on the controversial herbicide within three years will not be enshrined in law . So decided the deputies in the night of Friday 14th to Saturday 15th September, 2018. Gilles Lurton , […]

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The popularity of President Emmanuel Macron is in Free Fall

The Popularity of Emmanuel Macron in Free Fall

In the Autumn of 2018, with the resignation of Nicolas Hulot, President Emmanuel Macron falls in the polls with only 29% of favourable opinion. Difficult entry for the president. The popularity of Emmanuel Macron tumbled 12 points during the summer , while that of Nicolas Hulot flies (+13) after his departure from the government, according to an […]

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Nicolas Hulot announces his resignation from government

Nicolas Hulot Announces his Resignation from the Government

Nicolas Hulot, Minister of Energy Transition, announced on France Inter this Tuesday morning, his resignation from the government. Thunderclap in the government. The Minister of Energy Transition, Nicolas Hulot, announced on France Inter, Tuesday 28th August, that he has resigned from his ministry. Nicolas Hulot : “Je prends la décision de quitter le gouvernement” #le79inter cc @leasalame @ndemorand pic.twitter.com/MhRq7zEktM […]

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Marine Le Pen presents the new name and the new logo of the Front National which becomes Rasseblement National, on June 1, 2018 in Bron, near Lyon.

The Front National is Dead: Replaced by the Rassemblement National

On Friday, the Front National, after 45 years of existence, officially changed its name to become the Rassemblement National, while keeping its same emblem. The Front National became on Friday the Rassemblement National.  A name change intended to mark the culmination of the re-founding of this political party founded a little over 45 years ago. “Tribute […]

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The assembly has voted for the reform of the SNCF

SNCF: The Assembly Votes by Large Margin for Reform on the 4th day of Strike

The National Assembly voted, at first reading, the reform of the SNCF. At the same time, a fourth day of strike commences this Wednesday 18th April, 2018. On the eve of the resumption of the strike at the SNCF, the National Assembly adopted very widely, on Tuesday at first reading, the draft railway reform law, challenged […]

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Emmanuel Macron, April 12, 2018 during a TV interview broadcast on TF1.

Emmanuel Macron on TF1’s 1pm News: The 8 Announcements to Remember

Emmanuel Macron gave an interview to Jean-Pierre Pernaut during the 13H TF1 conducted from a primary school in Berd’huis (Orne). The main announcements. For an hour, Emmanuel Macron answered questions from TF1 journalist Jean-Pierre Pernaut live from a school in the village of Berd’huis in the Orne . The Head of State was particularly questioned on employment, rurality, 80Km/h, retirees or the reform […]

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