If you've missed out on the latest rebounds in the sanitary pass or the Australian submarine crisis, you can make up for it with our essential weekend recap.
1-The flexible health pass?
The beginning of the end for the health pass?
Guest of BFMTV, this Sunday, the government spokesman, Gabriel Attal, announced that a Defense Council would be held next Wednesday to “adapt the rules” of the health pass locally, as Emmanuel Macron had mentioned on Wednesday.
With 50 million first-time vaccinated, Olivier Véran was also optimistic about the evolution of the epidemic, in an interview with
" We are on the right path.
If the situation continued to improve, we could gradually ease the restrictions, where the virus circulates the least first, then everywhere in the territory.
This relief could include the health pass, ”explained the Minister of Health.
2- Sandrine Rousseau and Yannick Jadot in the second round of the environmentalist primary
Yannick Jadot and Sandrine Rousseau qualified for the second round of the ecological primary, in view of the presidential election of 2022, announced this Sunday the boss of EELV, Julien Bayou.
Yannick Jadot came first with 29,534 votes (27.70%) of the more than 122,000 registered, followed by Sandrine Rousseau, 26,801 votes (25.14%).
Just behind, with a few voices of differences, we find in the third and fourth positions the deputy Delphine Batho with 23,801 votes (22.32%) and the mayor of Grenoble, Eric Piolle, 23,767 votes (22.29%).
At the bottom of the podium, the entrepreneur Jean-Marc Governatori comes in fifth position with 2,501 votes (2.35%).
3- High tension between Paris and Washington with the Australian submarine crisis
Paris recalled its ambassador to the United States and Australia, in response to Australia's decision to break the contract for 56 billion euros of submarines that France was to provide it, for the benefit of the Americans.
A completely unprecedented event in the history of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
If Emmanuel Macron and Joe Biden are to speak soon on the phone, we can assume that a certain period of coldness is inaugurated between France and the United States.
4- Burial of Algerian President Aziz Bouteflika
Former Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, ousted from power in 2019 after massive protests against his desire to run for a new term, died on Friday at the age of 84, Algerian state television announced.
Bouteflika had been president of the country for 20 years.
His health had deteriorated sharply after a stroke in 2013 and he hardly appeared in public anymore.
The former Algerian president was buried this Sunday in Algiers in a square of the El Alia cemetery, reserved for the heroes of the war of independence, but he received much less honors than his predecessors.
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the reactions of the Algerian diaspora in France.
5- Death of René Malleville, emblematic supporter of OM
He was known for his monumental rants in "La minute de René", on the Internet after OM matches.
René Malleville, 73, an unwavering supporter of Marseille, has died announced this Sunday his entourage on social networks.
He had explained that he was suffering from cancer during the summer.
Figure of the Stade Vélodrome, former municipal councilor and trade unionist, René Malleville had even briefly participated in the program
Touche Pas à Mon Poste
before slamming the door.
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Presidential 2022: A debate between Jean-Luc Mélenchon and Eric Zemmour this Thursday on BFMTV
The unmissable of the day