The new newspaper tends to kick out literature," said Émile Zola. We will be happy to contradict him today by welcoming in our pages an exchange between Giuliano da Empoli and Bruno Le Maire. The author of The Mage of the Kremlin and the Minister of Economy, who is publishing a new novel, discuss the links between literature and power. An interview that can only be recommended to read.
While his colleague from Bercy talks about books and prose, it is to Les Républicains that the attention of the Minister of the Interior is still turned. Gérald Darmanin has promised right-wing lawmakers to work with them on immigration, but there is no guarantee that the rest of the presidential majority will follow.
We will then talk about Iran, where young people do not hide their frustration with the violence of the regime, and Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux, who confides in Le Figaro.
Happy reading, and have a good day!
Immigration: the untraceable agreement between Macron and LR
The Republicans urge Emmanuel Macron to be "lucid" and "honest" on the need for a change of framework to limit migratory flows. SARAH MEYSSONNIER / REUTERS
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