FRANCE – JUSTICE MINISTER LEAVES GOVERNMENT

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After the announcement of the resignation by press release of the French Minister of Defense yesterday, it is in person on television that the Minister of Justice François Bayrou announces on Wednesday he is leaving the government. President of the MoDem, the same political party to which the former Minister of Defense belongs, François Bayrou is impacted by the investigation on the supposed employment of parliamentary attaché paid by the parliament who would have worked for the party and not for parliamentarians . Following this announcement, Marielle de Sarnez, Minister…

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FRANCE – DEFENSE MINISTER LEAVES GOVERNMENT

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keywords: defense minister, president macron, france. In a press release French Defense Minister Sylvie Goulard announces Tuesday morning her resignation from the government due to an ongoing justice investigation into the employment of his parliamentary attaché paid to be his assistant and who would possibly have worked for her political party, the MoDem. Share this page with:

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DEFENSE – NATO WILL HELP FIGHTING AGAINST DAESH/ISIS

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keywords: otan, defense, terrorism, luxembourg. Since taking office on January 20, President Trump has continued to put pressure on his NATO allies. German Chancellor Merkel faced it when going to Washington. The objective is for the members of the Organization to spend at least 2% of their GDP in military expenditure in order to contribute actively to NATO missions (defense and anti-terrorism), the United States considering they pay the defense of their allies without return from them. The United States has also voted a defense budget for next year up…

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FRANCE – FESSENHEIM NUCLEAR POWER PLANT SOON CLOSED

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keywords: nuclear power plant, edf, france, president macron, minister Hulot. The closure of the Fessenheim nuclear power plant was an election campaign engagement of the future President Hollande in 2012. But its closure did not finally take place during its 5-year mandate. The new President Macron takes over this commitment on his own account. In a televised interview, the new Minister in charge of Ecologigal Transition Nicolas Hulot confirmed the closure of the nuclear plant, the oldest in France. The Minister nevertheless insisted on taking into account the human element, the…

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