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The 99%: pleading on behalf of the ’us’ in politics
In his new book, Pierre Laurent pleads for the 99%, the vast majority of people. The leader of the PCF gives them the powers to rebuild their confidence in their ability to (...)
You’ve got it, Mr Gattaz
Proposals are being discussed right now. In the town squares of the Republic of France, we are seeing a whole nation flocking together. Their existence has been marginalised (...)
Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Former Presidential Candidate For the Front de gauche, Launches His Candidacy For 2017
In this interview with l’Humanité, Éric Coquerel, his first supporter, explains it is high time to launch this initiative, seeing that other competitors across the political (...)
Confidence in the news media still at half-mast, according to the TNS Sofres-la Croix barometer
It is a continuing paradox. The annual TNS Sofres-La Croix barometer of confidence in the news media shows that the people of France still have doubts about the independence (...)
State of Emergency: The Real Emergency Is To End It
More than 70 demonstrations were held last Saturday (30 January) organized by more than a hundred associations, to demand the end of the state of emergency , as being a (régime (...)

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