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France reaches out to Israel for advice on re-enforcing obligatory conscription

15 Febrero 2018

On Tuesday, President Emmanuel Macron warned that France would act unilaterally to strike the "source" of any chemical weapons use in Syria, but he said there was still no conclusive proof that chemical weapons had been used by the Damascus regime after it agreed to dismantling its WMD arsenal and eliminating its stockpile of such weapons. "It is a necessity".

The government plans to trial the programme in 2019. Africa cannot wage an effective war against poverty, ignorance, disease, or terrorism for that matter, while lagging behind in education. It worked. On the first round, Macron obtained 24% of the vote and LePen 21 percent.

One proposed solution is a mandatory fine with the threat of criminal charges if the offender does not pay the fine on time.

"The French people are as pragmatic as their president: They believe that having a good relationship with Washington and having their president able to influence his American counterpart is seen as a positive", de Hoop Scheffer explained. History backs up this assumption. Those chosen would come together for four weekends over the course of a few months to learn about the EU and discuss the most pressing issues of the day. "Our logic is that we have to allow change". It is dirigisme par excellence, the very French idea that state action can engineer economic gains.

Upon graduation, he served the government as an Inspecteur Générale des Finances.

We are talking about the events of 1997, however, the woman went to the police only in 2008, when the deadline to open a court case has already expired. The government aims to smash the rail workers' statute to boost productivity and competitiveness at the SNCF, which like many French firms, is rapidly failing faced with global competition. Such a cross-section of society would take power out of the hands of politicians, and make for more representative participation.

"On chemical weapons, I set a red line and I reaffirm that red line", Macron told reporters, according to Reuters.

When it comes to the media, Macron's intentions are not all that different from his predecessors', even if the tactics and the rhetoric are. Something music fans everywhere have been fighting for decades. While Hollande was unable to maintain France's position as an equal ally of the France-Germany controlling duo of European politics, Macron has moved into the void created by Germany's now much weaker position. Last week, two Republicans candidates defeated candidates from Macron's République En Marche (Republic on the Move) party in special elections. In fact, France granted citizens of its colonies French citizenship.

"This caused quite a stir among media outlets, who rightly said the president should not be allowed to choose which journalists to have by his side. In other words, to keep the rights to believe or not to believe, the free will and national harmony".

Referring to Iranian influence in Iraq, Lebanon, and Yemen, Macron stated, that Tehran's foreign policy "can sometimes be a factor of destabilization and we need to have a dialog with the Iranian regime".

In his dealings with restless trade unions and British Brexiteers, Mr Macron has shown himself up for a fight.

France reaches out to Israel for advice on re-enforcing obligatory conscription