US News Ségolène Royal will appear regularly in an LCI program
"Together, let's defend Liberty": Open letter to our fellow citizens
© Supplied by Europe 1 While the trial of the January 2015 attacks opened at the beginning of the month, and the republication of the cartoons of Mohammed by Charlie Hebdo has again sparked controversy, around a hundred French media, including Europe 1, are joining forces to publish an open letter in favor of freedom.
Ségolène Royal took her first steps on LCI this Sunday, September 27 in the program " Honestly ". She was invited to discuss with Luc Ferry. The former presidential candidate will speak regularly and is expected to return in October.
takes its marks on . The ex-candidate for the 2007 presidential election will appear regularly as a debater in In all frankness, the political program of the news channel presented on Sunday evening by Amélie Carrouër, reports .
The ex-minister spoke on Sunday, September 27 in the second part of the program for a debate with Luc Ferry, another ex-minister used to the LCI stage. During this exchange, the two political figures returned to terrorism, the health crisis and the debt.
Bridgestone: Xavier Bertrand asks the State to save the Béthune plant
© Provided by La Tribune The president of the Hauts-de-France region Xavier Bertrand says he is working hand in hand with the French government to avoid closure of the Béthune plant The French state must offer to finance the investments necessary to avoid the closure of the Bridgestone plant in Béthune (Pas-de-Calais) and the relocation of its activity, the president of the Hauts-de-France region.
A return to October?
Ségolène Royal has expressed her satisfaction to intervene in the show. "I find it interesting, in view of the questions that cross our society, to participate in a moment of fundamental intellectual debate" , she notably stressed to the.
Ségolène Royal is expected to return to the political show during the month of October, according to information from Puremédias. At the same time, the one who wasis writing two books. In one of them, What I owe them, she will review her political journey and the places and characters that have marked her career.
GB: The Royal Opera House sells its painting by Hockney to survive the pandemic .
© Tolga Akmen / AFP The Royal Opera House in London announced on Sunday that it is auctioning off the painting that the British painter David Hockney had made of his former director. The Royal Opera House in London announced on Sunday that it was auctioning off the painting British painter David Hockney had made of its former director, due to the difficulties facing the British cultural sector in the face of the novel coronavirus pandemic.