New day of mobilization against the labor law, the controversy surrounding one of “Charlie Hebdo” and Salah Abdeslam works … news of the day. The new day on Thursday against the labor law brought together pupils, students, unions and employees in all major cities of France. Full live on i> Télé, the secretary general of the CGT, Philippe Martinez, was jostled by the crowd. Myriam El Khomri was she, interviewed by Jean-Jacques Bourdin on RMC. She attempted to demonstrate greater flexibility for employees had many advantages. Notably that of creating jobs. But it will be hard to convince the protester advocating a new “May 68”.
In its edition of midday, Arte Journal devoted a feature on the drivers of VTC. They would, for the most original cities or districts with the unemployment rate exceeding 25%. In the news again, one of Charlie Hebdo. The designers of the newspaper represented the Belgian singer Stromae and his song “Papaoutai” to illustrate the deadly attacks of Brussels. Faced with this challenge, the Belgians, deeply shocked, expressed outrage. A designer flat country has responded by drawing, replacing Stromae by the character of Charlie cartoon, wearing the famous question: “Where’s Wally? “.
Finally, in the late morning Thursday, one of the lawyers of Salah Abdeslam said his client wanted to be transferred to France. He also announced that his client wanted to “work with the French justice.”
Donald Trump is again talking about him. Interviewed on US television, he held violent about abortion, stating that a woman who aborted had to be punished. Given the scale of the reactions he finally returned to his remarks in a statement, saying this time it is the practitioners who should be accountable. Also in the United States, singer Bruce Springsteen invited his mother 90 years on stage to dance with him.