in Paris, Anne Hidalgo comforted

“This victory makes sense because it is collective. “ Anne Hidalgo spoke on Sunday, June 28, to highlight the strength of the union that made him win, with the Communists first. The socialist mayor was re-elected in Paris with around 50% of the votes in the second round. The candidate of the right of the Republicans Rachida Dati came in second position with approximately 32%. Former Minister of Health Agnès Buzyn would have collected a score even lower than that of the first round, with less than 16%.

→ ANALYSIS. Municipal 2020: green wave and abstentionist tidal wave

Admittedly, Anne Hidalgo assures her: no question for her of being a presidential candidate in 2022. But largely reinforced by her success in the capital, the socialist councilor asserts herself as a significant national figure, on the side of this left converted to ecology. And there is no doubt that his camp wants to make its voice heard for the next elections.

→ LIVE. 2020 municipal results, analyzes, reactions… Follow the second round

The future of the “citizen platform”

Proof is that its “citizen platform” campaign “Paris in common”, which combines activists but also intellectuals, academics and activists associations, will continue to exist after the election. The objective is to make one “Sustainable political structure”, in the words of his urban planning assistant Jean-Louis Missika.

→ FIND the results of the second round of the 2020 municipal elections, city by city

A national federation capable of gathering other movements of union of the left which would have won other big cities like Lyon or Marseille, in particular in the perspective of the regional, departmental and presidential elections to come.

“This civic, decentralized and federative approach is the right one if we want our ideas to one day find their way back to power”, explains Jean-Louis Missika again, saying he is convinced that“We must go beyond political parties”.


Covid-19. Illegal parties in London and Paris lead to several arrests

In Paris, five people were arrested and nine policemen were wounded during a clash Saturday night to Sunday in Praça dos Invalides, where young people participated in a party called on social networks under the name ProjetX, in reference to the American film with the same designation .

In small groups, some young people already visibly drunk, celebrating the end of the school or university year, fled the police several times, according to an AFP journalist.

“After hostile shouts and bottles being thrown at the police, the authorities had to use their collective defense weapons,” said local officials, who counted about 2,000 participants at the party.

These incidents take place seven days after the music festival that gave rise to controversial mass meetings of young people, despite the still active circulation of the new coronavirus.

Several people were also arrested in London when the police dispersed young people who were taking part in illegal parties from the street, in a week that was marked by events of the same kind, all over the London region.

The London Metropolitan Police (MET) reported that it imposed “dispersal zones”, perimeters in which police officers have special powers, at Clapham and Tooting Bec parks.


Paris, Marseille, Lyon … The results of the second round in the main hot spots

A green wave sweeps across major cities. Marseille, Bordeaux, Lyon, Strasbourg, Besançon, Strasbourg, Tours … Environmentalists came for the first time in the lead in many prominent town halls, Sunday, after the second round of municipal and inter-municipal elections.

The socialists keep Paris and Lille, the right remains the majority in Nice, Toulouse and Limoges, the Prime Minister wins in Le Havre, the RN wins Perpignan … Find out the results in the “hot spots” of the territory, at the end an election marked by the coronavirus epidemic and record abstention. No less than 16.5 million voters were called to the polls, in 4,820 communes – the poll was postponed in Guyana.

● 60% abstention, a record

The coronavirus epidemic will have disrupted the democratic process to the end. Some 60% of the voters affected by a second round did not go to the polls, according to estimates. A first, all municipal elections combined, while the mayor remains the preferred elected representative of the French. This Sunday’s abstention exceeds that of the first round (55.34%) of March 15, and that of the second round of 2014, when 37.87% of the electorate abstained – a record, already, at the ‘time.

● Paris: Hidalgo (PS) re-elected against Dati

At the head of the capital since 2001, the left retains Paris. The outgoing PS mayor, allied with the EELV environmentalists, comes out on top at the city level, where the ballot is held at the level of each arrondissement. Support lists (PS-EELV-PCF) Anne Hidalgo garner 47.9% of the votes, ahead of those of Rachida Dati (LR, 35.3%) and Agnes Buzyn (LREM, 14.5%), according to estimates. Then follow the candidacies of Danielle Simonnet (LFI, 1.2%), Cédric Villani (LREM dissident, 0.9%) and other lists (0.2%).

● Marseille: relative victory for the left

Governed by Jean-Claude Gaudin (LR) for twenty-five years, Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône) has hoisted the left in the lead across the city. Ecologist lists Michèle Rubirola (PS, PCF, EELV, LFI) largely prevail (38.6%) according to estimates, far ahead of those of Martine Vassal (LR, 30.3%), president of the metropolis Aix-Marseille and the department of Bouches -du-Rhône, defeat in its sector.

Then follow the candidacies of Stéphane Ravier (RN, 20.4%), Bruno Gilles (ex-LR, 6.3%), Samia Ghali (various left, 2.8%) and Yvon Berland (LREM, 1.6%) . In terms of number of seats, neither the left union nor LR have enough municipal councilors to elect the future mayor alone. “I have not lost”, “there is no majority in Marseille”, defended the leader of the right in the evening. Victory is «relative» more “The right is no longer able to govern”, Michèle Rubirola replied.

● Lyon: the Greens delight the town hall and the metropolis

Thunderbolt in Lyon. After 20 years of Gérard Collomb’s reign, Lyon (Rhône) has largely chosen Grégory Doucet (EELV, 52%) to succeed the former Minister of the Interior, according to estimates. A victory “historical”, insisted the environmental leader. Follow the lists of support for Yann Cucherat (LREM, 30.5%), supported by the outgoing mayor, and those pro-Georges Képénékian (LREM dissident, 17.5%).

At the end of the other ballot, for the hyper-powerful metropolitan area of ​​Lyon, the Greens also led the way around Bruno Bernard, who claimed victory. Behind are the lists of François-Noël Buffet (LR) and outgoing president David Kimelfeld (dissident LREM). After an agreement with the right, the former minister Gérard Collomb had withdrawn in between the two towers.

● Bordeaux: Hurmic (EELV) dethrones the right in its stronghold

It is a political earthquake. Accustomed to choosing a right mayor from the first round since the Liberation, Bordeaux (Gironde) placed the list of Pierre Hurmic (EELV, 46.48%), before that of the outgoing LR mayor Nicolas Florian (44.12%) , successor to Alain Juppé, allied with Walker Thomas Cazenave (LREM). The anti-capitalist Philippe Poutou (far left), ex-presidential candidate, comes third (9.39%).

● Lille: Aubry narrowly re-elected

Led continuously by a socialist mayor for more than sixty years, Lille (Nord) is renewed on the wire Martine Aubry (PS, 40%). Follow his former environmental ally Stéphane Bally (EELV, 39.41%) and the Marcheuse Violette Spillebout (LREM, 20.58%).

● Le Havre: Édouard Philippe winner

He greeted “Net results” and one “Act of trust”. In Le Havre (Seine-Maritime), the list ofEdouard Philippe (58.83%) wins against that of Communist deputy Jean-Paul Lecoq (41.17%). The only prime minister candidate for municipal elections since Alain Juppé in Bordeaux, in 1995, the head of government intends to entrust the chair to the outgoing LR mayor, Jean-Baptiste Gastinne, until his departure from Matignon.

● Perpignan: Aliot gives RN its main victory

In Perpignan (Pyrénées-Orientales), Louis Aliot (53.09%) offered the Rassemblement national (RN) its main victory, against outgoing LR mayor Jean-Marc Pujol (46.91%). The “republican front” formed against the Penist, with the withdrawal of the ecologist Agnès Langevine and the Walker Romain Grau in between the two towers, did not bear fruit. The city of 120,000 inhabitants is the largest municipality conquered by the flame party since Toulon, in 1995.

● Montpellier: Delafosse (PS) succeeds Saurel

Theater of a triangular between three lists on the left, Montpellier (Hérault) placed the list of Michaël Delafosse (PS, 47.23%), ahead of that of the outgoing mayor Philippe Saurel (various left, 34.65%) and the billionaire entrepreneur Mohed Altrad (various, 18.12%).

● Nice: Estrosi (LR) widely re-elected

In Nice (Alpes-Maritimes), fifth city in France, the outgoing LR mayor Christian Estrosi was re-elected for a third term (59.30%). He is way ahead of Philippe Vardon (RN, 21.39%) and the ecologist Jean-Marc Governatori (19.30%).

● Nancy switches to the left with Klein (PS)

After six years in office, the radical Laurent Hénart (45.46%) sees Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle) escape him for the benefit of the socialist Mathieu Klein (54.54%). The PS president of the departmental council, which had merged with the ecologist Laurent Watrin (EELV).

● Toulouse: Moudenc (LR) re-elected against the Greens

Mayor LR leaving Toulouse (Haute-Garonne) Jean-Luc Moudenc, supported by LREM, was re-elected (51.98%) for a second term against the environmentalist Antoine Maurice (48.02%).

● Strasbourg won by the Green Jeanne Barseghian

In Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin), around Jeanne Barseghian (EELV, 41.71%), environmentalists succeed the majority of Roland Ries (ex-PS). The list of Walker Alain Fontanel (LREM, 34.96%), allied with LR Jean-Philippe Vetter, arrives behind, followed by the socialist Catherine Trautmann (23.33%), with whom the ecologists had not succeeded in s ‘hear.

● Metz switches from left to right with Grosdidier (LR)

Governed for twelve years by the socialist Dominique Gros, Metz (Moselle) passes from left to right. The senator François Grosdidier (LR, 45.13%) wins out over the environmentalist Xavier Bouvet (EELV, 44.24%) and the lepéniste Françoise Grolet (RN, 10.63%).

● Dijon still in the hands of Rebsamen (PS)

Mayor of Dijon (Côte-d’Or) since 2001, the socialist Fransois Rebsamen (43.52%) should start a fourth term. He beat the list (LR) of Emmanuel Bichot (34.85%) and the environmentalists gathered around Stéphanie Modde (EELV, 21.63%), who had made a common list with the outgoing mayor in 2014.

● Besançon: victory of the Green Anne Vignot

In Besançon (Doubs), the Verte Anne Vignot (43.84%) wins against Ludovic Fagaut (LR, 41.61%) and Éric Alauzet (LREM, 14.55%). She should succeed outgoing mayor Jean-Louis Fousseret (LREM, ex-PS) who, at 73, was not seeking a fourth term.

● Poitiers: the Greens beat the PS

Surprise in Poitiers (Vienne), where the list of Léonore Moncond’huy (EELV, 42.83%) is ahead of that of outgoing mayor Alain Claeys (PS, 35.60%) and that of macronist Anthony Brottier (LREM, 21.56%). The candidate puts an end to 43 years of social-communist management of the Poitevin capital.

● Tours: Denis (EELV) defeats the outgoing Bouchet (Radical movement)

Environmentalists tip Tours (Indre-et-Loire). The list ofEmmanuel Denis (EELV, 54.94%) is ahead of that of the outgoing mayor Christophe Bouchet (Radical movement, 45.06%), supported by LR and the UDI, and allied with LREM in the in-between turns.

● Pau: François Bayrou (MoDem) renewed

The president of MoDem François Bayrou should remain mayor of Pau (Pyrénées-Atlantiques), where his list came first (55.47%) compared to that of the socialist Jérôme Marbot (44.53%), resulting from a merger with the ecologists of EELV and the rebellious.

● Clermont-Ferrand remains on the left

In Clermont-Ferrand (Puy-de-Dôme), the socialist Olivier Blanchi (48.42%) retains the town hall. He comes before the list (LR-MoDem) of Jean-Pierre Brenas (36.50%), the fruit of an agreement with the Walker Éric Faidy (LREM). The Insubmissive Marienne Maximi comes third (15.08%).

● Bastia: Savelli (autonomist) remains at the head of the town hall

The nationalists remain at the head of Bastia (Haute-Corse). Supported by EELV and the PS, the list of outgoing (autonomist) mayor, Pierre Savelli, in which the president of the Executive Council of Corsica, Gilles Simeoni, came in first (49.37%). It is followed by the lists (various left) of Jean-Sébastien de Casalta (39.73%) and Julien Morganti (10.90%).

● Biarritz: the right succeeds the MoDem

In Biarritz (Pyrénées-Atlantiques), the MoDem Michel Veunac leaves the town hall to Maider Arosteguy (LR, 50.22%), the list of which comes first at the end of a quadrangular.

● Arles: Patrick de Carolis (various centers) brings down the Communists

In the hands of the Communists since 2001, Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône) was won by the list (various centers, 57.22%) of Patrick de Carolis, former president and CEO of France Télévisions, opposite Nicolas Koukas (Left Union, 42.78%).


Six people suspected of stealing Banksy’s work in Paris

Six people suspected of stealing Banksy’s work in Paris

The French investigative authorities indicted six detainees in the case of the theft of the work of street artist Banksy, which was done at the door … RIA Novosti, 06/27/2020

2020-06-27T17: 39



city ​​of France





in the world






RIA Novosti

Russia, Moscow, Zubovsky Boulevard, 4

7 495 645-6601



RIA Novosti

Russia, Moscow, Zubovsky Boulevard, 4

7 495 645-6601





RIA Novosti

Russia, Moscow, Zubovsky Boulevard, 4

7 495 645-6601


RIA Novosti

Russia, Moscow, Zubovsky Boulevard, 4

7 495 645-6601


stud de france, banksy, germany, italy, paris, in the world

PARIS, Jun 27 – RIA Novosti. The French investigative authorities indicted six detainees in the case of the theft of Banksy’s street artist’s work, which was done at the door of the emergency exit from the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, BFMTV reported citing sources close to the investigation.
Banksy’s work in memory of the victims of the November 13, 2015 attack was stolen in January 2019. The figure was found during an investigation in Italy.

Media: the theft of Banksy’s work in Paris was ordered by the author himself

The channel notes that two detainees were charged with theft as part of an organized gang, four were charged with harboring stolen goods, all suspects were detained, and they were detained in the departments of Isere and Upper Savoy.

Banksy’s work (the silhouette of a grieving, lowered eyes and something like a nun girl, whose head is covered with either a hood or a cloak) appeared on the door of the Bataklan in the summer of 2018. At the same time, Banksy posted a picture of the picture in his Instagram account.

Banksy (Banksy) – a mystery artist, a man- “catch me if you can” – has changed the mass idea of ​​street art. His work against politics, war, capitalism and moralizing becomes the subject of the hunt for journalists, photographers, vandals, art critics and collectors.

On the evening of November 13, 2015, three coordinated terrorist groups launched a series of attacks in Paris and its nearby suburb of Saint-Denis. Three jihadists blew up “suicide belts” at the Stade de France stadium, where a football match was held between the national teams of France and Germany. Another group, presumably of four, one of whom is wanted, attacked cafes and restaurants in northeast Paris. Three more took hostages in the Bataklan concert hall. In total, 130 people became victims of the attacks, more than 350 were injured.
Banksy's new work dedicated to superhero doctors

Banksy has published a new work on the fight against coronavirus


candidates in Paris and by district

After a campaign punctuated by twists and turns and suspended abruptly because of the outbreak of coronavirus, three candidates are in the fray in the second round of the municipal elections in Paris, Anne Hidalgo – mayor, socialist outbound that aims for a second term of office – the mayor of the 7th arrondissement Rachida Dati, and the former minister Agnès Buzyn.

→ FIND the 28th of June the results of the second round of the municipal elections 2020 in Paris

At the beginning of the month of June, after “between the two towers, the longest in the history “according to the applicant The Republic in market (LREM) in the 6th arrondissement Gaspard Gantzer, the restart of the campaign had to incorporate the effects of the health crisis that was going through Paris, severely affected by the epidemic. One of its consequences may well reside in the rate of abstention. During the first round, he had reached 56 % in the capital.

In the first round, the mayor outgoing socialist Anne Hidalgo came top with 29% of the vote, ahead of clearly the candidate of the right granted by The Republicans (LR) Rachida Dati, who obtained 22 % of the vote. In the third position, Agnès Buzyncandidate for LREM, and the latest arrival in the battle of the municipal elections, garnered 17 % of the vote.

Courted by Anne Hidalgo and Agnès Buzyn in view of possible alliances for the second ballot, the candidate LREM dissident Cédric Villani (8 % in the first round) has finally decided to go it alone without presenting a list and in the 14e district. Same strategy for Danielle Simonnet (5 % in the first round), at the head of the list Decide Paris supported by France Insubordinate (BIA) and is a candidate in the 20e arrondissement of Paris.

The scale of the whole city, so it is well between Anne Hidalgo, Rachida Dati and Agnès Buzyn that the election will play out.

→ TO READ ALSO. Municipal : in Paris, a triangular feminine for Anne Hidalgo

► Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and ecology in Paris (PS-EELV-Various left)

Elected to the Paris city hall in 2014 after having been one of the first deputy of the former mayor PS Bertrand Delanoë, Anne Hidalgo is a candidate for re-election to the Town hall and also in second position in the list, that it presents in the 11e district. His nomination is for the PS a hope of preserving the capital.

→ TO READ ALSO. Municipal 2020 : the challenge for the SP, keep a local presence

Anne Hidalgo is supported by the PCF and the movement of Public Space. She has campaigned around the ecology and mobility. The candidate of Europe Ecology-The Greens (EELV) David Belliard, which is ranked in fourth position with 11% of the votes in the first round, has merged its lists with it for the second ballot.

► Rachida Dati, Committed to change Paris (LR – Various right)

Mayor of 7e district, in which she was re-elected in the first round, Rachida Dati has been invested by LR to lead to Paris the campaign of the right in paris. With its main axes, the safety and the cleanliness, the candidate is able to deliver the unit within their political family despite the nominations of the dissenting Jean-Pierre Lecoq in the 6e borough and Catherine Lecuyer in the 8e district.

► Agnès Buzyn, Together to Paris (LREM)

Part of his post as minister of health at the dawn of the crisis of the Covid-19 to replace the foot lifted Benjamin Griveaux, having had to abandon the campaign because of a sex scandal, Agnès Buzyn has never been the easy task. More consensual than its predecessor, it has climbed to third place in the first round. While Rachida Dati’s outstretched hand for a possible alliance in the second, the lists LR and LREM were ultimately merged that into the 5e borough with a list led by Florence Berthout.

→ TO READ ALSO. Municipal, macronisme to the test of negotiations between the two towers

► The heads of lists by districts

Particularity of the election paris this year : the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th arrondissements of Paris have been grouped into a single district (or first sector) of 100 000 inhabitants. The four borough mayors current will, therefore, leave their armchair to a single municipal official at the end of the second round. Finally, the 7e district will have no second election as its mayor outbound Rachida Dati has been re-elected in the first round, with 51% of the votes.

• 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th arrondissements (1st sector)

– Pacôme Rupin (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

– Aurélien Véron (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

– Ariel Weil (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

5th arrondissement

Marie-Christine Lemardeley (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

– Florence Berthout (List of the union of the right and of the center for the 5th)

• 6th district

Celine Hervieu (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

– Gaspard Gantzer (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

– Jean-Pierre Lecoq (The union for the 6th)

• 8th arrondissement

– Jeanne d ‘ Hauteserre (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

– Catherine Lecuyer (A new energy to the 8th with Catherine Lecuyer, list gathering of the right and centre)

– Athénaïs Michel (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

– Sophie james version (Set for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

9th district

– Peter Maurin (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

– Delphine Bürkli (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

– Arnaud Ngatcha (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

10th district

– Bertil Strong (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

– Alexandra Cordebard (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

– Karim Amellal (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

11th district

– Nelly Garnier (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

– François Vauglin (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

– Guillaume Poitoux (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

• District 12

– Emmanuel Gregory (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

– Sandrine Mazetier (Together for the 12th arrondissement of Paris)

– Valérie Montandon (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

• 13th district

– Chang Hua Peng (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

– Jérôme Coumet (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

– Jean-Baptiste Olivier (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

• 14th district

– Cédric Villani (The new Paris 14)

– Marie-Claire Carrere-Gee (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

– Eric Azière (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

– Carinne Small (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

• 15th arrondissement

– Catherine Ibled (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

Agnes Evren (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

– Anouch Toranian (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

• 16th arrondissement

– Francis Szpiner (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

– Hanna Sebbah (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

17th district

– Agnès Buzyn (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

– Geoffroy Boulard (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

– Karen Taïeb (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

• 18th arrondissement

– Eric Lejoindre (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

– Pierre-Yves Bournazel (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

– Rudolph Granier (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

• 19th district

– Olivier Rouxel (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

– François Dagnaud (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

– Mary Toubiana (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

• 20th district

– Eric Pliez (Anne Hidalgo, Paris transit and the ecology for Paris)

– François-Marie Didier (Committed to change Paris with Rachida Dati)

– Danielle Simonnet (Decide Paris 20)

– Frédérique Calandra (All for Paris with Agnès Buzyn)

Source :


With the déconfinement, Paris’s choking again

Air paris has not been breathing well for a long time. After a strong decrease in air pollution during the containment, Paris sees its rate of nitrogen dioxide (NO2), a toxic gas, to go up in arrow. The rebound is the most important among the major european cities, according to a study by the Centre for energy research and the quality of the air (CREA).

→ TO READ. ‘Convention’: the proposed shock to the climate

The independent charity, based in Helsinki, Finland, noted an increase of 118 % of emissions of NO2 in the capital compared to the lowest level identified during the containment. A bond which is far superior to those observed in other big European cities, like Brussels (88 %) or Milan (73 %).

Metro desert and diesels on the roads

One of the explanations lies in the recovery of the traffic and the use of the individual car. “The ile-de-france are fleeing transport. There was a decrease of two-thirds of the traffic compared to usual “, note Christophe Najdovski, deputy mayor of Paris, to transportation, roads, travel and public space.

Users are guided in part, on the motor vehicle, who possess for many a diesel engine. “France has the fleet, the more diésélisé Europe, with 70 % of the vehicles. However, the diesel emits a lot of nitrogen dioxide “, pointe Olivier Blond, president of the association Breathes.

There is no explosion of traffic on the road as much. “The traffic has returned to its level prior to containment “says Christophe Najdovski. Two million motor vehicles circulate every day in Paris. Some users in the île de france in contrast, have postponed their mobility to the bike. “Between march and June, we note an increase in traffic on the bike trails transients of the order of 50% to 70% “enthuses Christophe Najdovski.

Strong reduction of road traffic during the containment

Olivier Blond wants to also tint the figures of the study. “The importance of the rebound is tied to the importance of the decline during the containment, which has been exceptional “, he comments. The organization of finland states that Paris has experienced the second largest reduction in the concentration of nitrogen dioxide, thanks to the containment measures, with a reduction of 60 %.

“The reduction of road traffic has been stronger than in other european cities, note also Christophe Najdovski. This demonstrates that there is a strong correlation between the level of nitrogen dioxide and the volume of traffic. “” There’s nothing new under the sun “, advance Olivier Blond, which reminds us that these debates on the traffic in Paris often come back on the carpet.

The two men rely in any case on a development of soft mobility, revealed with the containment. “The bike paths, and telework are all the major revolutions and a real challenge for the coming years “analysis Olivier Blond. And Christophe Najdovski to thrive : “We must continue to telework, expanding the use of the bicycle at a regional scale and to restore the confidence of the users in the public transport. Otherwise, Paris will be asphyxiated. “


The headquarters of the PS should leave Ivry to regain Paris

“Do the suitcases, we go to Paris ! “ The socialists could quite take ownership of this famous formula and images of communist leader Georges Marchais, launched in 1980 on a tv tray. The PS undertakes, in effect, a symbolic return to his own story : he plans to reinstall its offices at the cité Malesherbes, a private lane, 9e arrondissement of Paris, which was the seat of the SFIO and of the PS from 1938 to 1975.

→ THREE YEARS AGO. The socialist Party is selling its historic headquarters

“A discussion has begun “ between the first secretary of the PS, Olivier Faure, and the director general of the fondation Jean-Jaurès, Gilles Finchelstein, in order to proceed to “kind of an exchange “ of the premises and the PS would be “almost to the historic address of the SFIO “confirms Thursday, June 25, in The Cross, the number two man in the party, Corinne Narassiguin, after a information of the Figaro. The project has even been announced to the executives of the PS, who met in the national office on Tuesday, June 23, and approved by the board of directors of the foundation the next day. Expertise legal and financial has already begun to try to make the folder “the more quickly “before the end of 2020 or the regional elections of march 2021.

In practice, the PS should leave its current headquarters, a former factory of 1,000 m2 located in Ivry-sur-Seine, in Val-de-Marne, to settle in 450 m2 at number 6, cité Malesherbes, where the fondation Jean-Jaurès has its archive centre. The PS would be and a few steps from the number 12, which formerly served as the offices of the SFIO. The number 12 would continue, however, to accommodate the headquarters of the fondation Jean-Jaurès, created by former prime minister Pierre Mauroy in 1992. On his side, it should find at Ivry the larger space she was looking for to store its archives, many of which relate to the party.

The siege of Ivry, too far from places of authority parisians

In 2017, when the PS has put on sale another seat iconic, the street of Solférino, the office universitaire de recherche socialiste chronicled the arrival at the cité Malesherbes, after a first purchase of a “house” of the socialists, in 1928, at number 9 rue Victor-Massé. “In 1938, the secretariat of the party moved to two not ; it changes to pavement, pass an iron grate, and between at 12, cité Malesherbes, a mansion of three floors that he just bought, in a private lane, quiet. It seems that once again, their arrival arouses hostile reactions of the local residents who petitions to oppose it. “

After the presidential election of 1974 and the progress of the PS, the building of 12 becomes too small. In addition, François Mitterand won’t like it much, and sets up the party in a four-story building, located at 7 bis place du Palais Bourbon, just behind the national Assembly. In turn, this seat proves to be impractical and, in the summer of 1980, the PS moved to 10, rue de Solferino. Place large wins presidential elections of 1981, 1988 and 2012, but also the farewell of François Mitterrand at its exit from the Elysée palace, and the major defeat in 2017.

The installation of the socialists in the suburbs, justified by financial difficulties and the desire to be closer to the popular categories, will therefore have lasted only for two years. Too far away from the places of power in paris and the train stations of arrival for executives and local activists, the seat is sometimes deserted. It has also become too large. With containment, the teams have learned how to organize differently, telecommuting and video conferencing. More small, the case symbolic of the cité Malesherbes will therefore be sufficient.


derailment of a RER B, an accident ” extremely rare “

The traffic on the B line of the RER in the paris region will be “extremely disturbed for the day on Thursday and Friday as a minimum “ after the derailment on Wednesday evening, June 24, near the station of Denfert-Rochereau, a train not carrying passengers, announced on Thursday 25 June in paris.

→ TO READ. Déconfinement : the RATP at the forced march, prior to may 11,

“Interconnection continues to remain suspended at the gare du Nord Thursday “continues the RATP, which indicates that the trains will run on Thursday morning all of the 17 minutes between Denfert-Rochereau and gare du Nord train Station and with a frequency of 15 minutes between Laplace and Massy-Palaiseau, Laplace and Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse and between Robinson and Bourg-la-Reine.

Three cars of a train of the RER B are out of the way Wednesday at 19 hours, without being injured. “For a reason still under investigation in the framework of an internal investigation, a car the rear of the train out of the rail. The front of the train is stayed on the track while the other three cars were to horse between the ballast and the other track “continues the RATP, which indicates that it is an accident “extremely rare “.

Emergency response heavy

The teams, which were received Thursday morning by the visit of the president of the RATP, came to support the officers, proceeded in the night to early interventions to lift the train, which is expected to last 24 hours. Once the rolling stock removed, the teams will proceed to the rehabilitation of track and equipment way of the affected area, before you repair the catenary damaged and perform a complete revision of the signalling equipment, specifies the RATP.

The authority has put in place a service of bus substitution on this famous line B of the RER, very busy, since it connects the two airports of paris and carries approximately a million passengers per day.


Lucas Hernandez wants to come to Paris !

Every day in the early afternoon, and then at the end of the day, you can find our ” flash-forwards “. A point on the transfers in progress in France and in Europe, while the market is “free French” is officially open since Monday, June 8.

Thunder on the front of the transfer : according to Footmercato, Lucas Hernandez would have simply asked the Bayern transfer to PSG ! Remains to be seen how the German club, which does not maintain the best relations with the PSG will react, and what cost it will require for the world champion paid 80 million euros to Atletico Madrid last summer.

The Tennis Stadium is more interested than ever to Serhou Guirassy. The club breton became rembarrer by making an offer well below the 20 million required by Amiens to his striker, but is expected to return to the load as well as the clearly suggested the chair Holveck today in a press conference.

To replace Victor Osimhen the LOSC follows several tracks. Among them, the media Italian CalcioMercato quotes Umar Sadiq. The young nigerian man (23 years old) is currently at the Partizan Belgrade and could join Lille, against € 15 million.

After The Parisianthe young Nassimi Tibetah, which evolves in Mulhouse (N2) in the position of the left side will engage with Amiens. International U23 morocco, it will first evolve with the éffectif of the reserve.

In the end of the contract at Metz, Renaud Cohade (35 years old) leaves the Lorraine. He has not yet said if it continued or put an end to his career.

After Hassane Kamara yesterday, OGC Nice has to save the signature Morgan Schneiderlin in the next few hours. The French international has already passed his medical visit, there were only small details have to be finalized to complete his transfer for an amount of 2 to 4 million euros max.

Loaned this season by Monaco, Youssel Ait Bennasser is not retained. The Girondins have not waived the purchase option, but not sure that the moroccan international will postpone the colors of the ASM. A interest of Trabzonspor (Turkey) is in particular mentioned.

According to the independent journalist specialist transfers Manu Lonjonthe RC Lens is passed to the attack to the midfield of Groningen (the netherlands), Azor Matusiwa. The Blood and Gold would have made a first offer of € 3 million.

Without a club since terminating his contract with the Girondins de Bordeaux last November, Younousse Sankharé (30 years) is committed with CSKA Sofia (Bulgaria).

According to the information of Viola News, a body that follows the news of Fiorentina, Joachim Andersen could leave Lyon a year after his arrival, to join the club of Florence.


The cold between Paris and Tunis

Kaïs Saied, the tunisian president elected last October, is the first head of State received in Paris since the déconfinement. He will meet with Emmanuel Macron on Monday 22 June, for a visit of work and friendship, ” says the presidency of tunisia.

→ EXPLANATION. Kais Saied, a president, a revolutionary and a conservative for Tunisia

The war in Libya will be at the heart of discussions between the two heads of State. “Kaïs Saied will reaffirm the neutrality of Tunisia, a position of historic Tunis – which calls for a political solution to libo-libya “, explains the political analyst Selim Kharrat, head of the NGO Al-Bawsala (the compass) of expertise of the democratic life. And therefore urge France to work for peace while Paris supports the camp of the marshal Haftar, alongside the united arab Emirates, Egypt and Russia, to the detriment of the government in Tripoli, supported by Turkey.

“Neutrality in the strainer ! “

“But it is a neutrality of colander ! “, “says the political scientist Youssef Cherif. “If he doesn’t want to be too pro-Turkish, Kaïs Saied may not be in the anti-Turkish “, relève-t-il. Tunisia, particularly exposed to conflict, and historically very close to its larger neighbour of libya, must be flexible with Libya to the west.

“Tunisia is in a very uncomfortable situation vis-à-vis Turkey, the first country with which it has a trade deficit, adds Kamel Jendoubi, the former president of the independent high authority for the elections. Convoys in transit by Tunisia, of the facilities have been granted to Turkey. End up, de facto, an alignment on the axis Ankara-Doha. “

As Kaïs Saied is still seeking to establish itself as head of diplomacy. Considered as a novice in politics, he is constantly competed on the international stage by Rached Ghannouchi, the leader of the islamist party Ennahda, president of the assembly of the representatives of the people, and very close to the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Which had made an impromptu visit to Tunis last December.

“Ghannouchi continued what he called his “diplomacy of the people,” without consultation with the presidency or the ministry of foreign affairs, but the dispute is more on the competition between the men “says Kamel Jendoubi.

A motion against the crimes of the colonization

Paris who lives a true weapon with Turkey also saw a great period of cold, with Tunis, in spite of the fact that France is the main trading partner of Tunisia, where operate 1 500 French firms employing 150 000 Tunisians. “Kaïs Saied, elected by a public, non-francophile is deemed to be very little pro-French “, reminds Youssef Cherif. Tunisia is no longer represented in France for over six months, since the double sacking of the ambassador Abdelaziz Rassâa and consul general Ali Chaalali in November and December of last year, in the wake of the election of Kaïs Saied.

→ ANALYSIS. Paris and Ankara to the brink of confrontation

It is in this tense context that the deputies of tunisians have discussed the matter on June 9, the last of the motion – not adopted – to demand an apology from France for all the crimes committed “during and after colonization “. Many observers see, in the fact to stir up this topic on the public square, the action of Ennahda, which would have pushed beneath the surface of the text defended by the party, salafist al-Karama, and then better allocate its rejection by voting no.