"Nothing must hamper this democratic moment, essential for our country," says Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve
PARIS (Reuters) - France will not give in to demands for an "unrealistic" 2.5 billion euro ($2.7 billion) aid package for French Guiana, which has been swept by social unrest, Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said on Monday.
French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve called on Monday to “continue the dialogue” over French Guiana which has witnessed unrest for more than 10 days due to a general strike.
French Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux was summoned to meet Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve on Tuesday after revelations that he employed his two daughters as parliamentary assistants on a number of occasions. The case has drawn comparison...Show More Summary
French Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux was summoned to meet the prime minister on Tuesday over reports he hired his student-age daughters for summer jobs while a member of parliament, an official at Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve's office said.
France's prime minister has summoned Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux after a report that he hired his two daughters for 24 temporary parliamentary jobs. Officials in Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve's … Click to Continue »
PARIS (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve will meet Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux on Tuesday over accusations he employed his daughters for summer jobs while he was a member of parliament, a source in the prime minister's office said.
French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve is in Wuhan, China this Thursday, in part to promote French business. The visit marks the end of Cazeneuve's first overseas trip in his role as French prime minster.
French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker warned Britain Monday that the terms of any Brexit deal must not be better than full EU membership. Cazeneuve added that Britain must discuss its...Show More Summary
Bernard Cazeneuve joins president of European commission in warning UK of ‘a strong will’ to defend interests of bloc The prime minister of France and the president of the European commission have warned Britain that the terms of any...Show More Summary
An armed man attacked a French solider near the Louvre on Friday morning. France’s prime minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, said that the attack was “terrorist in nature.” The solider shot and seriously injured the man. From the Washington...Show More Summary
French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve on Thursday warned troops stationed in Africa's Sahel region that they should "prepare for a long war" against jihadists.
French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve on Thursday warned troops stationed in Africa's Sahel region that they should "prepare for a long war" against jihadists. He also promised Chad, where French troops have been stationed since 2014 under Operation Barkhane, his nation's financial support. Show More Summary
Less than five months before the first round of presidential elections, France’s new government has desperate little time to accomplish any policy goals. But the new prime minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, could still succeed in leaving his mark.
Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve on Tuesday pledged to “protect French people” in his first speech to France’s National Assembly, defending President François Hollande and directly challenging conservative lawmakers.
Prime minister Bernard Cazeneuve says 17 attacks have been thwarted this year and extension is ‘absolutely necessary’ The French government is seeking to extend the country’s state of emergency laws until after the presidential election,...Show More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - The French government will propose extending the state of emergency until July 15 2017 due to presidential and parliament elections in spring next year, prime minister Bernard Cazeneuve said on Saturday.
You might have expected Bernard Cazeneuve, the man who takes over from Manuel Valls as French prime minister, to be the main item of interest in this morning's papers. In fact, he is obliged to play second fiddle to the news that French secondary education appears to be making no progress in the international rankings.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve has been named prime minister, replacing Manuel Valls who has resigned to pursue his presidential ambitions. Cazeneuve, who is expected to head the government until the May 2017 presidential election, will have the shortest term as prime minister in France's history so far.
New French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve is a safe pair of hands who as interior minister had to deal with a series of jihadist attacks which were unprecedented in France. Cazeneuve was handed the premiership on Tuesday after Manuel Valls quit to pursue a bid to secure the Socialist nomination for the presidency. Show More Summary