Politique : François Bayrou assure qu'"a priori", il n'acceptera pas "une fonction ministérielle" dans le prochain gouvernement

Politique : François Bayrou assure qu'”a priori”, il n’acceptera pas “une fonction ministérielle” dans le prochain gouvernement

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10:45 p.m. : @Alix If he could avoid resigning in the next 20 minutes, that would be fine with me. Theoretically, we should have the government for next week, but the choice of the tenant of Matignon turns into a puzzle, as this subject of 20 hours of France 2 summarizes well.

(FRANCE 2)

10:43 p.m. : Still no resignation from the government?

8:37 p.m. : “This defeat [à la présidentielle] was very painful because very violent.”

In The ParisianValérie Pécresse speaks before her return as president of the Ile-de-France region, a month after her bitter rout in the presidential election. “During the presidential campaign, and it’s a frustration, we couldn’t really debate Emmanuel Macron’s project, because there was the health crisis and then the war in Ukraine. Result: no one knows what will ultimately be the line of the next government Left or right?

6:55 p.m. : We also learn in the portrait that The Parisian dedicates to Jean Castex that he never took his card at LREM. “I aspire to take a step aside from national political life, to do politics differently”justifies the future ex-Prime Minister.

6:47 p.m. : Seen from 🇩🇪“This demagogue wants to be the next prime minister of France. From a radical left, Germanophobe, anti-European, Jean-Luc Mélenchon is running for the legislative elections at the head of an alliance of communists and ecologists »@derspiegel

6:54 p.m. : The correspondent of World in Germany notes a critical article by Der Spiegel on Jean-Luc Mélenchon, described in particular as “germanophobe”.

6:43 p.m. : “I’m going to go back to my Pyrenees, I have to repaint my shutters and my railing which took a beating for two years.”

Confidence of Jean Castex at Parisian when packing, after 680 days spent at Matignon.

6:41 p.m. : @curieuxdu38 I’m not in Emmanuel Macron’s head, but custom dictates that a president only has an official portrait at the start of his first term. In any case, François Mitterrand, or Jacques Chirac, who made two, posed only once.

6:38 p.m. : Hello. For my current collection, do you know if a second official portrait of the President of the Republic is planned or are we sticking to the first portrait for the second five-year term?

5:48 p.m. : @Genevieve None, and guess what, that’s why we don’t talk about it. Believe that when we know something, we will not hesitate to take the (Vau) train in motion 😉

5:47 p.m. : Do you have any fresh information concerning the possible appointment of Catherine Vautrin as Prime Minister? Thank you

4:21 p.m. : Let’s take a look at the news:

• Finland has announced its candidacy “historical” to NATO, before a decisive meeting in Sweden with a view to a probable application for simultaneous membership of the two countries. Despite last-minute hostility from Turkey, NATO member countries are optimistic about finding a consensus on the integration of Finland and Sweden. Follow our live.

Emmanuel Macron and the new head of state of the United Arab Emirates, Mohammed ben Zayed, affirmed their desire to strengthen the strategic partnership, already very advanced, between their two countries, during a meeting in Abu Dhabi. The French president was the first Western leader to go there to pay tribute to Khalifa bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the Emirati president who died on Friday.

Pope Francis has proclaimed ten figures of the Church “saints”, including the hermit of the desert Charles de Foucauld, in front of thousands of faithful from all over the world gathered in Saint Peter’s Square, in Rome. Among these ten “canonized” include the French monks Marie Rivier (1768-1838) and César de Bus (1544-1607) as well as the Dutch priest and journalist Titus Brandsma, known for his commitment against Nazi propaganda during the Second World War.

The health crisis will not ultimately have spared North Korea. Fifteen new deaths due to “fever” were registered just three days after the country’s first-ever Covid-19 case was officially announced, the official state agency KCNA said. The death toll now stands at 42, while 820,620 cases have been reported (compared to 524,440 the day before).

1:49 p.m. : Jean-Luc Mélenchon also wants to increase the minimum wage to 1,500 euros net per month, whereas he had previously proposed raising it to 1,400 euros. This increase of 100 euros takes into account price inflation, specifies the former presidential candidate. The net monthly amount of the minimum wage is currently just over 1,300 euros, after an increase in early May.

1:32 p.m. : On France 3, Jean-Luc Mélenchon said he opposed Ukraine’s entry into the EU “as long as we have not made social harmonization from above”, especially on wages. “The proposal we make [au sein de La France insoumise], it was that there are areas in which there is a minimum wage”explained the leader of LFI.

1:34 p.m. : Clémentine Autain defended herself on BFMTV for having wanted “protect” the former legislative candidate Taha Bouhafs, targeted by an internal investigation within La France insoumise for sexual violence. MP LFI explained in particular that she waited to talk about the testimonies of her alleged victims in order to protect them when theyare in anguish and fear in the face of the magnitude of this affair.”

1:35 p.m. : On LCI, François Bayrou assured that he “would not accept” post in the first government of Emmanuel Macron’s new five-year term. “I was episodically Minister of Justice prevented for shocking reasons”, recalled the president of the Modem. He had to resign in June 2017, just a month after taking office at the Chancellery, after the opening of a preliminary investigation into the parliamentary assistants of his political party.

(Ludovic MARIN / AFP)

1:52 p.m. : Let’s take a look at the news:

• The last-minute opposition displayed by Turkey, a member of NATO, to the integration of Finland and Sweden, casts uncertainty over the outcome of the process. “I am convinced that the allies that we are will view our membership of this alliance with a constructive and positive eye”, however, declared the Deputy Secretary General of NATO, Mircea Geoana, who said he was confident in the possibility of reaching a consensus. Follow our live.

In the aftermath of their Eurovision Song Contest victory, Ukraine is preparing for decisive battles in the Donbass, with kyiv confident of winning after Russian setbacks on the front lines. Russian forces are trying to advance in this strategic eastern region, which Moscow has made its main objective since the withdrawal of its troops from the vicinity of kyiv at the end of March.

Emmanuel Macron and the new head of state of the United Arab Emirates, Mohammed ben Zayed, affirmed their desire to strengthen the strategic partnership, already very advanced, between their two countries, during a meeting in Abu Dhabi. The French president was the first Western leader to go there to pay tribute to Khalifa bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the Emirati president who died on Friday.

Pope Francis has proclaimed ten figures of the Church “saints”, including the hermit of the desert Charles de Foucauld, in front of thousands of faithful from all over the world gathered in Saint Peter’s Square, in Rome. Among these ten “canonized” are the French religious Marie Rivier (1768-1838) and César de Bus (1544-1607) as well as the Dutch priest and journalist Titus Brandsma, known for his commitment against Nazi propaganda during the Second World War.

11:54 : Emmanuel Macron congratulated him “for his election” the day before in place of his half-brother and “expressed his determination to continue and develop all that they have undertaken together for the past five years”. “The United Arab Emirates are a strategic partner of France, and the extent of our cooperation, in fields as varied as defence, culture and education, bears witness to this.”said the presidency, reporting on the exchange.

1:52 p.m. : Arrived early in the morning in Abu Dhabi, Emmanuel Macron went to a palace where he was welcomed by Mohammed ben Zayed, known as “MBZ”, the new president and strong man of the country. During an interview, the two Heads of State affirmed their desire to strengthen the strategic partnership, already very extensive, between their two countries.

(CHRISTIAN HARTMANN/AFP)

12:20 p.m. : Be aware that the political regime of the United Arab Emirates is a bit particular, dear @Ulycle. It is indeed a monarchical federation, in which each of the seven emirates which compose it has its own governmental institutions, as explained on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In particular, they have competences in matters of security, defence, education and health. The Supreme Council, made up of the seven emirs, is the highest state body. It elects the president, who is still a member of the Al-Nahyane clan in Abu Dhabi, for five years.

11:47 : Hello, why are you talking about PRESIDENT of the emirates? Isn’t he a king?!

7:39 p.m. : “It is not the country that is macho, it is its political class.

Will a woman be appointed to Matignon? Edith Cresson, the only one to have held the post of Prime Minister in France (between 1991 and 1992), wishes “a lot of courage” to the possible future head of government and castigates the “machismo of the political class” French in an interview published in the JDD. “They lent me words that I had never said, they threw constant criticism at me, they made comments about my dress, ” says the former socialist leader.

Edith Cresson, October 15, 2021 in Paris.  (LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL / AFP)(LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL / AFP)

10:30 a.m. : In Abu Dhabi to pay tribute to Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. He was respected by all for the values ​​of peace, openness and dialogue that he embodied. My support to his brother, newly elected President of the United Arab Emirates, as well as to the people of the United Arab Emirates. https://t.co/dLxKLS7Kfb

7:40 p.m. : Emmanuel Macron arrived in Abu Dhabi “to make a tribute” to the President of the United Arab Emirates Khalifa bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, who died on Friday. The head of state posted a message on Twitter, accompanied by a photo, where he greets his brother, Mohammed bin Zayed, the country’s new president.

(CHRISTIAN HARTMANN/AFP)

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