Elisabeth Borne appointed prime minister, Sweden wants to join NATO, Guy’s case embarrasses PSG… News from Monday

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Elizabeth Bourne enters Matignon. No longer says prime minister but madam prime minister. After three weeks of extensive consultations, Emmanuel Macron has finally decided to appoint Elizabeth Born to lead the new government, despite her poor environmental record, the Elysee Palace said in a brief statement on Monday. The former Minister of Transport and Ecological Transition and then the Labor Party headed by Emmanuel Macron, who was the target of criticism from opponents, had the support of Edith Cresson, the only woman to have occupied Matignon for three decades. Elizabeth Bourne will find several burned files on her new desk.

Goodbye artwork Jan Castex. After tendering his resignation in the afternoon, the former prime minister made way for his successor at a handover ceremony on the steps of the Matignon Hotel, after just over 22 months at the helm of the government. Release He reviews five key moments from his visit to Rue Varennes. Our video.

Sweden will apply to join NATO. On Monday, Prime Minister Magdalena Anderson formally announced that the Scandinavian country, like Finland, intends to join NATO. After the Russian invasion of Ukraine. “We leave an era to enter a new era”According to the Swedish leader. France “You will stand with Finland and Sweden» In the event of aggression, the Elysee responded on Monday evening. Our life in Ukraine.

Homophobia: Idrissa Gaye puts PSG and the professional football league in turmoil. As controversy escalates over the footballer, who is suspected of not playing on Saturday to avoid wearing the rainbow jersey to support the gay cause, the Paris club only specifies on Monday evening that “The decision Gueye made on Saturday is an individual one.” Read our article.

Reassuring news for Thomas Chisholm after his attack. The vital prognosis of former Top Chef is no longer dealt with. The French-American chef was the victim of a violent knife attack on the night of Sunday to Monday, leading to the departure of the ephemeral Grand Palais in Paris. The 19-year-old suspect was arrested in the 14th district where he lives. Read our article.

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Even before the government resigned, Jean-Baptiste Jabbari was already planning to fuel the revolving door. The announcement on Monday that the former transportation minister may be appointed in the future to the board of a company specializing in hydrogen vehicles calls into question the relationship between the public and private sectors. HATVP issued a positive opinion with some reservations. Our ticket.

The State Council suspends the dissolution of an anti-fascist group in Lyon. On Monday, the highest French administrative court suspended the dissolution of the anti-fascist group Lyon and its environs (Gilles), considering the insufficiency of the elements put forward by the Ministry of the Interior. The judges’ view “Elements held against the group, individually and collectively, do not justify dissolution under the Internal Security Act.” our article.

In Bovis, the mosque authorized its reopening after the imam’s departure for “inciting hatred”. The largest place of worship for Muslims in Oise County closed in December due to sermons in particular “Incitement to hatred”, “violence” And “Praise of Jihad”. Changes in the management union’s work persuaded the courts to reopen the venue. Read our article.

Behind the Fondari Street fire, a prostitute was killed. Ten people are on trial from Monday for three weeks at the Paris Assize Court for a fire in the 15th arrondissement. The purpose of the fire was to conceal the death of a prostitute who had been killed by a pimp. Our story.

Gael Monfils, injured right foot, sent off for Roland Garros. We don’t wait until we lose the first game. The French player, ranked first and twenty-two in the world, announced, on Monday, that he will not participate in the Roland Garros tournament (May 22 – June 5) due to the discomfort in his right heel that prevents him from moving on the field. I regret to inform you of my withdrawal […] Roland Garros », Monfils explains in a Twitter message. Read our article.

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