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While Macron closes the consultation on Tuesday, what conclusions can be drawn from the “Beauvau of security”?
This Tuesday, the spotlight will be on the government's security policy.
Summoned by the Head of State at the end of 2020 to clear an explosive situation after the Michel Zecler affair involving Parisian police officers, the “Beauvau de la sécurité” is indeed coming to an end.
For the occasion, Emmanuel Macron is expected at the National Police School of Roubaix, where he must announce a "strengthening of the control of the action of the police" thanks to the creation of "an independent body" .
Seven months after the first exchanges between unions, members of the police hierarchy and associations, what conclusions can we draw from these debates?
With an esplanade in his name and a concert, the capital commemorates Johnny
The capital will shout this Tuesday "That I love you" to Johnny Hallyday.
Four years after the singer's death, on December 5, 2017, tributes will follow one another in Paris with the inauguration of a statue and an esplanade, and a commemorative concert in the evening with a host of stars on stage.
The kickoff will be given at 10:20 am on the large forecourt in front of Bercy, with a plaque unveiled in the presence of Anne Hidalgo, mayor of Paris.
And at 9 pm, on the stage of Bercy, will begin the concert "Johnny Hallyday that I love you", in front of 10,000 fans and live on France 2. This show will line up headliners like Florent Pagny, Patrick Bruel, Catherine Ringer, Louis Bertignac, Calogero, Gaëtan Roussel, Patrick Fiori or even Julien Doré.
David Hallyday and Laura Smet on the other hand declined the invitation.
Lille welcomes Wolfsburg to the Champions League
It's the big comeback of the Champions League.
And before PSG on Wednesday, it is at Losc that the honor of launching the French clubs in the competition at 9 p.m.
Only twelfth in Ligue 1, Lille receives this Tuesday Wolfsburg in an already capital match for coach Jocelyn Gourvennec, who is struggling to convince.
The thing is certain is that the Mastiffs will have to show a completely different face than that of Friday in the match lost against Lorient.
But, even if the northern club has won only once in L1 this season, this evening France will be Lille.
Go the Losc.
A man shot dead in the city of Bricarde in Marseille
"Macron can not transform Marseille in such a short time", believes political scientist Nicolas Maisetti