“We are ready” to reopen the ski resorts, says Dominique Marcel

We are starting to see a little clearer about the reopening of shops and cinemas, but what will happen to ski resorts? The Christmas holidays are a month away and the question is whether it will be possible to go skiing during the holidays. “I can’t guarantee it, but we hope we believe it we … Read more

strike to demand “a catch-up plan”

Teachers, school nurses, social workers, educational assistants and territorial agents: in a rare common movement, the staff of the establishments of Seine-Saint-Denis are on strike Tuesday to demand a “catch-up plan for public servicesOf their department, the poorest in mainland France. About 200 people gathered in Bobigny then marched to the direction of the departmental … Read more

‘Anyone Else Knew’: Alexia’s Parents Ready for ‘Fight’ Against Jonathann Daval

Justice INTERVIEW – Jonathann Daval will be tried from Monday before the Assize Court of Haute-Saône for the murder of his wife Alexia in October 2017. The parents of the victim, Isabelle and Jean-Pierre Fouillot, confided in front of the cameras of TF1 before this week of hearing which, they hope, will finally allow the … Read more

71% of French people ready to stay confined until the end of the year

An overwhelming majority of French people are ready to sacrifice Christmas and New Year’s Eve: according to “a barometer of the two No Com crises – The Parisian“, 71% of respondents agree to be confined until the end of the year. Pierre Giacometti, co-founder of the firm No Com, explains that if the populations have … Read more

the assembly votes upgrades for teachers

The National Assembly voted on Wednesday evening at first reading for the National Education budget for 2021, marked by the release of 400 million euros to enhance the careers of teachers at the start of their careers. The budget increase must finance various bonuses, in particular an attractiveness bonus (260 million euros for a full … Read more

“It’s stubbornness”, criticizes Laurent Berger

The unemployment insurance reform is again postponed to April 1, 2021. The government announced it to the social partners on Monday, October 26. “It’s stubbornness” on the part of the government, said Laurent Berger on RTL this Tuesday, October 27. “Do you think this is the time to deal with these questions? “, protested the … Read more

The Fiber Excellence factory in Tarascon obtains a loan of 7 million euros from the State

By Le Figaro with AFP The Fiber Excellence pulp mill in Tarascon (Bouches-du-Rhône), placed in receivership, has obtained a loan of 7 million euros from the Economic and Social Development Fund (FDES), according to a decree published in Official Journal Saturday. This public structure allows the State to grant one-off loans to companies encountering difficulties … Read more

The Christofle silversmith obtains a loan of 10 million euros from the State

By Le Figaro with AFP The Christofle silversmith obtained a loan of 10 million euros from the fund for economic and social development (FDES), according to a decree published on Wednesday in the Official Journal. This public structure allows the State to grant one-off loans to companies having difficulty accessing the credit market. The loan … Read more

parliamentarians worried about the future of Aviva France

Several parliamentarians on Wednesday expressed their concern about the future of insurer Aviva France, subject to a possible sale after its British parent company announced this summer to review its activities abroad. “We are worried by this disposal project and its consequences for the future in our territories of the employment of employees of Aviva … Read more

“National Education is the temple of cowardice”, for Fatiha Agag-Boudjahlat

France pays tribute this Wednesday evening October 21 to Samuel Paty. The history and geography teacher was assassinated on Friday, October 16 after showing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class. Fatiha Agag-Boudjahlat, professor of history and geography in a college in Toulouse but also an essayist, feminist and secular activist, first thinks of “the … Read more