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Macron approval rating at 37 percent: poll

Only 37 percent of French voters are happy with President Emmanuel Macron's performance in his first three months in power, a new survey showed on Wednesday. The 39-year-old's approval ratings have fallen sharply since his election in May after a mixed start to his five-year term in office with the latest poll confirming the results of other surveys. Show More Summary

Neo-colonialist attitudes spark African ire: Energy Economist

French President Emmanuel Macron may only have been in power for a couple of months, but his first statements on Africa have reawakened African fears of neo-colonialism. At the most recent G20 summit held July 7-8 in Hamburg, MacronShow More Summary

Macron lodges complaint against photographer for harassment while on holiday

President Emmanuel Macron has lodged a legal complaint against a photographer alleging harassment and invasion of privacy during his holiday in the southern French city of Marseille, his aides have said.

Macron sues photojournalist for invasion of privacy

French President Emmanuel Macron is suing a photojournalist who tried to snap him while on holiday with his wife Brigitte in the southern French city of Marseille. Macron accuses the man of invading his privacy but the photographer claims he spent several hours in police cells for simply doing his job.

Macron’s Approval in France Falls to Trump Level

A new YouGov poll in France finds French president Emmanuel Macron’s approval rate at just 36%.

Burkina attack: Macron, Kaboré want G5 anti-jihad force soon

French President Emmanuel Macron has called for the swift launch of a five-nation African anti-terror force following Sunday's murderous attack on a restaurant in Burkina Faso's capital, Ouagadougou.

Macron Musters Tepid Approval Rating At 100-Day Mark

French President Emmanuel Macron might have resoundingly triumphed over populist candidate Marine Le Pen in April’s election, but the honeymoon period appears to have expired for the 39-year-old leader, whose approval rating is now lower than that of his deeply … More » The post Macron Musters Tepid Approval Rating At 100-Day Mark appeared first on EveryJoe.

French weekly magazines review 13 August 2017

French President Emmanuel Macron, marks first one hundred days in office, Rwandan President Paul Kagame, wins third term in Soviet-style election, a new cream of crazy "nababs" dream of hyperloop trains and immortality for mindkind, and PSG's Qatari owners celebrate diplomatic football coup over rivals in the Gulf after Neymar's record-breaking transfer from Barcelona.

Macron, Trump to work together to defuse N. Korea threat

US President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron spoke by phone on Saturday and agreed to work together on a crisis on the Korean Peninsula, the White House said in a statement.

Macron warns against escalation of tensions over North Korea

French President Emmanuel Macron has warned against an “escalation of tensions” over North Korea amid a growing war of words between Washington and Pyongyang.

Emmanuel Macron's Sudden Collapse: French 'Radical Centrist' Now as Unpopular as Trump

Three months after his huge win, the French neoliberal darling has seen his popularity crumble. It's no surprise. A few months ago Emmanuel Macron was on top of the world. After being elected the youngest president in French history,...Show More Summary

French MPs set to vote law to prevent 'fake jobs'

The French parliament was expected Wednesday to fulfil a top campaign promise of President Emmanuel Macron, approving legislation to prevent MPs and ministers from hiring family members. The ethics law is aimed at restoring public trust...Show More Summary

Brigitte Macron 'will not become France's First Lady', after 280,000 people sign petition to block her

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Brigitte Macron, the wife of French president Emmanuel Macron, will not officially be France’s First Lady, according to government officials and reports. The decision flies in the face of Mr Macron's pre-election promise to make...Show More Summary

France Is Trying to Decide Whether Being a First Lady Should Be a Real Job Or Not

French President Emmanuel Macron wants his wife to do more than sit next to him at fancy dinners and endure the leering compliments of fellow heads of state. Brigitte Macron would like a more formal position in government than one merely requiring her to smile at her husband when the photographers come out. The French public is seemingly not so sure.

First Ladies' role little-defined around the world

French President Emmanuel Macron's efforts to create a "real status" for First Lady Brigitte Macron have thrown a spotlight on the role of her counterparts around the world. In some cases First Ladies have played influential behind-the-scenes roles, and in some cases have even come to power. Show More Summary

No official 'first lady' status due for France's Brigitte Macron

Reports suggest French President Emmanuel Macron is preparing to backpedal on the issue of creating an official First Lady position for his wife in the face of opposition to the move, although the Élysée Palace rejects that characterisation.

Macron gives up on making wife French First Lady

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French President Emmanuel Macron has abandoned controversial plans to grant his wife an official “first lady” title following a campaign against the idea. The French government confirmed Tuesday that while a “transparency charter” published in the coming days will clarify the public role of...

Macron camps hits back after online petition opposes first lady plan

French President Emmanuel Macron's supporters leapt to the defence of plans to give his wife, Brigitte, an official role on Tuesday. But they seemed ready to drop the idea of giving her the title of first lady after an online petition against the idea attracted nearly 300,000 signatures in two weeks.

Meet French first lady Brigitte Macron: President Emmanuel Macron's former schoolteacher turned wife who may get a formal role in his administration

Glamorous former high school teacher Brigitte Trogneux is France's first first lady in five years, and it's caused some adjustments. French President Emmanuel Macron, whose popularity has plummeted in recent weeks, is planning to give...Show More Summary

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