Sunday, July 3, 2016

Dead Rocard, Wiesel Cimino … most of the news of the weekend – Liberation

Rocard. Former Prime Minister Michel Rocard, a champion of socialism and demanding moral, died Saturday at age 85, without ever having been able to submit their ideas to the presidency. A national tribute chaired by François Hollande him will be made at noon Thursday at the Hotel des Invalides in Paris.

• It has marked the history of the left and left to France valuable reforms.

• When he was MEP, who admitted not having “easy computer practice” fought successfully against a directive that threatened free software .

• particular it will be remembered for his art of small phrases, “archaism” policy to support Brexit, through “any the misery of the world “ that France can not welcome.

• the now double-presidential candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon, remained faithful to the foolproof” Old “Mitterrand when he his card to the PS (until 2008) and allergic to anything related directly or indirectly to the “second left” was a support Michel Rocard.

Wiesel. the American Jewish writer Elie Wiesel, a survivor of the Nazi camps and Nobel peace Prize, died Saturday at age 87 after a life to perpetuate the memory of the Holocaust. For the writer Bernard-Henri Levy, the size of Elie Wiesel was to be remained to the end, and in all circumstances, one of these little Jews he thought they were the crown of the humanity.

Cimino. the American director Michal Cimino, Oscar winner for the Deer Hunter , died at age 77.

Bonnefoy. the most famous contemporary French poets Yves Bonnefoy has died at the age of 93.

PS. Before the “risk of violence” , the first secretary of the Socialist Party, Jean-Christophe Cambadélis, decided to suspend the summer school of the PS, scheduled for late August in Nantes.

Euro. Germany qualified against Italy on Saturday after a boring match (1-1) but a penalty shoot-profit twists. An exercise in which Zaza shone ridiculous.

Tour de France. The Slovak Peter Sagan won the sprint the 2 th Step Saturday between Saint-Lô and Cherbourg, and took the yellow jersey from the shoulders Briton Mark Cavendish.

Iraq. an Iraqi suicide bomber from the Islamic State committed a suicide car bomb in Baghdad, killing at least 119 dead in the night from Saturday to Sunday.

Republicans. closing of the National Council of the party Republicans, Nicolas Sarkozy celebrated his balance sheet and lashed out at those who deserted the debates he chaired, betraying “the family” policy.

Turkey. while the Syrian army shelled Saturday Jairoud town near Damascus, and tries again to encircle Aleppo, Turkish President Erdogan announced his government was working on a naturalization project Syrian refugees.

Pakistan. Flooding caused by torrential monsoon rains killed at least 43 deaths, mostly in a village near the border with Afghanistan.

TV. Zapping , that’s it, at least on Canal +. Last mythical issuing the pay channel aired Saturday.

Tennis. The world No. 1 Novak Djokovic fell Saturday in the third round of Wimbledon against American Sam Querrey (41 th ) in four sets (7-6 (8/6), 6 -1, 3-6, 7-6 (7/5)).

Brexit. thousands of Britons demonstrated Saturday their desire to remain in the European Union, denouncing the political class and the media, on background of xenophobic attacks



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