Former French president Francois Hollande on Tuesday slammed Donald Trump's hardline stance on the Iran nuclear deal -- which Paris helped to negotiate -- as a "double fault", warning the US president's "unpredictability" threatened global stability. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! French workers are being asked to make "useless sacrifices," says Francois Hollande. Victories for ordinary people are rare and rarer still our times dominated as they are by Money and Strongmen. In France...Show More Summary
Unions and leftists opposed to President Macron's labour reform line-up to be counted while ex-President Francois Hollande makes a surprise return to business.
One year ago, when he was still president, Francois Hollande scandalized the establishment when it emerged that amid record unemployment, painful labor reforms, a sliding economy and the most serious social unrest in decades, the French...Show More Summary
Former French president Francois Hollande said Wednesday he has not turned his back on politics, after criticising his successor and former protege in the Elysee Palace, Emmanuel Macron. "Even when I decided... not to stand (for re-election) I had said I would not retire from political life," the Socialist Hollande, 63, told TV5 Monde television. Show More Summary
Mr Macron is more unpopular than Francois Hollande was after 100 days
After five years in power under ex-president Francois Hollande, the party now faces a battle to survive after a historic drubbing in parliamentary elections. "The tornado was too strong... the two elections were too close to allow us to really recover," Cambadelis added on Sunday.
For France's Socialists, the pain keeps getting worse. After five years in power under ex-president Francois Hollande, the party now faces a battle to survive after a historic drubbing in parliamentary elections. Projections on Sunday showed it crashing to 15-40 MPs in the new national assembly from 277 currently. Show More Summary
Etienne Cardiles, the partner of Xavier Jugelé, the police officer slain in an ISIS attack on Champs-Élysées in Paris in April, has married him posthumously at a ceremony attended by President Francois Hollande, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo, and the curr… Read The post Partner of Gay Police Officer Killed in Paris ISIS Attack Marries Him Posthumously appeared first on Towleroad.
France’s The Local reports: The partner of a gay policeman gunned down by a jihadist on Paris’s Champs-Elysees avenue in April has married him posthumously, according to reports on Wednesday. Former president Francois Hollande and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo attended the wedding on Tuesday of the late Xavier Jugele and Etienne Cardiles. Show More Summary
The partner of a gay policeman gunned down by a jihadist on Paris's Champs-Elysees avenue in April has married him posthumously, the daily Le Parisien reported Wednesday. Former president Francois Hollande and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo attended the wedding on Tuesday of the late Xavier Jugele and Etienne Cardiles. Show More Summary
Both Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo and former French President Francois Hollande were at the ceremony.
Hollande's five-year tenure polarized French society and left him with the worst approval ratings in French history.
Emmanuel Macron becomes France's youngest ever president on Sunday, taking over from socialist Francois Hollande in a solemn ceremony. Video provided by AFP
Emmanuel Macron is the newest president of France after his inauguration at the Elysee Palace in Paris this morning. The 39-year-old former banker has taken over from his predecessor, Francois Hollande, after the official handover at...Show More Summary
France's new President Emmanuel Macron is formally taking power during a ceremony at the Elysee presidential palace in Paris. His predecessor, Francois Hollande, is to welcome him in the courtyard … Click to Continue »
French President Francois Hollande chaired his final cabinet meeting Wednesday before handing over the reins to Emmanuel Macron, while the governing Socialist Party began to splinter.