Francuska - predsednički izbori

Share
avatar

Posts : 10314
Join date : 2015-11-22

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Gargantua on Fri Jul 20, 2018 7:45 am



avatar

Posts : 14514
Join date : 2014-12-01

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Filipenko on Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:14 pm

Loooooooool
avatar

Posts : 10314
Join date : 2015-11-22

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Gargantua on Fri Jul 20, 2018 2:32 pm

Izgleda da je otpušten i da će se družiti s policijom i tužilaštvom.
avatar

Posts : 10314
Join date : 2015-11-22

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Gargantua on Fri Jul 20, 2018 2:46 pm

Ups

avatar

Posts : 10314
Join date : 2015-11-22

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Gargantua on Fri Jul 20, 2018 4:57 pm

Macron accused of cover-up over violent security official

Alexandre Benalla, part of French president’s inner circle, faces charges of violence and impersonating police officer

Angelique Chrisafis in Paris
@achrisafis
Fri 20 Jul 2018 15.09 BST


Emmanuel Macron faces the biggest crisis of his presidency over the growing scandal of one of his closest security officials who was filmed being allowed by police to violently assault a young man and woman at the edge of a Paris demonstration while illegally dressed as an officer.

Alexandre Benalla, a member of Macron’s close circle, was taken into police custody on Friday morning, facing possible charges of violence by a public official, impersonating a police officer and the illegal use of police insignia. He also faces charges of complicity in illegally trying to obtain surveillance footage.

A second bodyguard, Vincent Crase, who worked for Macron’s centrist political party La République En Marche, as well as occasionally for the presidency, was also in police custody. A senior Élysée official who runs Macron’s presidential office was also being questioned by police.

The Élysée sacked Benalla on Friday morning, days after the mounting scandal erupted, but opposition politicians have accused the government of a cover-up.

The scandal hit when Le Monde published a video this week showing Benalla and Crase in a Paris square where riot police were firing teargas and confronting crowds on 1 May during labour day street gatherings.

Benalla – who is not a police officer – is seen wearing a police visor. He first grabs and drags a woman, then drags, hits and stamps on an unarmed young man who seems to be in pain. Crase is also seen illegally wearing a police armband dragging and threatening a man.

Crucially, the many riot police officers close by appear to let both men carry out the violence undisturbed.

When the Élysée finally sacked Benalla, a spokesperson explained that further details had come to light – Benalla, on the night that the Le Monde story broke, had allegedly colluded with several high-ranking police officers to steal state video surveillance footage of the incident. Three police officers, including two high-ranking officers, were suspended and the interior minister, Gérard Collomb, “strongly condemned” their actions.

Opposition politicians refused to resume normal parliamentary business and instead demanded the government answer questions on the spiralling state scandal. They demanded to know why one of Macron’s closest security officials was allowed to illegally pose as a police officer and beat up members of the public with impunity and why Macron’s office had not reported the incident as a crime to prosecutors but appeared to cover it up.

“The very core of the state has been tainted. Our work must stop immediately and the prime minister must come and explain this,” said Christian Jacob of the rightwing Les Républicains party in parliament.

It emerged that the Élysée and the interior minister were aware of Benalla’s violent actions on 2 May but they did not report it as a crime to police. Instead, Benalla was suspended for 15 days and, although the Élysée said he had been shifted to administrative tasks, he kept an office at the Élysée and was still engaged in security work this week, including being present on the team bus of the French World Cup-winning football squad at its Paris victory parade.

Le Monde also revealed that Benalla had been given a flat in special Élysée lodgings in an exclusive district of Paris less than 10 days ago – despite the violent incident.

Politicians on both the right and left accused the government of a cover-up, the socialists called for Collomb to resign, and the leftwing La France Insoumise party threatened to call for a vote of a motion of no-confidence.

The scandal is extremely damaging for the centrist Macron, who won the presidency with pledges to restore transparency and integrity to the nation’s highest office. Macron had promised an end to old-school corrupt politics and a new era of ethics in an “exemplary” Republic.

The president has refused to comment on the affair and the Élysée has been seen as slow to react, prompting the opposition to complain the president was protecting his close official.

The scandal comes with Macron’s popularity at a record low – defying analysts’ expectations of a post-World Cup bounce – with an approval rating of just 39% in a BVA poll carried out on Wednesday and Thursday.

Lawmakers have launched their own commission of inquiry, with opposition parties demanding that government officials immediately answer questions in parliament.

Macron’s office said earlier this week that Benalla had been given permission to “observe police operations” on 1 May when the incident took place.

France’s police watchdog opened its own inquiry into how the two men had been dressed as officers and allowed to act violently without being stopped.

Politicians on the left and the right suggested there had been a cover-up and questioned why the incident had not been referred to the police when it came to light in May.

The Socialist party leader, Olivier Faure, said Collomb’s position was on the line. “Why did the police surrounding Benalla on that day not intervene? What was Benalla’s power? ... Why was Benalla protected?”
avatar

Posts : 3661
Join date : 2014-10-28
Age : 39

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Mr.Pink on Fri Jul 20, 2018 5:18 pm

ova poslednja francuska republika propala nacisto od miterana

sve su gori i gori pajaci

hehe. od miterana samo kog?


Spoiler:




ili onog sto poziva komuniste u vladu. dunno.


_____
СВЕ СУДИЈЕ ХАШКОГА СУДА 
МОГУ ДА НАМ ЛИЖУ МУДА!

srce ruka lopata
avatar

Posts : 16638
Join date : 2012-02-12
Location : што даље од времена

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by паће on Fri Jul 20, 2018 5:35 pm

Macron had promised an end to old-school corrupt politics and a new era of ethics in an “exemplary” Republic.

Чегбре, Французи поверовали банкстеру да ће "сад све поштено"? Боље да су гласале само собарице.


_____
то ја бришем, некад милице некад не
"multiple websites" - c'mon, where would you find them? For starters, find ONE multiple website. Oh, you meant "more than one"? Well, that's called "many".
avatar

Posts : 10314
Join date : 2015-11-22

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Gargantua on Wed Jul 25, 2018 10:48 am

Taking a page from Donald Trump’s playbook, French President Emmanuel Macron has accused the media of not pursuing the “truth,” as outrage grows over his handling of the Benalla affair.

We have a press that no longer seeks truth,” he told a news conference on Tuesday in which he also assumed responsibility for the scandal.

Macron and his government have come under fire after French daily Le Monde released footage of Alexandre Benalla — a former security aide who gained a position within the executive Cabinet — borrowing riot police gear and assaulting two protesters at a May Day protest.

[The media] says look! Looped images of a scene — which is inadmissible and which I condemn… We never see images from before or after… What is the context?he told the audience. “Are [the images] shown with a desire to seek the truth, to present facts in a balanced manner? No,” he said. “I see media powers who want to become judicial powers.”
...

https://www.politico.eu/article/benalla-affair-macron-bodyguard/
avatar

Posts : 1563
Join date : 2018-03-03
Age : 30
Location : Hotline Vidikovac

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Летећи Полип on Tue Aug 07, 2018 12:53 am




Ne znam da li sam kačio ranije. Jovo drži zanimljivo predavanje o Nacionalnom Frontu i povezanim desničarskim krugovima.


_____
Kasno je mrtvom magarcu karu drkati...
avatar

Posts : 6538
Join date : 2016-06-25

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Zuper on Fri Aug 10, 2018 2:57 pm

France, YouGov poll: President Macron Approval Rating Approve: 27% (-5) Disapprove: 62% (+3) Field work: 25/07/18 – 26/07/18 Sample size: 1,017
avatar

Posts : 6538
Join date : 2016-06-25

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Zuper on Wed Sep 12, 2018 12:38 pm

Macron Approval Rating Down 7 Pts to 25%: Ipsos Poll
avatar

Posts : 10314
Join date : 2015-11-22

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Gargantua on Sun Sep 23, 2018 6:14 pm

Jel bilo ovo?


Marine Le Pen ordered to undergo psychiatric testing
20 September 2018


A French court has ordered far-right leader Marine Le Pen to undergo psychiatric tests as part of an inquiry into her sharing images of Islamic State group atrocities.


Ms Le Pen tweeted pictures of the court order, calling the move "crazy".

She posted the images back in 2015, including one showing the decapitated body of IS victim James Foley.


She has been stripped of her immunity as a parliamentarian and she could still face a fine or even jail.

As leader of what was then the National Front, Ms Le Pen was comfortably beaten by Emmanuel Macron in the second round of presidential elections last year.

Since then she has been attempting to rebuild, and the party has been rebranded as National Rally in part to try to distance it from the taint of racism.

According to the document posted by Ms Le Pen, the judge wants the tests to determine if she suffers mental illness or is "capable of understanding remarks and answering questions".

"It's crazy," Ms Le Pen tweeted. "This regime is really starting to be frightening."

She later told reporters she had no intention of submitting to the assessment. Prosecutors told Le Parisien newspaper the request was standard procedure.

Ms Le Pen sparked an outcry when she posted the images, which she shared in response to a journalist who drew a comparison between IS and her party

The other images showed a tank running over a man in an orange jumpsuit, while another jumpsuit-clad man was shown in a cage being burned alive.

The case against her stems from French laws against circulating "violent messages that incite terrorism or pornography or seriously harm human dignity" and that can be viewed by a minor.
avatar

Posts : 6948
Join date : 2012-02-10

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Quincy Endicott on Fri Sep 28, 2018 11:57 am



_____
Veteran of two wars.
Father of nine children.
Drowned in the Caspian Sea.
avatar

Posts : 11916
Join date : 2015-03-20

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Kondo on Fri Sep 28, 2018 12:07 pm

koji je ovo ukupan procenat, 120%?


_____
Дакле, волео бих да се ЈСД Партизан угаси, али не и да сви (или било који) гробар умре.
avatar

Posts : 6529
Join date : 2012-02-11

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Ointagru Unartan on Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:05 pm

Kondo wrote:koji je ovo ukupan procenat, 120%?

Nije pitanje "kojeg kandidata od ponudjenih podrzavate", nego nesto u stilu, "za svakog od navedenih kandidata, recite da li podrzavate njegovo delovanje ili ne".


_____
"Ne morate krenuti odavde da biste dosli tamo. Moguce je krenuti odavde i vratiti se ponovo tu, ali preko onoga tamo."
Aca Seltik, Sabrana razmisljanja o topologiji, tom cetvrti.

My Moon Che Gavara.
avatar

Posts : 6948
Join date : 2012-02-10

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Quincy Endicott on Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:48 pm

Istrazivanje je o reputaciji. Meni je zanimljiv Dupont-Aignan, koji je kao finija verzija FN i to sto je predsednik LR tek na 9. mestu.


_____
Veteran of two wars.
Father of nine children.
Drowned in the Caspian Sea.
avatar

Posts : 6529
Join date : 2012-02-11

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Ointagru Unartan on Mon Oct 01, 2018 2:30 pm

Makron je prvo pravio gafove pokazujuci javno prezir prema siromasnima i nezaposlenima, valjda su mu rekli da mu je to lose za rejting, pa je otisao u drugu krajnost.



_____
"Ne morate krenuti odavde da biste dosli tamo. Moguce je krenuti odavde i vratiti se ponovo tu, ali preko onoga tamo."
Aca Seltik, Sabrana razmisljanja o topologiji, tom cetvrti.

My Moon Che Gavara.
avatar

Posts : 12943
Join date : 2012-02-10
Age : 166

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by ficfiric on Mon Oct 01, 2018 2:36 pm




To me podseca na Tadija



_____

Uprava napolje!
avatar

Posts : 6538
Join date : 2016-06-25

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Zuper on Mon Oct 01, 2018 2:39 pm

To ce vise da poveca spekulacije na njegovu navodnu ljubav prema mladim muskim telesima.
avatar

Posts : 16638
Join date : 2012-02-12
Location : што даље од времена

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by паће on Mon Oct 01, 2018 2:44 pm

Zuper wrote:To ce vise da poveca spekulacije na njegovu navodnu ljubav prema mladim muskim telesima.

Коју је закачио од жене?


_____
то ја бришем, некад милице некад не
"multiple websites" - c'mon, where would you find them? For starters, find ONE multiple website. Oh, you meant "more than one"? Well, that's called "many".
avatar

Posts : 10314
Join date : 2015-11-22

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Gargantua on Sat Oct 06, 2018 7:21 pm

The French would be better off if they followed Charles de Gaulle’s example and complained less, President Emmanuel Macron told a woman who said she was worried about cuts to her pension on Thursday.

Macron said he’d learnt from de Gaulle’s grandson that the famed general lived by the principle: “You may speak very freely but the one thing you have no right to do is complain.”

“I think the general had a good rule of thumb, there,” Macron told the pensioner, according to local media. “The country would be in a different place if it was like that. We don’t realize how immensely lucky we are.”


The president, who has been dubbed a “president of the rich” by opponents, made the comments during a ceremony marking the 60th anniversary of the French constitution in de Gaulle’s home village of Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises, in northeastern France.

Jupiter!
avatar

Posts : 16638
Join date : 2012-02-12
Location : што даље од времена

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by паће on Sat Oct 06, 2018 8:57 pm

Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises - шта му је то, голубарник са две цркве?


_____
то ја бришем, некад милице некад не
"multiple websites" - c'mon, where would you find them? For starters, find ONE multiple website. Oh, you meant "more than one"? Well, that's called "many".
avatar

Posts : 6538
Join date : 2016-06-25

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Zuper on Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:32 pm

Sto bi rekla Marija Antoaneta: ako nemaju za 'leba neka jedu kolace.

Mada se prica da je ovo izvuceno iz konteksta.
avatar

Posts : 14514
Join date : 2014-12-01

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Filipenko on Sat Oct 06, 2018 11:20 pm

Zuper wrote:Sto bi rekla Marija Antoaneta: ako nemaju za 'leba neka jedu kolace.

Mada se prica da je ovo izvuceno iz konteksta.




Tehnički posmatrano, jeste, jer su pekari tada bili obavezni da ako nema hleba prodaju druge artikle iz radnje po ceni hleba, pa si tako mogao da kupiš kolač. Samo je jedna kvaka falila - ako nema ni za brašno za hleb, koliko je onda bilo za kolače, i koliko je to moglo da traje? 


To je mera koja je donošena sa ciljem da se premosti dan-dva nedostatka brašna/hleba, ne da nadomesti hroničnu glad. Uzgred, francuska flota je bila poražena od britanske i Karibi su komplet prešli pod Britaniju, pa je stao uvoz šećera za kolače...
avatar

Posts : 10314
Join date : 2015-11-22

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Gargantua on Wed Oct 17, 2018 8:27 pm

© Screen grab | Firebrand leftist leader Jean-Luc Mélenchon denounced a police operation as politically motivated. 

Latest update : 2018-10-17

Anti-corruption investigators on Tuesday raided the home and party headquarters of French far-left leader Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who broadcast the raids live from his mobile phone.

The raids, part of a long-running investigation into the alleged misuse of European Parliament funds to pay party employees, took place at the offices of La France Insoumise (France Unbowed) in central Paris and Mélenchon's private residence.
Shouting “Resistance!”, hundreds of supporters gathered outside the party's headquarters to protest against the police action.
Police blocked Mélenchon from entering the premises as the far-left firebrand threatened to break down the door if he was not allowed in.
"Who gave you these orders?" he demanded a police officer blocking the entrance. "I am a parliamentarian!"
Amid the scuffle Mélenchon yelled, "I am the Republic."

Re: Francuska - predsednički izbori

Post by Sponsored content

    Similar topics

    -

    Current date/time is Thu Dec 13, 2018 10:57 pm