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Eyeing reelection bid, Macron looks to repair French economy
PARIS (AP) — President Emmanuel Macron’s plans for bringing France out of the pandemic aren't just about resuscitating long-closed restaurants, boutiques and museums. They are also about preparing his possible campaign for a second term. A year before the next presidential election, Macron is focusing on saving jobs and reviving the pandemic-battered French economy as his country inches out of its third partial lockdown. The centrist president'sA year before the next presidential election, Macron is focusing on saving jobs and reviving the pandemic-battered French economy as his country inches out of its third partial lockdown.
become owner, a French dream that did not take a ride. At the beginning of the twentieth century, in the former department of the Seine which understood, until 1968, Paris, the Seine-Saint-Denis, the Hauts-de-Seine and the Val-de-Marne, less than 5% of Our fellow citizens owned their housing (1) .today won . At the national level, France has nearly 60% of owners. They are not the champions of Europe, Hungary or Poland, their hinter number of 90%, but they occupy the individual ownership platoon.
French demonstrators demand more action on climate change
PARIS (AP) — Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Paris and other French cities on Sunday to call for more ambitious measures in the fight against climate change. The nationwide protests come after the lower house of parliament this week approved a climate bill aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions that environment activists say doesn’t go far or fast enough. “As it stands, the (proposed) law is a climatic and social failure,” said a group of climate campaigners, “Ensemble pour le climat” ("Together for climate”).Greenpeace France denounced “the government’s refusal to take action for climate.
A legacy of a peasant France that pulled its wealth of land and prospered with the increase in it. But also a symbol inherited from the French Revolution and the night of August 4, 1789 with the abolition of privileges. A dream of equality. More prosaic, it iswhich has allowed the rise of the phenomenon. Today, with floor interest rates, savings accounts with failed returns, the stone has never had so much interest. This real estate frenzy has fun the most savvy financiers that see in this dream (our investigation by updating perfectly illustrates) a wealth illusion. Real estate is expensive, it is subject to taxes and heavy taxes, as well as its transmission. may undoubtedly be much more remunerative. But it is still necessary to know the financial mechanisms and have the means to lose the money invested on the stock market. Over time, quality good never devalues, and it's a form of pension insurance.
1. According to the sociologist and historian Christian Topalov.
Macron, in swipe at Turkey, says NATO must commit to values .
BRUSSELS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron said Friday that NATO leaders must make a clear, unequivocal commitment to the military organization’s values and rules at a summit next month — a thinly veiled swipe at Turkey’s conduct within the alliance. Macron ruffled feathers at NATO just ahead of the last summit in December 2019 when he lamented the “brain death” of the 30-nation alliance, due to a perceived lack of U.S. leadership under former President Donald Trump and unilateral military actions taken by Turkey in Syria without warning its partners.