More jobs, better pay and efficient public spending seen as what protesters want Muriel Pénicaud: ‘The gilets jaunes have not called into question the reforms — except on tax’ 770 more words
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Italy's Salvini hopes France will get rid of 'terrible' Macron -- Luigi Di Maio: "France continuing to colonise and impoverish Africa"
Italy’s far-right Interior Minister worsened already strained relations between Rome and Paris on Tuesday, saying he hoped the French could soon free themselves of a “terrible president”, centrist Emmanuel Macron. 439 more words
Since his inauguration, Emmanuel Macron has repeatedly received major international groups to convince them to invest in France.
Subscribe to Ouest-FranceEmmanuel Macron gathered Monday more than 150 entrepreneurs, including many multinationals, at the Palace of Versailles to convince them to invest in France despite the crisis of yellow vests. 303 more words
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will sign a new bilateral agreement on boosting bilateral foreign policy, economic, defence and security, culture, education and climate cooperation on 22 January in the German city of Aachen. 756 more words
Now the elites are afraid. For the first time, there is a movement which cannot be controlled through the normal political mechanisms.
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It is becoming a kind of ritual. On Saturday, the demonstrations of the yellow vests degenerate with a regularity of metronome in Nancy, as elsewhere. And the accounts are settled at the beginning of the week before the court. 325 more words