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Le World keeps the synopsis of the campaign for the presidential election of 2022: a daily update, published every evening at 7 p.m., reviews the political events of the past day and discusses upcoming meetings.

He wants to be the candidate of “the France of happy days”. Fabien Roussel unveiled, Monday, January 24, from the headquarters of the French Communist Party, his 180 proposals two and a half months before the first round of the presidential election: minimum wage at 1,500 euros net, 500,000 more jobs in public services , student income from 850 euros, nationalization of EDF, tripling of wealth tax…

In his 124-page program book, “France on Happy Days”, a tribute to that of the National Council of Resistance, the communist candidate focused his proposals on work and purchasing power. “There are fed up with a France that promises austerity, savings”, launched Mr. Roussel during his press conference on Monday morning, wanting “to give hope to those who no longer believe in it”.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Fabien Roussel, the communist candidate for the presidential election, is betting on a program rooted in social

Concerning ecology, Fabien Roussel assumes a different line from La France insoumise and especially from Europe Ecologie-Les Verts. If he defends the free urban public transport and the reopening of small train lines, the communist candidate is aimed at motorists: free driving license before the age of 25, bonus for conversion to less polluting vehicles, but also reduction of the fuel prices by reducing VAT to 5.5%.

To achieve carbon neutrality by 2040-2050, it plans in its program a “strong growth in electricity production, by investing in renewable energies (…) and in nuclear electricity with the construction of at least six additional EPRs”. Since the withdrawal of Arnaud Montebourg, he is now the only left to defend the construction of power stations.

Emmanuel Macron speaks with students from the agricultural high school in Ahun (Creuse), Monday, January 24.

Presidential candidacy, universities, agricultural income… Emmanuel Macron began a two-day trip to Creuse and Haute-Vienne on Monday with a visit to the agricultural high school in Ahun where he was questioned on many subjects. By approaching the head of state, in the high school barn where around forty cows are ruminating, Tom, an 18-year-old high school student, notably tried to get the scoop that many political journalists would like to get. “Are you standing for re-election? », he launched, mask on the nose. But as in these last interviews, Mr. Macron took care to temporize.

“I will continue to fight until the end. (…) We still have a lot of things to do. If everything had been settled, [mais] This is not the case. Afterwards, I will announce my decision in due time.”, declared the Head of State, who concluded by giving an appointment “to the next episode”.

“François Hollande has a lot of humor, and I think he showed a lot of humor in front of these students”

She hopes it’s a joke, but he was serious. Once again, François Hollande maintained doubt about a possible candidacy, Sunday January 23, in a program broadcast on France 3 devoted to a meeting with high school students.

“For the moment, I am not a candidate, you noticed”, notably replied Mr. Holland to one of the high school students, before adding: “And since it’s not going well [dans le pays et à gauche], it is true that we could say: Would one more application be helpful? I don’t know, I don’t think, moreover… I have the same ideas as before, I continue to defend them, and a former president can very well go back to politics and, it happened, be a candidate in the presidential election. » Asked about his possible candidacy, he replied: “I will, in any case, speak soon. »

These remarks sound like a new disavowal for the socialist candidate, Anne Hidalgo. Questioned Monday morning on RTL, the mayor of Paris remarked: “First of all, François Hollande, whom I see regularly, has a lot of humor and I think he showed a lot of humor in front of these 2from », she judged. And to continue: “I’m not here to comment on small sentences, even those of François Hollande. »

A figure that should not leave candidates on the left indifferent, even those who do not want to be part of it. The organizers of the Popular Primary announced on Monday that 467,000 voters will take part in this citizen consultation which will take place from January 27 to 30.

With this figure higher than expected, the popular Primary, criticized by most of the main left-wing candidates, far exceeds the 22,000 PS activists of the socialist nomination, the 122,000 participants in the environmentalist primary in September and the nearly 140,000 members of the Les Républicains party congress at the beginning of December. “It is the biggest process of deciding between candidates in France, it cannot be ignored”, rejoiced with AFP Mathilde Imer, one of the organizers of the primary.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers The popular Primary, the union of the left, against all odds
Archive of the

In this recap devoted to the news of the electoral campaign, we also evoke the past by returning each day to the highlights of the last presidential elections through an article by the World. Today, let’s go back ten years… January 24, 2012.

In The world, journalist Sylvia Zappi looks back on François Hollande’s big meeting at Le Bourget. It was on this occasion that the socialist candidate, who won the primary on the left a few weeks earlier against Martine Aubry, really launched his campaign. Before this meeting, socialist activists still had some doubts about him. “I would like to know what is behind the politician. It’s smooth, you can’t figure it out.”, wondered one of the 25,000 activists present in the room.

Read the archive, in 2012 Article reserved for our subscribers In the stands of Le Bourget: “We feel a personality that emerges”

An hour and twenty-five minutes of speeches, applause and slogans later, the activists have regained their enthusiasm. “We have just seen a large number of the one we call soft balls ! », one of them exclaims. Another particularly liked the candidate’s tirades “against the forces of money”. He had launched a tirade that had marked during this meeting: “My real adversary, he has no name, no face, no party, he will never present his candidacy, he will never be elected and yet he governs. This adversary is the world of finance. »

“He invited us to dream and we are going to do something in the next few years: we are going to change eras”, also hopes another activist. Without suspecting that, five years later, the “new world” would rather be embodied by a young adviser to François Hollande then unknown, a certain Emmanuel Macron.

From local to international. The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, continues his trip to Creuse and Haute-Vienne on Tuesday to discuss in particular the problems of rurality and health. He will then fly to Berlin where he will meet the new German Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, at the end of the day. A joint press conference is scheduled for 5:45 p.m.

Sponsorships. While the decree convening voters should be presented to the Council of Ministers on Wednesday, the President of the Constitutional Council, Laurent Fabius, is holding a press conference on Tuesday at 11 a.m. on the rules of sponsorship.

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Le World keeps the synopsis of the campaign for the presidential election of 2022: a daily update, published every evening at 7 p.m., reviews the political events of the past day and discusses upcoming meetings.

He wants to be the candidate of “the France of happy days”. Fabien Roussel unveiled, Monday, January 24, from the headquarters of the French Communist Party, his 180 proposals two and a half months before the first round of the presidential election: minimum wage at 1,500 euros net, 500,000 more jobs in public services , student income from 850 euros, nationalization of EDF, tripling of wealth tax…

In his 124-page program book, “France on Happy Days”, a tribute to that of the National Council of Resistance, the communist candidate focused his proposals on work and purchasing power. “There are fed up with a France that promises austerity, savings”, launched Mr. Roussel during his press conference on Monday morning, wanting “to give hope to those who no longer believe in it”.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Fabien Roussel, the communist candidate for the presidential election, is betting on a program rooted in social

Concerning ecology, Fabien Roussel assumes a different line from La France insoumise and especially from Europe Ecologie-Les Verts. If he defends the free urban public transport and the reopening of small train lines, the communist candidate is aimed at motorists: free driving license before the age of 25, bonus for conversion to less polluting vehicles, but also reduction of the fuel prices by reducing VAT to 5.5%.

To achieve carbon neutrality by 2040-2050, it plans in its program a “strong growth in electricity production, by investing in renewable energies (…) and in nuclear electricity with the construction of at least six additional EPRs”. Since the withdrawal of Arnaud Montebourg, he is now the only left to defend the construction of power stations.

Emmanuel Macron speaks with students from the agricultural high school in Ahun (Creuse), Monday, January 24.

Presidential candidacy, universities, agricultural income… Emmanuel Macron began a two-day trip to Creuse and Haute-Vienne on Monday with a visit to the agricultural high school in Ahun where he was questioned on many subjects. By approaching the head of state, in the high school barn where around forty cows are ruminating, Tom, an 18-year-old high school student, notably tried to get the scoop that many political journalists would like to get. “Are you standing for re-election? », he launched, mask on the nose. But as in these last interviews, Mr. Macron took care to temporize.

“I will continue to fight until the end. (…) We still have a lot of things to do. If everything had been settled, [mais] This is not the case. Afterwards, I will announce my decision in due time.”, declared the Head of State, who concluded by giving an appointment “to the next episode”.

“François Hollande has a lot of humor, and I think he showed a lot of humor in front of these students”

She hopes it’s a joke, but he was serious. Once again, François Hollande maintained doubt about a possible candidacy, Sunday January 23, in a program broadcast on France 3 devoted to a meeting with high school students.

“For the moment, I am not a candidate, you noticed”, notably replied Mr. Holland to one of the high school students, before adding: “And since it’s not going well [dans le pays et à gauche], it is true that we could say: Would one more application be helpful? I don’t know, I don’t think, moreover… I have the same ideas as before, I continue to defend them, and a former president can very well go back to politics and, it happened, be a candidate in the presidential election. » Asked about his possible candidacy, he replied: “I will, in any case, speak soon. »

These remarks sound like a new disavowal for the socialist candidate, Anne Hidalgo. Questioned Monday morning on RTL, the mayor of Paris remarked: “First of all, François Hollande, whom I see regularly, has a lot of humor and I think he showed a lot of humor in front of these 2from », she judged. And to continue: “I’m not here to comment on small sentences, even those of François Hollande. »

A figure that should not leave candidates on the left indifferent, even those who do not want to be part of it. The organizers of the Popular Primary announced on Monday that 467,000 voters will take part in this citizen consultation which will take place from January 27 to 30.

With this figure higher than expected, the popular Primary, criticized by most of the main left-wing candidates, far exceeds the 22,000 PS activists of the socialist nomination, the 122,000 participants in the environmentalist primary in September and the nearly 140,000 members of the Les Républicains party congress at the beginning of December. “It is the biggest process of deciding between candidates in France, it cannot be ignored”, rejoiced with AFP Mathilde Imer, one of the organizers of the primary.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers The popular Primary, the union of the left, against all odds
Archive of the

In this recap devoted to the news of the electoral campaign, we also evoke the past by returning each day to the highlights of the last presidential elections through an article by the World. Today, let’s go back ten years… January 24, 2012.

In The world, journalist Sylvia Zappi looks back on François Hollande’s big meeting at Le Bourget. It was on this occasion that the socialist candidate, who won the primary on the left a few weeks earlier against Martine Aubry, really launched his campaign. Before this meeting, socialist activists still had some doubts about him. “I would like to know what is behind the politician. It’s smooth, you can’t figure it out.”, wondered one of the 25,000 activists present in the room.

Read the archive, in 2012 Article reserved for our subscribers In the stands of Le Bourget: “We feel a personality that emerges”

An hour and twenty-five minutes of speeches, applause and slogans later, the activists have regained their enthusiasm. “We have just seen a large number of the one we call soft balls ! », one of them exclaims. Another particularly liked the candidate’s tirades “against the forces of money”. He had launched a tirade that had marked during this meeting: “My real adversary, he has no name, no face, no party, he will never present his candidacy, he will never be elected and yet he governs. This adversary is the world of finance. »

“He invited us to dream and we are going to do something in the next few years: we are going to change eras”, also hopes another activist. Without suspecting that, five years later, the “new world” would rather be embodied by a young adviser to François Hollande then unknown, a certain Emmanuel Macron.

From local to international. The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, continues his trip to Creuse and Haute-Vienne on Tuesday to discuss in particular the problems of rurality and health. He will then fly to Berlin where he will meet the new German Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, at the end of the day. A joint press conference is scheduled for 5:45 p.m.

Sponsorships. While the decree convening voters should be presented to the Council of Ministers on Wednesday, the President of the Constitutional Council, Laurent Fabius, is holding a press conference on Tuesday at 11 a.m. on the rules of sponsorship.

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Several million French people initially received a single dose of the vaccine. The reason ? They were contaminated before or just after this first injection. Those among them who have received their booster dose now have a complete vaccination schedule, entitling them to the vaccination pass. This came into force on Monday, replacing the health pass.

Except that their pass may display an end date 7 months after the last injection, suggesting that they will need a second reminder by then. Several witnesses have sent us their questions on this subject.

Contacted, the Directorate General of Health confirms this observation. This “is linked to the fact that this (booster) injection cannot be technically decorrelated from a complete initial two-dose cycle. Clearly, the second dose received by these French people who have been infected is not understood to be a booster dose, and it is displayed 2/2 in the Tous Anti Covid application. The system therefore understands that a third dose of vaccine will be necessary within seven months, and this period will even be reduced to four months from February 15.

New certificate to download

Don’t worry though, a solution is planned. From February 1, if you are still concerned, you will need to go to the social security site to download a new certificate in 2/1 format. “Without this new certificate, the second dose will not be considered a booster dose and will expire after 7 months after the date of injection”, indicates the General Directorate of Health.

If you have told the healthcare professional that you have been infected in the past on the day you were vaccinated, everything will work automatically. Otherwise, you will not be able to retrieve a new certificate in 2/2 format. The General Directorate of Health then recommends that you “contact a vaccination center, a health professional or Health Insurance to request a certificate in 2/1 on February 1”. But you will still need to have proof that you have tested positive.

Otherwise, you will have no choice but to receive a third dose at least three months after the second. But don’t worry: you won’t risk anything for your health. Many French people have also received three doses while having been infected… but asymptomatic, and without having tested positive.

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Several million French people initially received a single dose of the vaccine. The reason ? They were contaminated before or just after this first injection. Those among them who have received their booster dose now have a complete vaccination schedule, entitling them to the vaccination pass. This came into force on Monday, replacing the health pass.

Except that their pass may display an end date 7 months after the last injection, suggesting that they will need a second reminder by then. Several witnesses have sent us their questions on this subject.

Contacted, the Directorate General of Health confirms this observation. This “is linked to the fact that this (booster) injection cannot be technically decorrelated from a complete initial two-dose cycle. Clearly, the second dose received by these French people who have been infected is not understood to be a booster dose, and it is displayed 2/2 in the Tous Anti Covid application. The system therefore understands that a third dose of vaccine will be necessary within seven months, and this period will even be reduced to four months from February 15.

New certificate to download

Don’t worry though, a solution is planned. From February 1, if you are still concerned, you will need to go to the social security site to download a new certificate in 2/1 format. “Without this new certificate, the second dose will not be considered a booster dose and will expire after 7 months after the date of injection”, indicates the General Directorate of Health.

If you have told the healthcare professional that you have been infected in the past on the day you were vaccinated, everything will work automatically. Otherwise, you will not be able to retrieve a new certificate in 2/2 format. The General Directorate of Health then recommends that you “contact a vaccination center, a health professional or Health Insurance to request a certificate in 2/1 on February 1”. But you will still need to have proof that you have tested positive.

Otherwise, you will have no choice but to receive a third dose at least three months after the second. But don’t worry: you won’t risk anything for your health. Many French people have also received three doses while having been infected… but asymptomatic, and without having tested positive.

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Reinildo is going to sign Atletico Madrid, Nice is thinking of a Red Devil, a new lead for Alvaro Gonzalez, Renato Sanches evokes a departure, Henry cools Bordeaux… Here is the Top 5 of the big transfer window files of the day not to be missed. Also discover the Foot Transfer Telegram, so you don’t miss any news from these 24 hours.

Reinildo will join Atletico

During this winter transfer window, the clubs will try to refine their squad for the second part of the season. From Monday to Saturday at 6 p.m., Maxifoot offers you daily the best of the biggest transfer window files and a summary of the main information from the past 24 hours, with official transfers and rumors deserving particular attention.

In one click, you have most of what you need to know about the transfer window! To see all the information classified by date or by club, go to the Maxifoot transfer window tables.

The TOP 5 files of the day that should not be missed

1. Reinildo goes to signer Atletico Madrid

Six months from the end of his contract with Lille, Reinildo will sign Atletico Madrid. The Lille left-back joined Spain on Monday to finalize his arrival at the Colchoneros. For now, we don’t know if the Mozambican will end the season at LOSC. The sources do not agree on this file: the journalist Fabrizio Romano and Marca evoke a transfer this winter, while L’Equipe announces that the Mastiff will end the season in the North and will join the Spanish capital next season.

2. Nice is thinking of a Red Devil

Looking for an attacking corridor player to enter the rotation with Justin Kluivert, Calvin Stengs and Hicham Boudaoui, OGC Nice is interested in Bryan Gil (Tottenham) and Francis Amuzu (Anderlecht). This Monday, a third track leads Jesse Lingard. According to information from Foot Mercato, the Niois coach suggested the name of the English winger from Manchester United to his management. But the file is a bit complex financially, since MU is demanding a transfer to let go of an element who only has six months of contract left. And with competition from Newcastle in this case, the Gym is not the favorite. But not beaten either.

3. A new track for Alvaro Gonzalez

Pushed towards the exit by Olympique de Marseille, Alvaro Gonzalez interested Galatasaray. According to information from RMC Sport, the Turkish club plans to offer OM a loan with option to buy to recover the central defender, whose name has also circulated in Valencia. A formula that could suit all parties, since the interest of the Istanbul team, despite its desire to stay in Marseille, does not leave the Spaniard unmoved, aware that coach Jorge Sampaoli and president Pablo Longoria no longer count on him. in the Phocaean city.

4. Renato Sanches evokes a departure from Lille

After Jonathan Ikon, Yusuf Yazici and perhaps Reinildo, will Lille lose Renato Sanches this winter? The Portuguese midfielder is not opposed to leaving LOSC during the season, as he confided to the Mirror. Maybe Milan and Arsenal are interested, but I don’t know. I spoke with my agent, I know which clubs are calling at the moment, but I can’t say. Although I am clear that I am ready. If an offer comes, I’ll evaluate what’s best for me , said the Mastiff. The Sanches file could therefore come alive in this last week of the winter transfer window.

5. Henry calms the game on the Bordeaux rumor

Since last week, the name of Thierry Henry has been announced on the shelves of the Girondins de Bordeaux in the event of the ousting of Vladimir Petkovic. Asked about this rumor by his Prime Video colleagues on Sunday evening, halftime of the match between PSG and Reims (4-0), the former French striker, consultant for the Amazon channel, calmed things down. What did I answer? Nothing at all, the ex-international tricolor let go quite schement. I don’t live in utopia. Suffice to say that Henry does not seem very keen on the idea of ​​landing on the bench of 17th in Ligue 1.

Telegram Foot Transfer – updated on Monday January 24, 2022 6 p.m.

It’s official :

– Metz ready the middle Cheikh Tidiane Sabaly Quevilly-Rouen Metropole (L2).

The TOP hallway noises that should not be missed:

In France

– Fenerbahe defender Marcel Tisserand Saint-Etienne is expected.
– Bordeaux card a sale of its attacker Ui-Jo Hwang this winter.
– The middle of PSG Junior Dina Ebimbe could be ready Leverkusen.

Abroad

– The Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic has an agreement with Juve on a €7 million per year contract.
– Arsenal think striker Alexander Isaac (Real Sociedad) in case of failure with Dusan Vlahovic.
– Milan have confirmed the extension to come from their left side Tho Hernandez.
– Freed by Inter Milan, the midfielder Christian Eriksen should revive Brentford
– The Netherlands want to offer the position of coach Joseph Guardiola when he leaves Manchester City.
– The left side Alexander Kolarov will leave Inter Milan.
– Free, Victor Pereira could become Everton’s new manager.
– Newcastle are still trying to get the Manchester United winger on loan, Jesse Linguard.
– Ajax’s left-back Nicolas Tagliafico would only like to join the Bara.

+ The transfer window tables of LIGUE 1 clubs
+ The EUROPE transfer window tables (Eng, Spain, Ita, Germany)

See you tomorrow at 6 p.m. for a new edition of the Journal des Transferts. Don’t forget in the meantime to consult the briefs of the day, complementary to the JdT!

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Reinildo is going to sign Atletico Madrid, Nice is thinking of a Red Devil, a new lead for Alvaro Gonzalez, Renato Sanches evokes a departure, Henry cools Bordeaux… Here is the Top 5 of the big transfer window files of the day not to be missed. Also discover the Foot Transfer Telegram, so you don’t miss any news from these 24 hours.

Reinildo will join Atletico

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The TOP 5 files of the day that should not be missed

1. Reinildo goes to signer Atletico Madrid

Six months from the end of his contract with Lille, Reinildo will sign Atletico Madrid. The Lille left-back joined Spain on Monday to finalize his arrival at the Colchoneros. For now, we don’t know if the Mozambican will end the season at LOSC. The sources do not agree on this file: the journalist Fabrizio Romano and Marca evoke a transfer this winter, while L’Equipe announces that the Mastiff will end the season in the North and will join the Spanish capital next season.

2. Nice is thinking of a Red Devil

Looking for an attacking corridor player to enter the rotation with Justin Kluivert, Calvin Stengs and Hicham Boudaoui, OGC Nice is interested in Bryan Gil (Tottenham) and Francis Amuzu (Anderlecht). This Monday, a third track leads Jesse Lingard. According to information from Foot Mercato, the Niois coach suggested the name of the English winger from Manchester United to his management. But the file is a bit complex financially, since MU is demanding a transfer to let go of an element who only has six months of contract left. And with competition from Newcastle in this case, the Gym is not the favorite. But not beaten either.

3. A new track for Alvaro Gonzalez

Pushed towards the exit by Olympique de Marseille, Alvaro Gonzalez interested Galatasaray. According to information from RMC Sport, the Turkish club plans to offer OM a loan with option to buy to recover the central defender, whose name has also circulated in Valencia. A formula that could suit all parties, since the interest of the Istanbul team, despite its desire to stay in Marseille, does not leave the Spaniard unmoved, aware that coach Jorge Sampaoli and president Pablo Longoria no longer count on him. in the Phocaean city.

4. Renato Sanches evokes a departure from Lille

After Jonathan Ikon, Yusuf Yazici and perhaps Reinildo, will Lille lose Renato Sanches this winter? The Portuguese midfielder is not opposed to leaving LOSC during the season, as he confided to the Mirror. Maybe Milan and Arsenal are interested, but I don’t know. I spoke with my agent, I know which clubs are calling at the moment, but I can’t say. Although I am clear that I am ready. If an offer comes, I’ll evaluate what’s best for me , said the Mastiff. The Sanches file could therefore come alive in this last week of the winter transfer window.

5. Henry calms the game on the Bordeaux rumor

Since last week, the name of Thierry Henry has been announced on the shelves of the Girondins de Bordeaux in the event of the ousting of Vladimir Petkovic. Asked about this rumor by his Prime Video colleagues on Sunday evening, halftime of the match between PSG and Reims (4-0), the former French striker, consultant for the Amazon channel, calmed things down. What did I answer? Nothing at all, the ex-international tricolor let go quite schement. I don’t live in utopia. Suffice to say that Henry does not seem very keen on the idea of ​​landing on the bench of 17th in Ligue 1.

Telegram Foot Transfer – updated on Monday January 24, 2022 6 p.m.

It’s official :

– Metz ready the middle Cheikh Tidiane Sabaly Quevilly-Rouen Metropole (L2).

The TOP hallway noises that should not be missed:

In France

– Fenerbahe defender Marcel Tisserand Saint-Etienne is expected.
– Bordeaux card a sale of its attacker Ui-Jo Hwang this winter.
– The middle of PSG Junior Dina Ebimbe could be ready Leverkusen.

Abroad

– The Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic has an agreement with Juve on a €7 million per year contract.
– Arsenal think striker Alexander Isaac (Real Sociedad) in case of failure with Dusan Vlahovic.
– Milan have confirmed the extension to come from their left side Tho Hernandez.
– Freed by Inter Milan, the midfielder Christian Eriksen should revive Brentford
– The Netherlands want to offer the position of coach Joseph Guardiola when he leaves Manchester City.
– The left side Alexander Kolarov will leave Inter Milan.
– Free, Victor Pereira could become Everton’s new manager.
– Newcastle are still trying to get the Manchester United winger on loan, Jesse Linguard.
– Ajax’s left-back Nicolas Tagliafico would only like to join the Bara.

+ The transfer window tables of LIGUE 1 clubs
+ The EUROPE transfer window tables (Eng, Spain, Ita, Germany)

See you tomorrow at 6 p.m. for a new edition of the Journal des Transferts. Don’t forget in the meantime to consult the briefs of the day, complementary to the JdT!

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SCIENCE – We have “avoided the worst”. This is how the Scientific Council analyzes the health situation, in its latest opinion of January 19. While recalling that the circulation of Covid-19 remains “very intense” due to the Omicron variant, which is very contagious and capable of reinfecting vaccinated or cured people, the researchers note that “the hospital system should hold up during the coming weeks”.

There are of course many “ifs”: the French must continue to be careful by reducing their risky contacts as has been the case since the beginning of the year. It is also necessary that the peak of cases expected in mid-January is not too delayed, in particular by the situation in schools.

If such a situation is possible when we have never recorded so many positive Covid-19 cases as in recent days, it is thanks to “a significantly lower severity of the Omicron variant and the protective effect of vaccines” .

Certainly, the variant is very contagious, including in vaccinated people. But the impact on the hospital has nothing to do with what we experienced in previous waves. To realize this, The HuffPost invites you to take a tour in 8 graphs of the impact of the Omicron variant on the epidemic and the hospital situation.

A variant that reinfects a lot…

As we know, the Omicron variant is spreading at an incredible speed in all populations, including among vaccinated people. The chart below shows how Omicron has held its own over Delta in recent weeks:

It is also known, through various analyzes in other countries, that a third dose of vaccine reduces the risk of infection, but the effectiveness is even lower than with the Delta variant.

The graph below, based on data posted online by the Drees (a department of the Ministry of Health), makes it possible to realize this. Each curve represents the number of positive PCR tests per 100,000 people depending on the variant, but also on the vaccination status.

The incredible breakthrough of Omicron is clear, even if those vaccinated and with a booster are less likely (proportionally) to be affected. We also note that the slope has been less steep since the beginning of January. At the same time, we realize that infections linked to the Delta variant are falling.

but Omicron causes less serious forms

The good news is that this explosion of cases, including among the vaccinated, does not turn into an explosion of serious forms requiring a passage in intensive care. This can be seen very well in the following graph, which compares the different waves of Covid-19 compared to the winter 2020 peak for each indicator.

If the fifth wave is without common measure concerning the cases, we see that the hospital wave has not yet exceeded that of winter 2020. Better, for resuscitation the curve drops.

And this, again, is due both to the Omicron variant and to the effectiveness of vaccines in protecting against serious forms. The graph below uses the data from the Drees, like the one for the PCR tests, except that it does not show the cases, but the number of admissions to critical care according to the variant and the vaccination status.

It must be understood that this photo at a given moment can evolve. If the cases continue to climb, it is obvious that the hospital indicators will also increase, but in different proportions.

The first thing we see is how much greater the risk is for an unvaccinated person infected with Delta than all the other categories (for the sake of readability, we have voluntarily removed certain categories, in particular vaccinated between 3 and 6 months, because they are located halfway between the different curves with and without reminder).

There has also been a recent increase in people infected with Omicron who have not been vaccinated or who have not received their booster. Conversely, the critical care admission rate for people with recall is extremely low, regardless of the variant.

A sham increase in hospitalizations

If we now look at hospital admissions in general, the pattern is different. Non-vaccinated people affected by Delta are still the most affected, but we see that Omicron is causing more and more hospitalizations, especially among people who have not been vaccinated or who have not yet had their booster.

The Scientific Council also notes this: “The impact [de la vague d’Omicron, NDLR] will be a little less marked on the occupancy of critical care beds, but will remain marked on conventional hospital beds”.

However, the curve of hospitalizations must be viewed with some caution. The number of cases of the Omicron variant is such that the virus is everywhere and can sometimes be detected in people hospitalized for a reason other than Covid-19. The Scientific Council estimated in the middle of last week that 9 to 14 million French people were infected by Omicron, an “exceptional level of infection over such a short period”.

And precisely, this can have an impact on hospitalizations in the sense that a significant part of the people hospitalized with a Covid diagnosis are not “for Covid-19”, but for another reason.

In its epidemiological update of Thursday January 20, Santé Publique France precisely details this distinction between “hospitalized for Covid” or for another cause. And what you’re seeing is that the number of people who are finding out to be positive in hospital is on the rise. Over the last week, we even see that hospitalizations for Covid are down, even if this data must be read with caution, because figures may not yet have been reported.

In detail, it is especially in the 20-39 age group that the number of hospitalizations with a positive PCR test, but for another reason, has exploded in recent weeks.

Finally, last point differentiating Omicron from Delta: the length of stay in hospital is reduced, especially in conventional hospitalization, as shown by this graph produced from data from the DREES.

See also on The HuffPost: After Omicron, what will be the future variants?

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SCIENCE – We have “avoided the worst”. This is how the Scientific Council analyzes the health situation, in its latest opinion of January 19. While recalling that the circulation of Covid-19 remains “very intense” due to the Omicron variant, which is very contagious and capable of reinfecting vaccinated or cured people, the researchers note that “the hospital system should hold up during the coming weeks”.

There are of course many “ifs”: the French must continue to be careful by reducing their risky contacts as has been the case since the beginning of the year. It is also necessary that the peak of cases expected in mid-January is not too delayed, in particular by the situation in schools.

If such a situation is possible when we have never recorded so many positive Covid-19 cases as in recent days, it is thanks to “a significantly lower severity of the Omicron variant and the protective effect of vaccines” .

Certainly, the variant is very contagious, including in vaccinated people. But the impact on the hospital has nothing to do with what we experienced in previous waves. To realize this, The HuffPost invites you to take a tour in 8 graphs of the impact of the Omicron variant on the epidemic and the hospital situation.

A variant that reinfects a lot…

As we know, the Omicron variant is spreading at an incredible speed in all populations, including among vaccinated people. The chart below shows how Omicron has held its own over Delta in recent weeks:

It is also known, through various analyzes in other countries, that a third dose of vaccine reduces the risk of infection, but the effectiveness is even lower than with the Delta variant.

The graph below, based on data posted online by the Drees (a department of the Ministry of Health), makes it possible to realize this. Each curve represents the number of positive PCR tests per 100,000 people depending on the variant, but also on the vaccination status.

The incredible breakthrough of Omicron is clear, even if those vaccinated and with a booster are less likely (proportionally) to be affected. We also note that the slope has been less steep since the beginning of January. At the same time, we realize that infections linked to the Delta variant are falling.

but Omicron causes less serious forms

The good news is that this explosion of cases, including among the vaccinated, does not turn into an explosion of serious forms requiring a passage in intensive care. This can be seen very well in the following graph, which compares the different waves of Covid-19 compared to the winter 2020 peak for each indicator.

If the fifth wave is without common measure concerning the cases, we see that the hospital wave has not yet exceeded that of winter 2020. Better, for resuscitation the curve drops.

And this, again, is due both to the Omicron variant and to the effectiveness of vaccines in protecting against serious forms. The graph below uses the data from the Drees, like the one for the PCR tests, except that it does not show the cases, but the number of admissions to critical care according to the variant and the vaccination status.

It must be understood that this photo at a given moment can evolve. If the cases continue to climb, it is obvious that the hospital indicators will also increase, but in different proportions.

The first thing we see is how much greater the risk is for an unvaccinated person infected with Delta than all the other categories (for the sake of readability, we have voluntarily removed certain categories, in particular vaccinated between 3 and 6 months, because they are located halfway between the different curves with and without reminder).

There has also been a recent increase in people infected with Omicron who have not been vaccinated or who have not received their booster. Conversely, the critical care admission rate for people with recall is extremely low, regardless of the variant.

A sham increase in hospitalizations

If we now look at hospital admissions in general, the pattern is different. Non-vaccinated people affected by Delta are still the most affected, but we see that Omicron is causing more and more hospitalizations, especially among people who have not been vaccinated or who have not yet had their booster.

The Scientific Council also notes this: “The impact [de la vague d’Omicron, NDLR] will be a little less marked on the occupancy of critical care beds, but will remain marked on conventional hospital beds”.

However, the curve of hospitalizations must be viewed with some caution. The number of cases of the Omicron variant is such that the virus is everywhere and can sometimes be detected in people hospitalized for a reason other than Covid-19. The Scientific Council estimated in the middle of last week that 9 to 14 million French people were infected by Omicron, an “exceptional level of infection over such a short period”.

And precisely, this can have an impact on hospitalizations in the sense that a significant part of the people hospitalized with a Covid diagnosis are not “for Covid-19”, but for another reason.

In its epidemiological update of Thursday January 20, Santé Publique France precisely details this distinction between “hospitalized for Covid” or for another cause. And what you’re seeing is that the number of people who are finding out to be positive in hospital is on the rise. Over the last week, we even see that hospitalizations for Covid are down, even if this data must be read with caution, because figures may not yet have been reported.

In detail, it is especially in the 20-39 age group that the number of hospitalizations with a positive PCR test, but for another reason, has exploded in recent weeks.

Finally, last point differentiating Omicron from Delta: the length of stay in hospital is reduced, especially in conventional hospitalization, as shown by this graph produced from data from the DREES.

See also on The HuffPost: After Omicron, what will be the future variants?

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Five days after the escape of a cannibal patient, another man interned at the Marchant psychiatric hospital in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne) fled the establishment on Monday for a few hours.

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A man, interned at the Marchant psychiatric hospital in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne), was arrested on Monday January 24, after escaping from the establishment in the morning, reports France Bleu Occitanie. He was arrested a few hours later by police officers from the anti-crime brigade (BAC), 2.5 kilometers from the hospital. The man had no casualties. Aged 48, he was declared criminally irresponsible after the murder of two people.

This escape comes five days after another man managed to escape from the same hospital. On Wednesday, a 34-year-old former soldier fled the psychiatric establishment, prompting the immediate mobilization of hospital caregivers and law enforcement. During his run, he attacked a Toulouse woman in the street while she was walking her dog. She had received several blows with a broomstick. The man, who suffers from a very acute form of schizophrenia, was arrested and again interned at the Marchant hospital. In November 2013, after five days of wandering, he killed a 90-year-old man in Nouilhan (Hautes-Pyrénées) with a stick, before eating his heart and tongue.

According to a former nurse at the Marchant hospital, the establishment is a large park surrounded by a fence, specifies France Bleu Occitanie. If a patient manages to get out of a closed pavilion and the alert is not given, he can easily end up in the street.

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Five days after the escape of a cannibal patient, another man interned at the Marchant psychiatric hospital in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne) fled the establishment on Monday for a few hours.

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A man, interned at the Marchant psychiatric hospital in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne), was arrested on Monday January 24, after escaping from the establishment in the morning, reports France Bleu Occitanie. He was arrested a few hours later by police officers from the anti-crime brigade (BAC), 2.5 kilometers from the hospital. The man had no casualties. Aged 48, he was declared criminally irresponsible after the murder of two people.

This escape comes five days after another man managed to escape from the same hospital. On Wednesday, a 34-year-old former soldier fled the psychiatric establishment, prompting the immediate mobilization of hospital caregivers and law enforcement. During his run, he attacked a Toulouse woman in the street while she was walking her dog. She had received several blows with a broomstick. The man, who suffers from a very acute form of schizophrenia, was arrested and again interned at the Marchant hospital. In November 2013, after five days of wandering, he killed a 90-year-old man in Nouilhan (Hautes-Pyrénées) with a stick, before eating his heart and tongue.

According to a former nurse at the Marchant hospital, the establishment is a large park surrounded by a fence, specifies France Bleu Occitanie. If a patient manages to get out of a closed pavilion and the alert is not given, he can easily end up in the street.

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The vaccination pass, which replaces the health pass, comes into force in France on Monday. But in Overseas, this is not yet the case everywhere.

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From Monday 24 January, a negative test is no longer enough: the vaccination pass becomes compulsory in France to go to a restaurant, to the theatre, to a stadium or even to travel by plane or on board a TGV for people of over 16 years old. The only exception: the overseas departments. Indeed, deputies, senators and members of the joint committee voted for an amendment allowing each overseas prefect to decide on the date of entry into force of the vaccination pass on its territory. When the circumstances justify it, the representative of the State may adapt the restrictive measures. Clearly, the implementation of the vaccination pass may be delayed there.

>> Follow the latest information on the coronavirus epidemic in our live

The prefects of Martinique, Guadeloupe and Guyana have already taken this decision to postpone the entry into force of the vaccine pass, to avoid any cutting effect and not to rekindle the social climate, in territories where the vaccinated are still a minority. Most of the overseas elected officials requested this exception, but the PS senator from Guadeloupe, Victorin Lurel, also sees a danger in it. “If because of our request, the circulation of the virus were to cause deaths by the hundreds, we will bear a heavy responsibility., believes the chosen one. I think the prefect will speed up anyway since every week there is a Covid-19 monitoring committee in each of the departments. If there should be an acceleration of these indicators, they will not hesitate to bring it into force sooner than expected.”

In Reunion, no postponement: the vaccine pass will come into force this Monday, as for France. Same thing in Mayotte. In the absence of a vaccination pass, the prefects of the Antilles and Guyana have decided to extend the curfew, telework and ban on gatherings, as in Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélémy. In all these departments, the state of health emergency is applicable until March 31, 2022.

In Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, where the application of the health pass aroused strong opposition, and where a deputy was attacked in front of his home by anti-passes, inhabitants of the archipelago require local adaptation.

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The vaccination pass, which replaces the health pass, comes into force in France on Monday. But in Overseas, this is not yet the case everywhere.

Article written by

Posted

Update

Reading time : 1 min.

From Monday 24 January, a negative test is no longer enough: the vaccination pass becomes compulsory in France to go to a restaurant, to the theatre, to a stadium or even to travel by plane or on board a TGV for people of over 16 years old. The only exception: the overseas departments. Indeed, deputies, senators and members of the joint committee voted for an amendment allowing each overseas prefect to decide on the date of entry into force of the vaccination pass on its territory. When the circumstances justify it, the representative of the State may adapt the restrictive measures. Clearly, the implementation of the vaccination pass may be delayed there.

>> Follow the latest information on the coronavirus epidemic in our live

The prefects of Martinique, Guadeloupe and Guyana have already taken this decision to postpone the entry into force of the vaccine pass, to avoid any cutting effect and not to rekindle the social climate, in territories where the vaccinated are still a minority. Most of the overseas elected officials requested this exception, but the PS senator from Guadeloupe, Victorin Lurel, also sees a danger in it. “If because of our request, the circulation of the virus were to cause deaths by the hundreds, we will bear a heavy responsibility., believes the chosen one. I think the prefect will speed up anyway since every week there is a Covid-19 monitoring committee in each of the departments. If there should be an acceleration of these indicators, they will not hesitate to bring it into force sooner than expected.”

In Reunion, no postponement: the vaccine pass will come into force this Monday, as for France. Same thing in Mayotte. In the absence of a vaccination pass, the prefects of the Antilles and Guyana have decided to extend the curfew, telework and ban on gatherings, as in Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélémy. In all these departments, the state of health emergency is applicable until March 31, 2022.

In Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, where the application of the health pass aroused strong opposition, and where a deputy was attacked in front of his home by anti-passes, inhabitants of the archipelago require local adaptation.

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After breaking an all-time high last November, the most popular cryptocurrency has been plummeting since January 2022. What’s happening to bitcoin?

Winter is harsh for bitcoin. The most valued crypto-currency has seen its price drop by almost 50% since its November 2021 record. €653, according to CoinMarket Cap. Last year, bitcoin was really democratized. Platforms such as PayPal or Lydia have added this cryptocurrency to their offer, companies such as Tesla and SpaceX have invested in it and El Salvador has even decided to recognize bitcoin as legal tender (alongside the dollar).

Crypto mining soon banned in Russia?

The news, however, has generated a lot of uncertainty in the cryptocurrency market. On January 21, the Russian central bank took the sector by surprise by advocating a ban on crypto-currency mining, as well as investments and payments in these digital assets. The proposal will only come into force if the Russian parliament approves it. But this legitimately worries bitcoin traders, as Russia is the 3rd crypto mining area.

However, bitcoin has proven its ability to hold up in this type of scenario: when China banned crypto mining on its soil last June, the decision had a far greater scope: the country was then home to between 65 and 75 % of bitcoin mining. However, the system worked as expected: the difficulty of the equations that miners have to solve has been lowered to compensate for the drastic drop in mining machines. And if bitcoin took a nosedive at the time, it quickly returned to its former level.

Bitcoin Has Lost 50% Of Its Value Since November: What's Happening?
Russia plans to ban crypto mining. // Source: Michael Parulava / Unsplash

The “cost of money” will increase

Russia is not the only unknown bitcoin enthusiasts have to deal with, however. The Central Bank of Canada is expected to announce this week (from January 24) an interest rate hike. Institutions such as these have the task of controlling inflation by keeping it at a balanced level. When inflation is low, central banks lower interest rates. Borrowing money then costs less, which promotes investment and less incentive to save. Conversely, when inflation is high, central banks may decide to raise interest rates. Borrowing money then starts to cost more. This shift then favors savings to the detriment of investment.

However, as we explained to you not long ago, the rise of crypto-currencies is strongly linked to the low interest rates since 2020. Central banks such as the FED in the United States or the ECB in Europe have in fact taken the decision to maintain them at a very reduced level in order to protect their economies, threatened by the health crisis.

Investors were therefore able to borrow money easily, and thus had more latitude to dare risky bets, such as volatile crypto-currencies. It was also in 2020 that bitcoin really took off: while it started the year around €6,400, it ended around €23,500.

Regulate crypto-currencies such as bitcoin

However, the policy of low interest rates is beginning to show its limits: inflation is rising in various countries, notably in the USA where it is reaching record highs (6.8%). Central banks will therefore correct this trend by raising interest rates very soon. The tightening of the screws of the FED, the American central bank, could begin as early as March. The United States has also planned to unveil new cryptocurrency regulatory measures in February.

We do not know, for the time being, what framework Washington will wish to pose to this sector. In any case, the US government has asked federal agencies to assess precisely what opportunities and what risks these new digital assets present. This framework is not necessarily going to hold back cryptos such as bitcoin. On the contrary, it could help to democratize them by giving them a more official and structured existence. But until these regulations are unveiled, this big unknown is generating uncertainty in the crypto market.

Note that this context does not only weigh on bitcoin, far from it. The price of Ether has also fallen significantly, as has that of Solana (respectively -50% and -67% since November 2021).

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After breaking an all-time high last November, the most popular cryptocurrency has been plummeting since January 2022. What’s happening to bitcoin?

Winter is harsh for bitcoin. The most valued crypto-currency has seen its price drop by almost 50% since its November 2021 record. €653, according to CoinMarket Cap. Last year, bitcoin was really democratized. Platforms such as PayPal or Lydia have added this cryptocurrency to their offer, companies such as Tesla and SpaceX have invested in it and El Salvador has even decided to recognize bitcoin as legal tender (alongside the dollar).

Crypto mining soon banned in Russia?

The news, however, has generated a lot of uncertainty in the cryptocurrency market. On January 21, the Russian central bank took the sector by surprise by advocating a ban on crypto-currency mining, as well as investments and payments in these digital assets. The proposal will only come into force if the Russian parliament approves it. But this legitimately worries bitcoin traders, as Russia is the 3rd crypto mining area.

However, bitcoin has proven its ability to hold up in this type of scenario: when China banned crypto mining on its soil last June, the decision had a far greater scope: the country was then home to between 65 and 75 % of bitcoin mining. However, the system worked as expected: the difficulty of the equations that miners have to solve has been lowered to compensate for the drastic drop in mining machines. And if bitcoin took a nosedive at the time, it quickly returned to its former level.

Bitcoin Has Lost 50% Of Its Value Since November: What's Happening?
Russia plans to ban crypto mining. // Source: Michael Parulava / Unsplash

The “cost of money” will increase

Russia is not the only unknown bitcoin enthusiasts have to deal with, however. The Central Bank of Canada is expected to announce this week (from January 24) an interest rate hike. Institutions such as these have the task of controlling inflation by keeping it at a balanced level. When inflation is low, central banks lower interest rates. Borrowing money then costs less, which promotes investment and less incentive to save. Conversely, when inflation is high, central banks may decide to raise interest rates. Borrowing money then starts to cost more. This shift then favors savings to the detriment of investment.

However, as we explained to you not long ago, the rise of crypto-currencies is strongly linked to the low interest rates since 2020. Central banks such as the FED in the United States or the ECB in Europe have in fact taken the decision to maintain them at a very reduced level in order to protect their economies, threatened by the health crisis.

Investors were therefore able to borrow money easily, and thus had more latitude to dare risky bets, such as volatile crypto-currencies. It was also in 2020 that bitcoin really took off: while it started the year around €6,400, it ended around €23,500.

Regulate crypto-currencies such as bitcoin

However, the policy of low interest rates is beginning to show its limits: inflation is rising in various countries, notably in the USA where it is reaching record highs (6.8%). Central banks will therefore correct this trend by raising interest rates very soon. The tightening of the screws of the FED, the American central bank, could begin as early as March. The United States has also planned to unveil new cryptocurrency regulatory measures in February.

We do not know, for the time being, what framework Washington will wish to pose to this sector. In any case, the US government has asked federal agencies to assess precisely what opportunities and what risks these new digital assets present. This framework is not necessarily going to hold back cryptos such as bitcoin. On the contrary, it could help to democratize them by giving them a more official and structured existence. But until these regulations are unveiled, this big unknown is generating uncertainty in the crypto market.

Note that this context does not only weigh on bitcoin, far from it. The price of Ether has also fallen significantly, as has that of Solana (respectively -50% and -67% since November 2021).

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TENNIS – Alizé Cornet finally holds it. The 32-year-old Frenchwoman, winner of ex-world number one Simona Halep this Monday, January 24 in the round of 16 at the Australian Open, will play, for the first time in her career, the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam .

As you can see in the excerpt below, the 32-year-old Niçoise, kneeling on the court after the match point, could not hold back her tears once the victory was won.

A strong emotional moment that she then decided to extend during the post-match interview. Questioned by the former Australian tennis star, Jelena Dokic, who had notably suffered from depression in the past, the current 61st in the world took the opportunity to send her a vibrant tribute.

“You were a great player, now you are a wonderful commentator”

“We can all congratulate the way you have evolved in your life. You were a great player and now you are a wonderful commentator”, she proclaimed, before taking the Australian in her arms to the applause of the public.

The Frenchwoman and the Australian had almost faced off in the quarter-finals in Melbourne in 2009, but the first city had bowed out against Russian Dinara Safina, after missing two match points. A painful memory that resurfaced this Monday when Simona Halep, in turn, saved two match points in the third set.

“I said to myself ‘oulala’, it’s dangerous to fall into this trap. But I surprised myself because I stayed very focused, I didn’t panic,” the French player told the press. And to add: “It’s an accomplishment because it’s a result I’ve been waiting for for a long time. The tears brought back, many, many things from the last 13 years”.

Mocked and even insulted during some underperformances, Alizé Cornet, who will face the American Danielle Collins in the quarterfinals this Wednesday, now sees things in a big way and even imagines “going to the end”. We wish him well.

See also on The HuffPost: These Australian journalists insult Djokovic thinking he is off the air

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TENNIS – Alizé Cornet finally holds it. The 32-year-old Frenchwoman, winner of ex-world number one Simona Halep this Monday, January 24 in the round of 16 at the Australian Open, will play, for the first time in her career, the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam .

As you can see in the excerpt below, the 32-year-old Niçoise, kneeling on the court after the match point, could not hold back her tears once the victory was won.

A strong emotional moment that she then decided to extend during the post-match interview. Questioned by the former Australian tennis star, Jelena Dokic, who had notably suffered from depression in the past, the current 61st in the world took the opportunity to send her a vibrant tribute.

“You were a great player, now you are a wonderful commentator”

“We can all congratulate the way you have evolved in your life. You were a great player and now you are a wonderful commentator”, she proclaimed, before taking the Australian in her arms to the applause of the public.

The Frenchwoman and the Australian had almost faced off in the quarter-finals in Melbourne in 2009, but the first city had bowed out against Russian Dinara Safina, after missing two match points. A painful memory that resurfaced this Monday when Simona Halep, in turn, saved two match points in the third set.

“I said to myself ‘oulala’, it’s dangerous to fall into this trap. But I surprised myself because I stayed very focused, I didn’t panic,” the French player told the press. And to add: “It’s an accomplishment because it’s a result I’ve been waiting for for a long time. The tears brought back, many, many things from the last 13 years”.

Mocked and even insulted during some underperformances, Alizé Cornet, who will face the American Danielle Collins in the quarterfinals this Wednesday, now sees things in a big way and even imagines “going to the end”. We wish him well.

See also on The HuffPost: These Australian journalists insult Djokovic thinking he is off the air

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The parliamentarian filed a complaint on Sunday after being assaulted in front of his office during a demonstration against the vaccination pass on Saturday.

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“I will not move my permanence”, launched on Monday January 24 on France Bleu Roussillon, the LREM deputy Romain Grau, two days after his attack in front of his office in Perpignan, on the sidelines of a demonstration against the health pass. The parliamentarian filed a complaint on Sunday.

“I will not lower the flag to these thugs.”

Romain Grau, LREM MP

at franceinfo

Even if “I was afraid for myself and for my collaborators, admits the chosen one. I was afraid it was the end.”

>> Aggression of elected officials by anti-passes: “If you don’t agree, kick us out with a ballot, not with aggression”, proclaims an LREM deputy

“These demonstrators broke down the door of my office to get me out, they wanted to dislodge me. I had no choice but to get out”, relates the deputy. There have been “hallucinating provocations of violence”, he added. “It strengthened my determination and if I backed down it would be proving these people right, because they are thugs”, hammered the elected representative of the Pyrénées-Orientales.

This is the second time in recent years that the Catalan deputy has been targeted in his office. Its premises had already been damaged during a demonstration of “yellow vests” in July 2019.

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The parliamentarian filed a complaint on Sunday after being assaulted in front of his office during a demonstration against the vaccination pass on Saturday.

Article written by

Posted

Reading time : 1 min.

“I will not move my permanence”, launched on Monday January 24 on France Bleu Roussillon, the LREM deputy Romain Grau, two days after his attack in front of his office in Perpignan, on the sidelines of a demonstration against the health pass. The parliamentarian filed a complaint on Sunday.

“I will not lower the flag to these thugs.”

Romain Grau, LREM MP

at franceinfo

Even if “I was afraid for myself and for my collaborators, admits the chosen one. I was afraid it was the end.”

>> Aggression of elected officials by anti-passes: “If you don’t agree, kick us out with a ballot, not with aggression”, proclaims an LREM deputy

“These demonstrators broke down the door of my office to get me out, they wanted to dislodge me. I had no choice but to get out”, relates the deputy. There have been “hallucinating provocations of violence”, he added. “It strengthened my determination and if I backed down it would be proving these people right, because they are thugs”, hammered the elected representative of the Pyrénées-Orientales.

This is the second time in recent years that the Catalan deputy has been targeted in his office. Its premises had already been damaged during a demonstration of “yellow vests” in July 2019.

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“We are appalled”, admits this Monday one of the relatives of Jean-Jacques Savin to 20 Minutes face to the approximations of the Portuguese authorities about the disappearance of the adventurer. The latter denied Sunday evening having discovered the body of the septuagenarian in his canoe after having affirmed the opposite 24 hours earlier to the family of the navigator from Arès in Gironde. There would therefore still be hope at this stage, even if it remains extremely slim.

Jean-Jacques Savin, 75, had left Sagres in southern Portugal on January 1 to try to row across the Atlantic after having already done so in a barrel in 2019. But very quickly, he was confused due to bad winds with an initial route extended by 900 kilometres. Last week, he was facing serious energy and communication problems according to his last exchanges with his relatives.

What do we know about the shipwreck?

The browser has not given any news since Friday at 0:34. He was then off Madeira and was on his way to the small island of Ponta Delgada, in the Azores archipelago, to repair his canoe. The Bold. According to his team, he had just triggered his two distress beacons and indicated that he was “in great difficulty”. Since then, his boat has been found, returned, as evidenced by a photo released by the Portuguese Navy, and a waterproof bag containing the navigator’s identification documents was discovered by a merchant ship.

This Monday, the Bordeaux prosecutor’s office decided to open “an investigation for worrying disappearance” after the announcement by the Portuguese navy of the end of the search to find the body of the Girondin. In Lisbon, a spokesperson for the latter specifies that “there are no longer any means engaged to search for the French citizen but a notice has been issued so that the ships in the area are attentive” to any clue allowing it to be found.

Why so much confusion around the discovery of the body?

The greatest vagueness reigns around the body of Jean-Jacques Savin. On Saturday, the Portuguese authorities in charge of the investigation told his relatives during a telephone conversation that he had been discovered inside the boat, explains Xavier Daney, the mayor of Arès. A version finally denied Sunday evening by the Portuguese navy to AFP: “The search ended yesterday at the end of the day (Saturday) without it being possible to find the victim”, she indicated. While specifying that during the rescue operation the rescuers had “strong reasons to believe that a body could be inside”.

Problem, the entourage of the browser has had no new official communication for its part since Saturday. “The family is completely lost. It’s terrible especially for his daughter. She was even preparing to leave there to repatriate her father’s body, ”laments the city councilor.

What do the navigator team and the French authorities say?

“There have been some confusions that we are currently trying to clear up. We don’t know any more. We are waiting for information, ”said his entourage at first. But the anger has been rising in recent hours.

In an attempt to get things moving, Xavier Daney contacted the Gironde prefecture early on Monday in order to obtain clarification as quickly as possible. This simply asserts 20 Minutes to keep abreast of the situation via his diplomatic adviser and the French embassy in Lisbon but without knowing much more. For example, we do not know if new searches are planned in the coming hours to find Jean-Jacques Savin.

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“We are appalled”, admits this Monday one of the relatives of Jean-Jacques Savin to 20 Minutes face to the approximations of the Portuguese authorities about the disappearance of the adventurer. The latter denied Sunday evening having discovered the body of the septuagenarian in his canoe after having affirmed the opposite 24 hours earlier to the family of the navigator from Arès in Gironde. There would therefore still be hope at this stage, even if it remains extremely slim.

Jean-Jacques Savin, 75, had left Sagres in southern Portugal on January 1 to try to row across the Atlantic after having already done so in a barrel in 2019. But very quickly, he was confused due to bad winds with an initial route extended by 900 kilometres. Last week, he was facing serious energy and communication problems according to his last exchanges with his relatives.

What do we know about the shipwreck?

The browser has not given any news since Friday at 0:34. He was then off Madeira and was on his way to the small island of Ponta Delgada, in the Azores archipelago, to repair his canoe. The Bold. According to his team, he had just triggered his two distress beacons and indicated that he was “in great difficulty”. Since then, his boat has been found, returned, as evidenced by a photo released by the Portuguese Navy, and a waterproof bag containing the navigator’s identification documents was discovered by a merchant ship.

This Monday, the Bordeaux prosecutor’s office decided to open “an investigation for worrying disappearance” after the announcement by the Portuguese navy of the end of the search to find the body of the Girondin. In Lisbon, a spokesperson for the latter specifies that “there are no longer any means engaged to search for the French citizen but a notice has been issued so that the ships in the area are attentive” to any clue allowing it to be found.

Why so much confusion around the discovery of the body?

The greatest vagueness reigns around the body of Jean-Jacques Savin. On Saturday, the Portuguese authorities in charge of the investigation told his relatives during a telephone conversation that he had been discovered inside the boat, explains Xavier Daney, the mayor of Arès. A version finally denied Sunday evening by the Portuguese navy to AFP: “The search ended yesterday at the end of the day (Saturday) without it being possible to find the victim”, she indicated. While specifying that during the rescue operation the rescuers had “strong reasons to believe that a body could be inside”.

Problem, the entourage of the browser has had no new official communication for its part since Saturday. “The family is completely lost. It’s terrible especially for his daughter. She was even preparing to leave there to repatriate her father’s body, ”laments the city councilor.

What do the navigator team and the French authorities say?

“There have been some confusions that we are currently trying to clear up. We don’t know any more. We are waiting for information, ”said his entourage at first. But the anger has been rising in recent hours.

In an attempt to get things moving, Xavier Daney contacted the Gironde prefecture early on Monday in order to obtain clarification as quickly as possible. This simply asserts 20 Minutes to keep abreast of the situation via his diplomatic adviser and the French embassy in Lisbon but without knowing much more. For example, we do not know if new searches are planned in the coming hours to find Jean-Jacques Savin.

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