US News Macron's announcements, green light for the “global security” law, Theo affair ... most of the news this Tuesday

23:05  24 november  2020
23:05  24 november  2020 Source:   liberation.fr

Macron on the cartoons. France is not going to "change" its law "because it shocks elsewhere"

 Macron on the cartoons. France is not going to © REUTERS / Eric Gaillard / Pool "Let us not let ourselves be locked in the camp of those who do not respect differences. It is a false trial and a manipulation of history, ”reacts Emmanuel Macron. In an interview published by the online journal Le Grand Continent, Emmanuel Macron reaffirmed that France was not going to "change" its right to freedom of expression "because it shocks elsewhere".

French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a second national lockdown until at least the end of On Tuesday , 33,000 new cases were confirmed. Mr Macron said the country risked being News of the new restrictions being introduced in Europe' s biggest economies led to sharp falls in the

The Commission is refraining from commenting on bills, but it goes without saying that in times of crisis, it is more important than ever that journalists can do their work freely and safely. Following initial approval on Friday, French MPs are scheduled to vote on the bill as a whole on Tuesday .

Emmanuel Macron à l'Elysée le 17 novembre. © LUDOVIC MARIN Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace on November 17th. News

Announcements. Gradually lifting restrictions while containing the epidemic: The three-step plan to be announced by the President this Tuesday evening stands on a ridge line. Small businesses should be the first to be delivered. Macron will address the French at 8 p.m. The reduction of constraints will be done in three phases: around December 1, then before the Christmas holidays and finally in early 2021. Our article .

Controversy. The National Assembly gave the first green light to the controversial proposed law on "comprehensive security" . In particular, it plans to penalize the malicious dissemination of the police, a provision at the center of intense controversy . The text presented by the LREM and its ally Agir was adopted by 388 votes in favor, 104 against and 66 abstentions, and should land in the Senate in January 2021.

What to remember from Emmanuel Macron's announcements

 What to remember from Emmanuel Macron's announcements © Provided by Sofoot The president, who was talking this Tuesday morning with officials from the sports world, indicated that he did not foresee a return of the public in stadiums before 2021. Among others.

French President Emmanuel Macron earlier announced severe restrictions to movement in the country: people will only be On January 27, Germany announces its first known case of the virus — a 33-year-old in Bavaria who contracted it during a workplace training with a visiting Chinese colleague.

China passed the sweeping security law on Tuesday , a historic move decried by many western governments Alarmingly, the law appears to apply to anyone, whether they are a Hong Kong resident or not, or Shen Chunyao, director of the national people’ s congress legislative affairs commission

Theo case. Administrative sanctions, in addition to legal proceedings: the Defender of Rights, Claire Hédon, asked in a document consulted by AFP and Le Monde , "disciplinary proceedings" against the four police officers arrested Théo Luhaka , seriously injured during a police check on February 2, 2017 in Aulnay-sous-Bois (Seine-Saint-Denis).

Social. The oil giant Total has confirmed that it is preparing a "voluntary" departure plan targeting in particular employees at its headquarters in France . He explains wanting to accelerate his "transformation".

Migrants. Welcomed in Saint-Ouen after a night of violence, a handful of migrants tell about the police operation on the day before Place de la République. And wonder how France was able to get there. Report .

“Global security” law and freedom of the press: “A grotesque dystopia”

 “Global security” law and freedom of the press: “A grotesque dystopia” © Cyril ZANNETTACCI Rally in Paris against the proposed “global security” law, Tuesday. The Minister of the Interior says he is ready to revisit article 24 to guarantee the work of journalists. For the sociologist Fabien Jobard, the protection of the police, indisputable, seems to hide another purpose: to prevent documenting the demonstrations.

While many on the international stage may not see Russia as a convenient partner, it certainly All things considered, we can expect the global system to become even more unstable in 2020. President of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), Minister of Foreign Affairs of the

The laws governing the sale of cigarettes and the places where people are allowed to smoke have become stronger in response to people’ s growing G. American football is one of the most popular sports in the United States. It is a very physical game and the players wear helmets and special

Environment. In a report published this Tuesday, the High Council for the Climate notes that France is lagging behind its European neighbors on the energy renovation of buildings, which is nevertheless essential for the ecological transition. In particular, he recommends better spending of public money to direct it towards in-depth renovations.

Disappearance. Christophe Dominici, figure of French rugby, died at 48 . The former France XV winger is said to have committed suicide.

Coronavirus. Russia has claimed that its Sputnik V vaccine against Covid-19 is 95% effective, as vaccine competition rages on in the face of the spreading pandemic around the world.

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Solidarity. In Ouistreham, , a collective of inhabitants has organized itself to provide the fullest possible assistance to migrants who try to go to England, via the ferries leaving from the Norman port.

Macron holds TV speech on easing the corona requirements

 Macron holds TV speech on easing the corona requirements French President Emmanuel Macron wants to comment on a possible easing of the corona restrictions on Tuesday (8 p.m.). In a televised address, Macron wants to explain the further course. The increase in the number of infections had recently slowed significantly. Strict exit restrictions have been in place in France for a good three weeks. © Ludovic MARIN French President Emmanuel Macron wants to comment on a possible relaxation of the corona restrictions on Tuesday.

Many people join and support various international organizations and green parties. Human life is the most important, and polluted air, poisoned water C. I never wanted to be a teacher. Yet years later, I find myself teaching high school English. I consider my job to be one of the most important aspects

Australia' s second most populated state says it' s illegal to change a light bulb unless you're a licensed electrician. Apparently, rebels who defy this law Part of the CRTC (Canadian Radio and Television Commission) that for both types of programming there has to be at least a fifth by Caadian performers.

Analysis. The debates on the “global security” bill, the revelations of “Mediapart” and then “Libé” splashing Jean-Michel Blanquer, but also the violent evacuation Monday evening of a migrant camp at Place de la République: three opportunities to measure the gap between speech and deeds .

Health. More than eleven years after being vaccinated against the H1N1 flu virus, Marie is still awaiting her compensation due to side effects that no one disputes. The state has to pay, because it quickly made a commitment to the pharmaceutical companies to compensate the victims.

Higher education. Voices are being raised among business school students for demanding "partial reimbursement of tuition fees" due to the health crisis. Schools report high operating costs, despite distance education.

Emmanuel Macron brings together the executive and the majority to discuss police and security .
© Copyright 2020, L'Obs The President of the Republic meets this Monday noon, November 30, at the Elysée, Prime Minister Jean Castex, ministers and the leaders of the parliamentary groups of the majority around sovereign subjects, police and security, we learned from parliamentary and government sources. The meeting should focus on the president's request on Friday to "quickly make proposals to reaffirm the bond of trust" between the police and the population.

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