Canada End of the boycott in Albanian football
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The Albanian championship will (finally) resume. The end of the boycott that began two months ago has just been formalized, paving the way for a return to national games. The clubs had gone on strike to demand more economic support from the government. Prime Minister Edi Rama on Twitter hailed "the end of an absurd boycott" as well as the resumption of play. The clubs will play this weekend in the Cup, before the championship resumes its rights next Wednesday.
The president of the Albanian federation, Armand Duka, for his part declared: “The boycott has in a way achieved its objective after having put the issue under discussion. I have had meetings over the past few days and we have received confirmation that our issues will be resolved. We hope these requests will be fulfilled as soon as possible, I think we are on the right track. »
AGREEMENT FOUND It has just been announced and it is official: our championship will resume on November 4th (in the middle of the week). End of the boycott. FSHF? A. Duka- Albanian Football (@FutbolliShqipFR)
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"We must defuse this crisis": two French Muslims testify against the call to boycott French products .
© Copyright 2020, L'Obs In recent days, a boycott campaign has been targeting French products in the Muslim world. This follows Emmanuel Macron's recent words during the tribute ceremony for Samuel Paty, a college professor beheaded for showing his students the caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. Tribute to Samuel Paty: pupil Macron in the face of the darkness of time In response, accusing the French president of being anti-Muslim, some countries have launched calls to boycott French products.