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[date_timestamp] => 1644283369 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Dunkirk carnival canceled by authorities [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/dunkirk-carnival-canceled-by-authorities/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 08 Feb 2022 01:06:58 +0000 [category] => NewsauthoritiescanceledcarnivalDunkirk [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/dunkirk-carnival-canceled-by-authorities/ [description] => “The situation is still worrying with an incidence rate close to 4,000 per 100,000 inhabitants”,... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

“The situation is still worrying with an incidence rate close to 4,000 per 100,000 inhabitants”, indicated the prefecture in a press release. The mayors of the sector have decided to follow the recommendations.

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There will be no Dunkirk carnival this year, report Monday February 7 France Bleu Nord. The mayors of the Urban Community of Dunkirk have decided to follow the recommendations of the prefecture. “No band planned on the community territory will take place”, they announced in a press release. Earlier in the day, the prefect of the North recommended to the organizers “to cancel the festivities”. In a press release, Georges-François Leclerc specified that “the conditions are not met to allow the organization of any carnival festivity, as everyone knows, totally incompatible with the application of barrier gestures.”

In the north, “The situation is still worrying with an incidence rate close to 4,000 per 100,000 inhabitants. Today people are dying of Covid-19 in Dunkirk”, added the prefect.

Initially, the mayors of the urban community of Dunkirk (CUD) and the prefecture had decided to cancel the events planned before February 15 and to decide on the continuation of the festivities at the end of January.

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“The situation is still worrying with an incidence rate close to 4,000 per 100,000 inhabitants”, indicated the prefecture in a press release. The mayors of the sector have decided to follow the recommendations.

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There will be no Dunkirk carnival this year, report Monday February 7 France Bleu Nord. The mayors of the Urban Community of Dunkirk have decided to follow the recommendations of the prefecture. “No band planned on the community territory will take place”, they announced in a press release. Earlier in the day, the prefect of the North recommended to the organizers “to cancel the festivities”. In a press release, Georges-François Leclerc specified that “the conditions are not met to allow the organization of any carnival festivity, as everyone knows, totally incompatible with the application of barrier gestures.”

In the north, “The situation is still worrying with an incidence rate close to 4,000 per 100,000 inhabitants. Today people are dying of Covid-19 in Dunkirk”, added the prefect.

Initially, the mayors of the urban community of Dunkirk (CUD) and the prefecture had decided to cancel the events planned before February 15 and to decide on the continuation of the festivities at the end of January.

[date_timestamp] => 1644282418 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => 2022, a new start for the conquest of the Moon [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/2022-a-new-start-for-the-conquest-of-the-moon/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Mon, 07 Feb 2022 20:58:41 +0000 [category] => NewsconquestMoonstart [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/2022-a-new-start-for-the-conquest-of-the-moon/ [description] => The top of the SLS, in its assembly building. One distinguishes on both sides the... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Who still really remembers John Young, Charles Duke, Harrison Schmitt and Gene Cernan? These Americans are the last four men to have walked on the Moon, during the Apollo-16 and 17 missions. It was in 1972. Apollo-18, 19 and 20 never took place, canceled for budgetary reasons and undoubtedly also because the conquest of the Moon no longer fascinated either the crowds or the media. A bit like saying “that’s done” by ticking a box on the list of tasks to be accomplished and moving on to something else… Much remained to be done, however, on and with the Moon, but it took fifty years to that the desire to go back there materializes. First under the impetus of the Chinese, with the successes of their Chang’e program, and now with the great return of the Americans. The year 2022 promises to be that of a new start for the conquest of the Moon, with a dozen missions in the starting blocks.

The one that will attract all eyes will undoubtedly be Artemis-1, which could take off in the spring. Twin sister of Apollo in Greek mythology, the goddess Artemis lends her name to NASA’s return to the Moon program, which aims to land humans ? and in particular the first woman ? on the surface of our satellite. nature in 2025. As explained by Jean Blouvac, head of the Exploration and manned flights program at the National Center for Space Studies, « Artemis-1 will mark the first flight of the new American heavy launcher Space Launch System [SLS], with the Orion spacecraft, which are the modern successors to the Saturn-5 rocket of the 1960s-1970s and the Apollo spacecraft?. Expected for more than a decade, the SLS will be the most powerful launcher ever built. In its first version, it will be able to send around thirty tons into lunar orbit.

Round trip to lunar orbit

Who says first flight (or “qualification flight”, in space jargon) also says unmanned flight. The objective is to test materials and systems. A nearly 100-meter-tall monster flanked by two solid-state boosters, the SLS will tear itself out of the ground at Cape Canaveral, Florida, and put Orion (part of which, the service module, is provided by the European Space Agency ) in orbit around the Earth. Then the intermediate stage will give the capsule enough thrust to launch itself towards the Moon. Orion will approach 100 kilometers from the surface of the star and will take advantage of its gravitational force to enter a distant orbit (70,000 kilometers away from our satellite).

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Who still really remembers John Young, Charles Duke, Harrison Schmitt and Gene Cernan? These Americans are the last four men to have walked on the Moon, during the Apollo-16 and 17 missions. It was in 1972. Apollo-18, 19 and 20 never took place, canceled for budgetary reasons and undoubtedly also because the conquest of the Moon no longer fascinated either the crowds or the media. A bit like saying “that’s done” by ticking a box on the list of tasks to be accomplished and moving on to something else… Much remained to be done, however, on and with the Moon, but it took fifty years to that the desire to go back there materializes. First under the impetus of the Chinese, with the successes of their Chang’e program, and now with the great return of the Americans. The year 2022 promises to be that of a new start for the conquest of the Moon, with a dozen missions in the starting blocks.

The one that will attract all eyes will undoubtedly be Artemis-1, which could take off in the spring. Twin sister of Apollo in Greek mythology, the goddess Artemis lends her name to NASA’s return to the Moon program, which aims to land humans ? and in particular the first woman ? on the surface of our satellite. nature in 2025. As explained by Jean Blouvac, head of the Exploration and manned flights program at the National Center for Space Studies, « Artemis-1 will mark the first flight of the new American heavy launcher Space Launch System [SLS], with the Orion spacecraft, which are the modern successors to the Saturn-5 rocket of the 1960s-1970s and the Apollo spacecraft?. Expected for more than a decade, the SLS will be the most powerful launcher ever built. In its first version, it will be able to send around thirty tons into lunar orbit.

Round trip to lunar orbit

Who says first flight (or “qualification flight”, in space jargon) also says unmanned flight. The objective is to test materials and systems. A nearly 100-meter-tall monster flanked by two solid-state boosters, the SLS will tear itself out of the ground at Cape Canaveral, Florida, and put Orion (part of which, the service module, is provided by the European Space Agency ) in orbit around the Earth. Then the intermediate stage will give the capsule enough thrust to launch itself towards the Moon. Orion will approach 100 kilometers from the surface of the star and will take advantage of its gravitational force to enter a distant orbit (70,000 kilometers away from our satellite).

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[date_timestamp] => 1644267521 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => How the ?freedom convoy? of Canadian truckers is trying to export to France [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/how-the-freedom-convoy-of-canadian-truckers-is-trying-to-export-to-france/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Mon, 07 Feb 2022 19:35:39 +0000 [category] => NewsCanadianconvoyexportFrancefreedomtruckers [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/how-the-freedom-convoy-of-canadian-truckers-is-trying-to-export-to-france/ [description] => The Canadian movement Freedom Convoy, a mobilization of truckers hostile to the vaccination obligation, took... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The mayor of Ottawa declared a state of emergency in his city on Sunday, February 6, paralyzed by the action of truckers hostile to health measures against Covid-19. The Canadian federal capital has been paralyzed for several days by the Freedom Convoy (?freedom convoy?), a demonstration of truckers hostile to the new law on compulsory vaccination. About five hundred heavyweights from across the country had joined on January 29 in Ottawa, blocking the main roads and honking their horns all day long. Some flew Confederate and Nazi flags.

The movement spread, with demonstrations of support on February 5 and 6 in Toronto, Vancouver or Quebec. And desires to export the movement to Europe and beyond have emerged in recent days in networks hostile to health policy. Similar initiatives have been observed in Leeuwarden in the Netherlands, Schwerin in Germany, or even Canberra in Australia, while a convoy plans to descend on Brussels on February 14. Passing through a strategic stage: Paris.

As soon as the Freedom Convoy was talked about, opponents of the French government’s health policy welcomed the initiative of the Canadian truckers, even if it meant relaying false information by exaggerating the importance or the political impact. They claimed, for example, that the convoy had forced the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, to flee, when the latter, suffering from Covid-19, had isolated.

On French social networks, there are many calls to establish a roadblock in Paris from Friday 11 to Sunday 13 February. A website has been created to list the routes that these convoys could take to converge on the capital, starting from Morlaix (Finistère) or Nice (Alpes-Maritimes). For the most motivated, the objective is to go as far as Brussels on February 14, to join the convoys from other countries.

Several Facebook and Telegram discussion groups have been created in the past two weeks to coordinate the initiative, at national or local level. The main one, ?Le convoy de la liberté?, has more than 250,000 subscribers, while on Telegram, several delegations by country have been created, such as the group ?Convoy France? with 23,000 sympathizers or ?Tous à Paris?. The chain La Meute, a tribute to the Mamans louves collective, which fights against the vaccination of children, has between 100 and 500 followers on each of its 90 departmental branches.

These groups mix heterogeneous profiles. There are many “yellow vests”, truckers, restaurateurs, “rebellious”, activists from the National Rally, as well as Anonymous – an international radical left movement born during the subprime crisis. But also naturopaths, “confidence coaches”, or “vibration” specialists opposed to anti-Covid-19 vaccines and promoters of alternative treatments against the epidemic (hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, etc.)

Despite an apparent desire for moderation, one can read violent remarks in these Telegram groups (some speak of “take out the guns”) or illegal, with offers of fake health passes.

Among these thousands of anonymous people, a figure emerged: that of Rémi Monde, co-organizer and spokesperson for the movement. According to his Facebook page, he presents himself as a follower of road groups, of Professor Didier Raoult and of documentaries with a conspiratorial tendency. Hold-up. Estimating that ?the people of France have had enough?, on January 30, he calls in a video for a convergence of motorists towards Paris, in the name of freedoms.

“We, the people of France, from all walks of life, must rise up, because they [les gouvernants] go too far and that if we don’t say stop they will never stop. »

Verification : The untruths of the documentary “Hold-up”

Many groups linked to the QAnon conspiratorial movement, such as “Les DéQodeurs”, “QactusPublic”, “Qode17info”, “New World Order” or even “Patriotesfrancophones” have relayed the initiative.

She also received the support of political figures such as Jean-Frédéric Poisson, president of “Via, the way of the people” and close to Eric Zemmour, the pro-Raoult speaker Idriss Aberkane or the president of the Patriots, Florian Philippot, who surfing for a year on the wave of anti-restriction movements: ?The French resistance fighters are fully with them. Something huge is happening!? enthused the latter. This attempt at recovery was not to the liking of Rémi Monde, who presents the liberty convoy as ?apolitical, owned by the citizens, quite simply?.

In his messages, Mr. Monde calls for the lifting of all health restrictions, but his demands are broader: the suspension of all European directives, the partial zero-rating of gasoline, the increase in net salaries, the resignation of deputies , senators, ministers and the President of the Republic, and the establishment of the popular initiative referendum. Themes reminiscent of those of the yellow vests in the fall of 2018.

Can the French “freedom convoy” take on the same magnitude as its Canadian counterpart? It is not so obvious, because the situations are different in the two countries.

First of all, the health restrictions that apply to road transport are not the same as in North America. Since January 15, Canadian truckers are, in fact, subject to the vaccination obligation. On the French side, the rules are different. They have the right to travel between countries and they can eat at truck stops without a vaccination pass. ?We are included in a movement that therefore does not concern us. They use the imaginary power of a convoy to block I-don’t-know-who or I-don’t-know-what” , explains Christophe Denizot, secretary general of the Sud-Solidaires Federation of road transport, who dissociates himself from this movement.

Another major difference, noted by Mr. Denizot:

?Unlike Canada, we do not own our truck, if we participate in this convoy, we can have our license revoked and fired for obstructing freedom of movement. »

The organizers of the French convoy have already taken note of this. Rémi Monde has therefore chosen, unlike the Canadian demonstrations, to open up the possibility of joining the procession: “by truck, car, bicycle or on horseback, you have to bring together as many people as possible” and ?flooding social media?, he announces. This was also the case in the Netherlands with the convoy that left The Hague on 30 January. The majority of the movement was made up of cars, tractors or motorcycles, accompanied only by a few trucks.

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The mayor of Ottawa declared a state of emergency in his city on Sunday, February 6, paralyzed by the action of truckers hostile to health measures against Covid-19. The Canadian federal capital has been paralyzed for several days by the Freedom Convoy (?freedom convoy?), a demonstration of truckers hostile to the new law on compulsory vaccination. About five hundred heavyweights from across the country had joined on January 29 in Ottawa, blocking the main roads and honking their horns all day long. Some flew Confederate and Nazi flags.

The movement spread, with demonstrations of support on February 5 and 6 in Toronto, Vancouver or Quebec. And desires to export the movement to Europe and beyond have emerged in recent days in networks hostile to health policy. Similar initiatives have been observed in Leeuwarden in the Netherlands, Schwerin in Germany, or even Canberra in Australia, while a convoy plans to descend on Brussels on February 14. Passing through a strategic stage: Paris.

As soon as the Freedom Convoy was talked about, opponents of the French government’s health policy welcomed the initiative of the Canadian truckers, even if it meant relaying false information by exaggerating the importance or the political impact. They claimed, for example, that the convoy had forced the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, to flee, when the latter, suffering from Covid-19, had isolated.

On French social networks, there are many calls to establish a roadblock in Paris from Friday 11 to Sunday 13 February. A website has been created to list the routes that these convoys could take to converge on the capital, starting from Morlaix (Finistère) or Nice (Alpes-Maritimes). For the most motivated, the objective is to go as far as Brussels on February 14, to join the convoys from other countries.

Several Facebook and Telegram discussion groups have been created in the past two weeks to coordinate the initiative, at national or local level. The main one, ?Le convoy de la liberté?, has more than 250,000 subscribers, while on Telegram, several delegations by country have been created, such as the group ?Convoy France? with 23,000 sympathizers or ?Tous à Paris?. The chain La Meute, a tribute to the Mamans louves collective, which fights against the vaccination of children, has between 100 and 500 followers on each of its 90 departmental branches.

These groups mix heterogeneous profiles. There are many “yellow vests”, truckers, restaurateurs, “rebellious”, activists from the National Rally, as well as Anonymous – an international radical left movement born during the subprime crisis. But also naturopaths, “confidence coaches”, or “vibration” specialists opposed to anti-Covid-19 vaccines and promoters of alternative treatments against the epidemic (hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, etc.)

Despite an apparent desire for moderation, one can read violent remarks in these Telegram groups (some speak of “take out the guns”) or illegal, with offers of fake health passes.

Among these thousands of anonymous people, a figure emerged: that of Rémi Monde, co-organizer and spokesperson for the movement. According to his Facebook page, he presents himself as a follower of road groups, of Professor Didier Raoult and of documentaries with a conspiratorial tendency. Hold-up. Estimating that ?the people of France have had enough?, on January 30, he calls in a video for a convergence of motorists towards Paris, in the name of freedoms.

“We, the people of France, from all walks of life, must rise up, because they [les gouvernants] go too far and that if we don’t say stop they will never stop. »

Verification : The untruths of the documentary “Hold-up”

Many groups linked to the QAnon conspiratorial movement, such as “Les DéQodeurs”, “QactusPublic”, “Qode17info”, “New World Order” or even “Patriotesfrancophones” have relayed the initiative.

She also received the support of political figures such as Jean-Frédéric Poisson, president of “Via, the way of the people” and close to Eric Zemmour, the pro-Raoult speaker Idriss Aberkane or the president of the Patriots, Florian Philippot, who surfing for a year on the wave of anti-restriction movements: ?The French resistance fighters are fully with them. Something huge is happening!? enthused the latter. This attempt at recovery was not to the liking of Rémi Monde, who presents the liberty convoy as ?apolitical, owned by the citizens, quite simply?.

In his messages, Mr. Monde calls for the lifting of all health restrictions, but his demands are broader: the suspension of all European directives, the partial zero-rating of gasoline, the increase in net salaries, the resignation of deputies , senators, ministers and the President of the Republic, and the establishment of the popular initiative referendum. Themes reminiscent of those of the yellow vests in the fall of 2018.

Can the French “freedom convoy” take on the same magnitude as its Canadian counterpart? It is not so obvious, because the situations are different in the two countries.

First of all, the health restrictions that apply to road transport are not the same as in North America. Since January 15, Canadian truckers are, in fact, subject to the vaccination obligation. On the French side, the rules are different. They have the right to travel between countries and they can eat at truck stops without a vaccination pass. ?We are included in a movement that therefore does not concern us. They use the imaginary power of a convoy to block I-don’t-know-who or I-don’t-know-what” , explains Christophe Denizot, secretary general of the Sud-Solidaires Federation of road transport, who dissociates himself from this movement.

Another major difference, noted by Mr. Denizot:

?Unlike Canada, we do not own our truck, if we participate in this convoy, we can have our license revoked and fired for obstructing freedom of movement. »

The organizers of the French convoy have already taken note of this. Rémi Monde has therefore chosen, unlike the Canadian demonstrations, to open up the possibility of joining the procession: “by truck, car, bicycle or on horseback, you have to bring together as many people as possible” and ?flooding social media?, he announces. This was also the case in the Netherlands with the convoy that left The Hague on 30 January. The majority of the movement was made up of cars, tractors or motorcycles, accompanied only by a few trucks.

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According to sinologist Marie Holzman, it is “a habit for scholars of China to witness forced confessions.”

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The interview of the Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai published Monday, February 7 in the newspaper The Team is “a gesture of propaganda” of the regime, says sinologist Marie Holzman on franceinfo. With this interview granted (under conditions) to a major foreign media, the Chinese regime “Gives time to himself, he plays on our capacity to forget, which is immense”, explains the specialist in contemporary China.

In early November, Peng Shuai posted a message on a Chinese social network accusing a Communist Party official of rape. The tennis player quickly erased her words and disappeared in stride.

?The fact that Peng Shuai released this information a hundred days before the opening of the Beijing Olympics was a disaster for the Chinese government?, believes Marie Holzman, who argues that “That’s why he reacted with the violence we saw, before backpedaling by showing that Peng Shuai was fine, smiling, in the middle of her teddy bears.”

These images do not surprise Marie Holzman, who recalls that it is a “Habit for China specialists to witness forced confessions”. Many lawyers, journalists and even foreigners who worked in China were forced to make forced confessions in front of Chinese cameras saying “yes, yes, I am guilty and I ask the rest of humanity to stop taking an interest in my fate and leave my private life alone.”

Peng Shuai met on Saturday February 5 in Beijing with the President of the International Olympic Committee, Thomas Bach. Sinologist Marie Holzman criticizes the organization: “The IOC does not stop compromising itself, it had already done so in Sochi, and there it contravenes all its principles, such as respect for universal values. We must not encourage a dictatorship which is turning into totalitarian fascism, it’s madness to collaborate with them today”, judge Marie Holzman.

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The interview of the Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai published Monday, February 7 in the newspaper The Team is “a gesture of propaganda” of the regime, says sinologist Marie Holzman on franceinfo. With this interview granted (under conditions) to a major foreign media, the Chinese regime “Gives time to himself, he plays on our capacity to forget, which is immense”, explains the specialist in contemporary China.

In early November, Peng Shuai posted a message on a Chinese social network accusing a Communist Party official of rape. The tennis player quickly erased her words and disappeared in stride.

?The fact that Peng Shuai released this information a hundred days before the opening of the Beijing Olympics was a disaster for the Chinese government?, believes Marie Holzman, who argues that “That’s why he reacted with the violence we saw, before backpedaling by showing that Peng Shuai was fine, smiling, in the middle of her teddy bears.”

These images do not surprise Marie Holzman, who recalls that it is a “Habit for China specialists to witness forced confessions”. Many lawyers, journalists and even foreigners who worked in China were forced to make forced confessions in front of Chinese cameras saying “yes, yes, I am guilty and I ask the rest of humanity to stop taking an interest in my fate and leave my private life alone.”

Peng Shuai met on Saturday February 5 in Beijing with the President of the International Olympic Committee, Thomas Bach. Sinologist Marie Holzman criticizes the organization: “The IOC does not stop compromising itself, it had already done so in Sochi, and there it contravenes all its principles, such as respect for universal values. We must not encourage a dictatorship which is turning into totalitarian fascism, it’s madness to collaborate with them today”, judge Marie Holzman.

[date_timestamp] => 1644257706 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Delphine Jubillar: this other hiccup in the hearing of her son who could deal a fatal blow to the investigation [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/delphine-jubillar-this-other-hiccup-in-the-hearing-of-her-son-who-could-deal-a-fatal-blow-to-the-investigation/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Mon, 07 Feb 2022 18:00:08 +0000 [category] => NewsblowDealDelphinefatalhearinghiccupinvestigationJubillarson [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/delphine-jubillar-this-other-hiccup-in-the-hearing-of-her-son-who-could-deal-a-fatal-blow-to-the-investigation/ [description] => While a first hiccup was identified for the hearing of the son of Delphine Jubillar... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

While a first hiccup was identified for the hearing of the son of Delphine Jubillar in the case of the disappearance of his mother, here is another detail that could harm this crucial testimony in this investigation.

Mistakes accumulate. Since December 2020, searches have multiplied to try to find the body of Delphine Jubillar, who has been missing since a night walk a few days before Christmas. Suspect number 1, her husband Cédric was indicted and imprisoned for “aggravated spousal murder”. However, a shadow on the board persists: where is the mother? The main witness in this case, the eldest son, Louis, was heard several times by the investigators, reporting an argument between his parents on that famous December evening. However, his testimony could be revoked by his father’s lawyers because of a small hiccup.

The last hearing of Louis, 7, before the investigating judges, on November 26, could indeed be canceled, as reported The Dispatch. If the main problem remains the fact that this hearing was not recorded by video, in accordance with the procedure with regard to the hearings of minors, victims or civil parties, in a criminal case, another detail is fishy. As the daily specifies, the transcript is not dated November 26 but the day before, the 25th, a date problem that could push the lawyers to ask for its nullity in the file.

What did Louis say to the judges?

However, while Delphine Jubillar’s body cannot be found, the testimony of the little boy seems more essential than ever in this case, he who said he remembered his two parents that evening, having a tense exchange when he was lying in his bed. Facing the judges, Louis said he saw “his parents clinging and arguing”, and in particular having heard Delphine Jubillar ask her husband, quite firmly, to leave her alone. “Stop !”, she reportedly said. A key testimony, in particular concerning Cédric Jubillar, who has always claimed not to have argued with his wife on the evening of his disappearance.

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While a first hiccup was identified for the hearing of the son of Delphine Jubillar in the case of the disappearance of his mother, here is another detail that could harm this crucial testimony in this investigation.

Mistakes accumulate. Since December 2020, searches have multiplied to try to find the body of Delphine Jubillar, who has been missing since a night walk a few days before Christmas. Suspect number 1, her husband Cédric was indicted and imprisoned for “aggravated spousal murder”. However, a shadow on the board persists: where is the mother? The main witness in this case, the eldest son, Louis, was heard several times by the investigators, reporting an argument between his parents on that famous December evening. However, his testimony could be revoked by his father’s lawyers because of a small hiccup.

The last hearing of Louis, 7, before the investigating judges, on November 26, could indeed be canceled, as reported The Dispatch. If the main problem remains the fact that this hearing was not recorded by video, in accordance with the procedure with regard to the hearings of minors, victims or civil parties, in a criminal case, another detail is fishy. As the daily specifies, the transcript is not dated November 26 but the day before, the 25th, a date problem that could push the lawyers to ask for its nullity in the file.

What did Louis say to the judges?

However, while Delphine Jubillar’s body cannot be found, the testimony of the little boy seems more essential than ever in this case, he who said he remembered his two parents that evening, having a tense exchange when he was lying in his bed. Facing the judges, Louis said he saw “his parents clinging and arguing”, and in particular having heard Delphine Jubillar ask her husband, quite firmly, to leave her alone. “Stop !”, she reportedly said. A key testimony, in particular concerning Cédric Jubillar, who has always claimed not to have argued with his wife on the evening of his disappearance.

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Posted 7 Feb. 2022 at 10:12Updated Feb 7. 2022 at 15:48

Nearly two months before the first round, the presidential campaign is now in full swing, with an election still uncertain. The weekend was marked by a remote duel between Marine Le Pen and Eric Zemmour, who gathered their troops in Reims and Lille. On the left, the battle is also launched. In Marseille, stronghold of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Fabien Roussel held his first major meeting, presenting himself as the ?candidate of work and wages?.

Information to remember

> The showdown stretches to the far right

> Taubira wants an overhaul of Parliament

> The majority awaits Macron

>> Follow live the highlights of the day of February 7

> Emmanuel Macron “determined and lucid” before meeting Vladimir Putin

The French president arrived in Moscow on Monday to meet his Russian counterpart in the Kremlin. He said he was “determined and lucid” about the possibility of reducing tension on Ukraine’s borders. Emmanuel Macron had conditioned, during an interview with “La Voix du Nord” his candidacy announcement to a de-escalation of tensions between the two countries.

Emmanuel Macron said he did not believe that there could be “short-term victory” in the negotiations but that the important thing was to “recreate” “trust” with Vladimir Putin. He will then travel to Kiev on Tuesday to meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

> The Grandes Ecoles are calling for better student guidance

The Conference of Grandes Ecoles (CGE) presented Friday its flagship proposals for the presidential election. She highlights the importance of student guidance, which should make it possible to avoid self-censorship and the pursuit of ?gendered? studies. School principals warn in particular about the lack of engineers, especially girls, in scientific fields. ?The common core of the high school is not wide enough?, deplores the president of the CGE Laurent Champaney.

> Presidency of the RN: Marine Le Pen still receives her remuneration

While she passed the torch to Jordan Bardella during the campaign, the candidate is still paid as president of the far-right party. “Everyone understands that, in the case of the trips that she (Marine Le Pen) is required to make in the context of electoral campaigns, in the context of the people she is required to meet, she may have an envelope of costs for his lunches, for his travels, ?confirmed the interim president of the RN on BFMTV and RMC. According to his declaration to the High Authority for the transparency of public life (HATVP), this remuneration is around 5,000 euros per month.

> The match for the second round still very uncertain

For a month, no candidate for the Elysée Palace has experienced any momentum in the OpinionWay-Kéa Partners barometer for “Les Echos” and Classic Radio. The match for the second round between Marine Le Pen, Eric Zemmour and Valérie Pécresse remains very open.

> The results of our daily survey

> “Bérézina migration”: Clément Beaune criticizes the words of Valérie Pécresse

The Secretary of State for European Affairs replied curtly to the candidate LR, who had declared ?not to exclude? the construction of walls at the borders of Europe, to face a ?migratory berezina?.

> Le Pen does not want to be constantly associated with Zemmour

Sunday, for her first campaign meeting, the RN candidate targeted Emmanuel Macron. Two months before the election, competition is raging within the ?national right?.

> ?There are no Nazis in my team?, assures Zemmour

Accused of having “Nazi sympathies” among his troops, Eric Zemmour responded to the teams of Valérie Pécresse. ?Nazification is starting to do well, what do the Nazis have to do with a Jew born in Algeria? he wondered. ?There are no Nazis in my team, you have to stop with this insult that I first took lightly because it was so stupid. ?Before calling to? stop this circus ?.

> Ukraine: Eric Zemmour deems the Russian request ?legitimate?

On France Inter this Monday morning, the candidate felt that Westerners should “commit to Ukraine never entering NATO”, as Moscow wishes. ?Russia’s request is completely legitimate! »

According to the polemicist, the sending of tens of thousands of soldiers to the Ukrainian border takes place ?as part of a standoff?. “Vladimir Putin is a Russian patriot, he defends his interests,” he said.

> Former socialist deputy Eduardo Rihan Cypel rallies Macron

Former deputy for Seine-et-Marne and spokesperson for the PS, Eduardo Rihan Cypel tells the “Parisian” that he will support Emmanuel Macron for the presidential election. He will join Territories of Progress, which constitutes the left wing of the majority. ?When I see the situation of my party and other left formations, I find them irresponsible and not up to standard,? he justifies.

> Le Pen-Zemmour: the ?social? against the ?liberal?

As their presidential showdown grows, Marine Le Pen and Eric Zemmour are forcing the line on their economic differences. The two showed Saturday in meetings the extent of the fracture.

> Valérie Pécresse details her proposals for the school

Candidate LR wants autonomous schools, 5 to 10% of them would even be 100%. Vocational high schools would be entrusted to the regions. Mathematics would come back in force in the curriculum of future graduates.

> In the stronghold of Mélenchon, Fabien Roussel wants to mark his difference

For his first major meeting, the candidate of the French Communist Party detailed Sunday in Marseille his proposals in favor of employment and purchasing power, undermined according to him by the five-year term of Emmanuel Macron.

> In Reims, Marine Le Pen attacks Emmanuel Macron

The candidate of the National Rally held Saturday, Reims, the first major meeting of her campaign. She tried to revive herself and get out of the competition on the right by crushing the outgoing president.

> Christiane Taubira wants to put an end to 49.3 and the right of dissolution

Wishing ?a real separation of powers?, the candidate estimated in the ?JDD? that it was necessary ?to give Parliament back control of its agenda and its agenda. I will remove 49.3, which is a forced passage.

?I will also remove the right of dissolution. When the National Assembly annoys it, the president forces it or dissolves it: it is no longer possible, ?continued the former Keeper of the Seals of François Hollande. She also called for the introduction of obligations ?in terms of social parity and generational parity? to make the National Assembly more representative.

> In Lille, Eric Zemmour takes on Sarkozy accents

On Saturday, in front of nearly 7,000 people, the far-right candidate castigated the assistantship and brought up to date the “work more to earn more” of the former president. He also offered a pay-as-you-go bonus of up to three months net salary.

> The majority puts its divisions aside

Failing to be able to hold large meetings for the moment, the leaders of the presidential majority held, on Sunday, under the banner “together citizens” several round tables. An operation which also and above all aimed to close, for the moment, the period of friction with Edouard Philippe and to make the activists wait.

> The weekly review of our 2022 Presidential survey

Clear progress for Macron, Le Pen-Pécresse still elbow-to-elbow, Zemmour narrows the gap… Overview of the main lessons from the results of the OpinionWay-Kéa Partners daily barometer for “Les Echos” last week.

) [summary] => Posted 7 Feb. 2022 at 10:12Updated Feb 7. 2022 at 15:48 Nearly two months before... [atom_content] =>

Posted 7 Feb. 2022 at 10:12Updated Feb 7. 2022 at 15:48

Nearly two months before the first round, the presidential campaign is now in full swing, with an election still uncertain. The weekend was marked by a remote duel between Marine Le Pen and Eric Zemmour, who gathered their troops in Reims and Lille. On the left, the battle is also launched. In Marseille, stronghold of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Fabien Roussel held his first major meeting, presenting himself as the ?candidate of work and wages?.

Information to remember

> The showdown stretches to the far right

> Taubira wants an overhaul of Parliament

> The majority awaits Macron

>> Follow live the highlights of the day of February 7

> Emmanuel Macron “determined and lucid” before meeting Vladimir Putin

The French president arrived in Moscow on Monday to meet his Russian counterpart in the Kremlin. He said he was “determined and lucid” about the possibility of reducing tension on Ukraine’s borders. Emmanuel Macron had conditioned, during an interview with “La Voix du Nord” his candidacy announcement to a de-escalation of tensions between the two countries.

Emmanuel Macron said he did not believe that there could be “short-term victory” in the negotiations but that the important thing was to “recreate” “trust” with Vladimir Putin. He will then travel to Kiev on Tuesday to meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

> The Grandes Ecoles are calling for better student guidance

The Conference of Grandes Ecoles (CGE) presented Friday its flagship proposals for the presidential election. She highlights the importance of student guidance, which should make it possible to avoid self-censorship and the pursuit of ?gendered? studies. School principals warn in particular about the lack of engineers, especially girls, in scientific fields. ?The common core of the high school is not wide enough?, deplores the president of the CGE Laurent Champaney.

> Presidency of the RN: Marine Le Pen still receives her remuneration

While she passed the torch to Jordan Bardella during the campaign, the candidate is still paid as president of the far-right party. “Everyone understands that, in the case of the trips that she (Marine Le Pen) is required to make in the context of electoral campaigns, in the context of the people she is required to meet, she may have an envelope of costs for his lunches, for his travels, ?confirmed the interim president of the RN on BFMTV and RMC. According to his declaration to the High Authority for the transparency of public life (HATVP), this remuneration is around 5,000 euros per month.

> The match for the second round still very uncertain

For a month, no candidate for the Elysée Palace has experienced any momentum in the OpinionWay-Kéa Partners barometer for “Les Echos” and Classic Radio. The match for the second round between Marine Le Pen, Eric Zemmour and Valérie Pécresse remains very open.

> The results of our daily survey

> “Bérézina migration”: Clément Beaune criticizes the words of Valérie Pécresse

The Secretary of State for European Affairs replied curtly to the candidate LR, who had declared ?not to exclude? the construction of walls at the borders of Europe, to face a ?migratory berezina?.

> Le Pen does not want to be constantly associated with Zemmour

Sunday, for her first campaign meeting, the RN candidate targeted Emmanuel Macron. Two months before the election, competition is raging within the ?national right?.

> ?There are no Nazis in my team?, assures Zemmour

Accused of having “Nazi sympathies” among his troops, Eric Zemmour responded to the teams of Valérie Pécresse. ?Nazification is starting to do well, what do the Nazis have to do with a Jew born in Algeria? he wondered. ?There are no Nazis in my team, you have to stop with this insult that I first took lightly because it was so stupid. ?Before calling to? stop this circus ?.

> Ukraine: Eric Zemmour deems the Russian request ?legitimate?

On France Inter this Monday morning, the candidate felt that Westerners should “commit to Ukraine never entering NATO”, as Moscow wishes. ?Russia’s request is completely legitimate! »

According to the polemicist, the sending of tens of thousands of soldiers to the Ukrainian border takes place ?as part of a standoff?. “Vladimir Putin is a Russian patriot, he defends his interests,” he said.

> Former socialist deputy Eduardo Rihan Cypel rallies Macron

Former deputy for Seine-et-Marne and spokesperson for the PS, Eduardo Rihan Cypel tells the “Parisian” that he will support Emmanuel Macron for the presidential election. He will join Territories of Progress, which constitutes the left wing of the majority. ?When I see the situation of my party and other left formations, I find them irresponsible and not up to standard,? he justifies.

> Le Pen-Zemmour: the ?social? against the ?liberal?

As their presidential showdown grows, Marine Le Pen and Eric Zemmour are forcing the line on their economic differences. The two showed Saturday in meetings the extent of the fracture.

> Valérie Pécresse details her proposals for the school

Candidate LR wants autonomous schools, 5 to 10% of them would even be 100%. Vocational high schools would be entrusted to the regions. Mathematics would come back in force in the curriculum of future graduates.

> In the stronghold of Mélenchon, Fabien Roussel wants to mark his difference

For his first major meeting, the candidate of the French Communist Party detailed Sunday in Marseille his proposals in favor of employment and purchasing power, undermined according to him by the five-year term of Emmanuel Macron.

> In Reims, Marine Le Pen attacks Emmanuel Macron

The candidate of the National Rally held Saturday, Reims, the first major meeting of her campaign. She tried to revive herself and get out of the competition on the right by crushing the outgoing president.

> Christiane Taubira wants to put an end to 49.3 and the right of dissolution

Wishing ?a real separation of powers?, the candidate estimated in the ?JDD? that it was necessary ?to give Parliament back control of its agenda and its agenda. I will remove 49.3, which is a forced passage.

?I will also remove the right of dissolution. When the National Assembly annoys it, the president forces it or dissolves it: it is no longer possible, ?continued the former Keeper of the Seals of François Hollande. She also called for the introduction of obligations ?in terms of social parity and generational parity? to make the National Assembly more representative.

> In Lille, Eric Zemmour takes on Sarkozy accents

On Saturday, in front of nearly 7,000 people, the far-right candidate castigated the assistantship and brought up to date the “work more to earn more” of the former president. He also offered a pay-as-you-go bonus of up to three months net salary.

> The majority puts its divisions aside

Failing to be able to hold large meetings for the moment, the leaders of the presidential majority held, on Sunday, under the banner “together citizens” several round tables. An operation which also and above all aimed to close, for the moment, the period of friction with Edouard Philippe and to make the activists wait.

> The weekly review of our 2022 Presidential survey

Clear progress for Macron, Le Pen-Pécresse still elbow-to-elbow, Zemmour narrows the gap… Overview of the main lessons from the results of the OpinionWay-Kéa Partners daily barometer for “Les Echos” last week.

[date_timestamp] => 1644245926 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => biathlete Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet, individual silver medalist [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/biathlete-anais-chevalier-bouchet-individual-silver-medalist/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Mon, 07 Feb 2022 14:25:47 +0000 [category] => NewsAnaïsbiathlèteChevalierBouchetindividualmedalistSilver [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/biathlete-anais-chevalier-bouchet-individual-silver-medalist/ [description] => Anais Chevalier-Bouchet celebrates his second place in the individual Beijing Olympics on February 7. FRANK... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

According to the formula dear to the former boss of the French handball team, now head of the National Sports Agency (ANS), Claude Onesta: French biathletes did not come to the Beijing Olympics “for sightseeing”. ?We are not going to lie to each other, we are here to look for medals?, abounded on Wednesday February 2 in a press videoconference, Frédéric Jean, the women’s coach.

After the money gleaned by the mixed relay on Saturday, Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet came to enrich the record of the Blues at the XXIVe Olympic Games, Monday February 7, finishing second in the individual, behind the former German cross-country skier, Denise Herrmann. The Norwegian Marte Roeiseland completes the podium.

Beijing 2022 Olympics: French biathlon silver medalist in mixed relay

This endurance test, where each fault on the shooting range is not accompanied by a lap on the penalty ring, but by a one-minute disbursement on the clock, kicked off the four individual races disputed during the fortnight.

?Much fairer conditions?

Far from the extreme conditions of the past few days, it was under a slightly overcast sky, milder temperatures (?9°C) and a much less capricious wind, that the 89 athletes entered covered the 15 kilometers of the Zhangjiakou track. . ?The conditions were much fairer for everyone, will explain the new medalist after the finish. There was less wind, I didn’t get cold fingers or feet? It also helps to do a good biathlon. » The format of the race, without direct confrontation, does not lend itself to immediate outpourings of joy: Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet had to wait long minutes to find out the verdict of the day and, finally, to celebrate with the management of the Blues.

The face of the Frenchwoman quickly found a smile. Disappointed by her performance during the mixed relay (five faults and a penalty lap), the 28-year-old biathlete was keen to have a good race. She was impressive behind the rifle (19/20) and above all set a good tempo on the firing line, allowing her to compete with her competitors, who are faster on skis. “The days do not follow each other in the way of doing things, but in the color of the medal yes, jokes the interested party after the race. I was much more relaxed, everything came more naturally. »

It was harder for Justine Braisaz-Bouchet (15/20), Anaïs Bescond (16/20) and Julia Simon, who missed three bullets on her last shot (16/20). They respectively finish 40e, 30e and 21e of the day’s test.

The Swedish Hanna Öberg, reigning individual Olympic champion, and the Norwegian Marte Olsbu Roeiseland, current leader of the World Cup and who has never won a world title in the individual, started as favorites. But they flinched on the shooting range: three faults for the first (16e); two faults for the second.

?We pull ourselves up?

Before the start, Les Bleues were more of a scarecrow: Justine Braisaz-Bouchet, Anaïs Bescond, Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet and Julia Simon are all in the top 15 in the world. The quartet has accumulated eleven podiums in the fifteen events contested since the start of the season and it is in this race format that the French women have recorded their only victory of this 2021-2022 financial year: that of Justine Braisaz-Bouchet at Antholz. -Anterselva in Italy, at the end of January, accompanied on the podium by Julia Simon (2e).

Beijing 2022 Olympics: French biathlon silver medalist in mixed relay

“Over the last fifteen years, it is clearly the densest women’s team that we have had”, argued Stéphane Bouthiaux, the boss of French biathlon at a press conference last week. ?We pull ourselves up, summed up Julia Simon. There, we can all get a medal and it’s encouraging to say that there is not one that is put forward. There are really four of us who can stand on a podium. »

The girls will still have three opportunities to shine alone with the sprint on February 11, the pursuit on February 13, and finally the mass start (mass start) on February 19, which will close the Olympic fortnight and for which they are all already qualified… And which knows, perhaps bring France a new individual Olympic title, more than fifteen years after her only coronation: that of Florence Baverel-Robert crowned in the sprint in Turin, in 2006.

) [summary] => Anais Chevalier-Bouchet celebrates his second place in the individual Beijing Olympics on February 7. FRANK... [atom_content] =>

According to the formula dear to the former boss of the French handball team, now head of the National Sports Agency (ANS), Claude Onesta: French biathletes did not come to the Beijing Olympics “for sightseeing”. ?We are not going to lie to each other, we are here to look for medals?, abounded on Wednesday February 2 in a press videoconference, Frédéric Jean, the women’s coach.

After the money gleaned by the mixed relay on Saturday, Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet came to enrich the record of the Blues at the XXIVe Olympic Games, Monday February 7, finishing second in the individual, behind the former German cross-country skier, Denise Herrmann. The Norwegian Marte Roeiseland completes the podium.

Beijing 2022 Olympics: French biathlon silver medalist in mixed relay

This endurance test, where each fault on the shooting range is not accompanied by a lap on the penalty ring, but by a one-minute disbursement on the clock, kicked off the four individual races disputed during the fortnight.

?Much fairer conditions?

Far from the extreme conditions of the past few days, it was under a slightly overcast sky, milder temperatures (?9°C) and a much less capricious wind, that the 89 athletes entered covered the 15 kilometers of the Zhangjiakou track. . ?The conditions were much fairer for everyone, will explain the new medalist after the finish. There was less wind, I didn’t get cold fingers or feet? It also helps to do a good biathlon. » The format of the race, without direct confrontation, does not lend itself to immediate outpourings of joy: Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet had to wait long minutes to find out the verdict of the day and, finally, to celebrate with the management of the Blues.

The face of the Frenchwoman quickly found a smile. Disappointed by her performance during the mixed relay (five faults and a penalty lap), the 28-year-old biathlete was keen to have a good race. She was impressive behind the rifle (19/20) and above all set a good tempo on the firing line, allowing her to compete with her competitors, who are faster on skis. “The days do not follow each other in the way of doing things, but in the color of the medal yes, jokes the interested party after the race. I was much more relaxed, everything came more naturally. »

It was harder for Justine Braisaz-Bouchet (15/20), Anaïs Bescond (16/20) and Julia Simon, who missed three bullets on her last shot (16/20). They respectively finish 40e, 30e and 21e of the day’s test.

The Swedish Hanna Öberg, reigning individual Olympic champion, and the Norwegian Marte Olsbu Roeiseland, current leader of the World Cup and who has never won a world title in the individual, started as favorites. But they flinched on the shooting range: three faults for the first (16e); two faults for the second.

?We pull ourselves up?

Before the start, Les Bleues were more of a scarecrow: Justine Braisaz-Bouchet, Anaïs Bescond, Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet and Julia Simon are all in the top 15 in the world. The quartet has accumulated eleven podiums in the fifteen events contested since the start of the season and it is in this race format that the French women have recorded their only victory of this 2021-2022 financial year: that of Justine Braisaz-Bouchet at Antholz. -Anterselva in Italy, at the end of January, accompanied on the podium by Julia Simon (2e).

Beijing 2022 Olympics: French biathlon silver medalist in mixed relay

“Over the last fifteen years, it is clearly the densest women’s team that we have had”, argued Stéphane Bouthiaux, the boss of French biathlon at a press conference last week. ?We pull ourselves up, summed up Julia Simon. There, we can all get a medal and it’s encouraging to say that there is not one that is put forward. There are really four of us who can stand on a podium. »

The girls will still have three opportunities to shine alone with the sprint on February 11, the pursuit on February 13, and finally the mass start (mass start) on February 19, which will close the Olympic fortnight and for which they are all already qualified… And which knows, perhaps bring France a new individual Olympic title, more than fifteen years after her only coronation: that of Florence Baverel-Robert crowned in the sprint in Turin, in 2006.

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Claude Guéant, 77, was taken into custody on December 13, a first for a former tenant in Beauvau.

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He had been incarcerated for almost two months. Claude Guéant will be released from prison on Wednesday, learned France Télévisions, Monday, February 7, from his lawyer. The sentence enforcement judge delivered her decision at the end of the morning after having examined the request for sentence adjustment from the former tenant of Place Beauvau.

The latter was granted conditional release, without an electronic bracelet, from Wednesday. His lawyer argued that Claude Guéant had “fully paid” his debt to the public treasury via loans granted by his relatives and that in prison, his “health situation [ne pouvait] than to deteriorate, with regard to the triple pathology” from which he suffers.

Claude Guéant has been imprisoned since December 13, 2021. Justice criticizes Nicolas Sarkozy’s ex-right-hand man for his lack of effort to pay the fine and damages he was ordered to pay in 2017 in the Home Office cash bonus case.

In another case, this time concerning the Elysée polls, Claude Guéant was sentenced to one year’s imprisonment, including eight months, for favoritism, with a deferred deposit warrant, on January 21. Claude Gueant appealed, which suspends the application of this sanction until a second trial.

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Claude Guéant, 77, was taken into custody on December 13, a first for a former tenant in Beauvau.

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He had been incarcerated for almost two months. Claude Guéant will be released from prison on Wednesday, learned France Télévisions, Monday, February 7, from his lawyer. The sentence enforcement judge delivered her decision at the end of the morning after having examined the request for sentence adjustment from the former tenant of Place Beauvau.

The latter was granted conditional release, without an electronic bracelet, from Wednesday. His lawyer argued that Claude Guéant had “fully paid” his debt to the public treasury via loans granted by his relatives and that in prison, his “health situation [ne pouvait] than to deteriorate, with regard to the triple pathology” from which he suffers.

Claude Guéant has been imprisoned since December 13, 2021. Justice criticizes Nicolas Sarkozy’s ex-right-hand man for his lack of effort to pay the fine and damages he was ordered to pay in 2017 in the Home Office cash bonus case.

In another case, this time concerning the Elysée polls, Claude Guéant was sentenced to one year’s imprisonment, including eight months, for favoritism, with a deferred deposit warrant, on January 21. Claude Gueant appealed, which suspends the application of this sanction until a second trial.

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The communist’s campaign, meeting in the city this Sunday, seems invigorated by his divisive statements and his bickering with the rest of the left.

Two guys are sipping coffee at the entrance to the convention center in Marseille. They are enjoying the sunny Sunday. The smallest holds a red flag in his hand; the tallest looks at the slowly gathering crowd. They are happy. This is their first meeting of the campaign. The greatest does not count his words. ?Fabien Roussel? It does us good, it does good to the left. The campaign was a little soft and he kicks in the pile. A new bus arrives in the parking lot. He parks near the others.

Communist militants descend. The older one continues: ?I did the last two campaigns with Jean-Luc Mélenchon but this time it’s different. We run our campaign with our words and our style. We live again, finally.? The same words keep coming back. The Reds “breathe” better in recent weeks. Fabien Roussel’s candidacy makes the little red hearts (re)beat. “Have you seen it on TV? He talks like us and he talks about us, the little people who only ask to be respected. loose an activist from Bouches-du-Rhône.

?Useful and indispensable? campaign

The Palace of Europe is armored ? more than 3,000 heads are shaking. The campaign manager, Ian Brossat, sets the mood with Julia Castanier, communications director for the Communists. A presidential election is a matter of dynamics. The reds are not yet touching the stars, but they are looking the other candidates on the left, in particular the socialist, in the eye ? it is appr?

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Meeting

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Presidential Election 2022dossier

The communist’s campaign, meeting in the city this Sunday, seems invigorated by his divisive statements and his bickering with the rest of the left.

Two guys are sipping coffee at the entrance to the convention center in Marseille. They are enjoying the sunny Sunday. The smallest holds a red flag in his hand; the tallest looks at the slowly gathering crowd. They are happy. This is their first meeting of the campaign. The greatest does not count his words. ?Fabien Roussel? It does us good, it does good to the left. The campaign was a little soft and he kicks in the pile. A new bus arrives in the parking lot. He parks near the others.

Communist militants descend. The older one continues: ?I did the last two campaigns with Jean-Luc Mélenchon but this time it’s different. We run our campaign with our words and our style. We live again, finally.? The same words keep coming back. The Reds “breathe” better in recent weeks. Fabien Roussel’s candidacy makes the little red hearts (re)beat. “Have you seen it on TV? He talks like us and he talks about us, the little people who only ask to be respected. loose an activist from Bouches-du-Rhône.

?Useful and indispensable? campaign

The Palace of Europe is armored ? more than 3,000 heads are shaking. The campaign manager, Ian Brossat, sets the mood with Julia Castanier, communications director for the Communists. A presidential election is a matter of dynamics. The reds are not yet touching the stars, but they are looking the other candidates on the left, in particular the socialist, in the eye ? it is appr?

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