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France facing huge demonstrations

France facing huge demonstrations

French unions sketched one more day of mass street demonstration and walkouts on Thursday to combat Nicolas Sarkozy's ideas to incline the retirement age to 62, the attraction of the right-unit president's reforms.

France puts European Union on defensive on Roma situation

France puts European Union on defensive on Roma situation

Once again, European Union is on defensive due to Mr. Sarkozy, the French President's aggressive stance over the charges of deporting Romas. This has been constituted by the European Union as breach of European law.

The incident has also converted the atmosphere of EU summit, instead of being the realm of serious discussion to an arena of mudslinging and display of division.

French deputies keep up with pensions refurbish

French deputies keep up with pensions refurbish

A refurbish of France’s pay-as-you go pension’s arrangement crossed its initial legislative obstacle when it succeeded the consent of the lower house of parliament subsequent to an ill- rage all-night discussion.

French Reply Critic of Roma eviction

French Reply Critic of Roma eviction

On Wednesday France strike back at deplorable criticism of its repatriation of Roma from a affiliate of the European Commission, inducing her to express that she apologize for her remarks were interpreted as contrasting France to Nazi Germany.

French media shows its anger against Sarkozy by comparisons

French media shows its anger against Sarkozy by comparisons

There is more to Nicholas Sarkozy than just his names in the world media. He is considered corrupt and so is his office, by the French media. And they have left no stone unturned to show how.

French Government under Stress due to Tough Measures

French Government under Stress due to Tough Measures

The French Government is reported to be under immense stress with President Nicolas Sarkozy's summer law and order. A lot of ministers have publicly stated their displeasure regarding the throwing out of Roma (Gypsies) and other stern moves.

French and British Likely to Enter a Pact of Sharing Aircraft Carriers

French and British Likely to Enter a Pact of Sharing Aircraft Carriers

A summit had been held in August this year, wherein, British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicholas Sarkozy discussed the huge budgetary limitations that both the countries are undergoing presently.

French National Court Rejects Government Order of Roma’s Deportation

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Defying the intentions of the French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, to 'dismantle' the gypsy camps, the national court declared a decision on Tuesday that blocked the deportation of the 7 gypsies to Brazil or Romania. These gypsies have been taken out of their houses, as the Government labeled them 'illegal'.

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