ACTU From Lesbos to Villepinte, what you should not miss in the news of this weekend
An anti-Covid vaccination center in Great Britain, under threat of the omicron variant – Alberto Pezzali/AP/SIPA
Smartphone in airplane mode or mental mode in relaxation mode, you have disconnected. of news for the last 48 hours. To catch up on past info, here is our essential summary d & rsquo; actualit & eacute ;.
1- Val & eacute; rie P & eacute; cresse, candidate LR & agrave; the presidential
A woman & agrave; law. On Saturday, with 60.95% of the vote, Val & eacute; rie P & eacute; cresse, the president of the Ile-de-France region, was nominated LR candidate the presidential election of 2022. It was ahead of it; his second-round opponent, Eric Ciotti.
For the first time, the 150,000 LR activists have chosen a woman as their candidate. the Presidential. & ldquo; & nbsp; I think & agrave; all the women of France today and I say thank you to the members of this daring & nbsp; & raquo; launched Val & eacute; rie P & eacute; cresse. The candidate must now face the challenge of unity, while Eric Ciotti, from Sunday, already reproached her; not to send & ldquo; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & rdquo; by refusing to take up some of his proposals.
2- In Lesbos, Pope Francis declares & ldquo; & nbsp; & nbsp; a shipwreck of civilization & nbsp; & raquo;
& ldquo; & ldquo; Stop this sinking of civilization & nbsp; & nbsp; & rdquo ;. This Sunday, December 5, Pope Fran & ccedil; ois & nbsp; launched a call & agrave; solidarity, in the Greek migrant camp of Lesbos. The Sovereign Pontiff pleaded for better integration of migrants in Europe. In a vibrant speech he said that the Mediterranean & ldquo; & ldquo; is becoming a cold cemetery without tombstones & rdquo; & rdquo; & rdquo; & rdquo; The cause of the refugees remains this time again the cornerstone of the Pope's 35th trip. & Nbsp; Jorge Bergoglio, himself from a family of Italian migrants settled in Argentina, does not stop to welcome the thousands of & ldquo; & nbsp; brothers and sisters & nbsp; & rsquo ;.
3- The Omicron variant identified & eacute; in 38 countries, the IMF worried about growth
An ever-growing number of countries were reporting cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant on Friday, which even though the WHO says it does not have it. This hour not aware of fatal cases, worried to the point that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) plans to revise its forecasts for global growth.
< p>WHO considers & rsquo; probable & rsquo; & rsquo; that the variant is spreading globally, as much as, according to a South African study, the risk of catching Covid-19 again is three times greater with Omicron than with the variants Beta and Delta. Nonetheless, some experts even believe that the signals are & ldquo; & nbsp; encouraging & raquo; on its danger. The laboratories also expressed confidence in their capacity. & agrave; adapt the vaccines.
4- First meeting under pressure for Eric Zemmour
Eric Zemmour, officially candidate & agrave; the Presidential, held its first meeting on Sunday & agrave; Villepinte. He announced the name of his party: & nbsp; & ldquo; & nbsp; Reconquer & nbsp;! & nbsp; & raquo ;. A demonstration against the candidate took place & agrave; Barb & egrave; s & nbsp; while other hostile militants joined Villepinte. The meeting was also & eacute; mesh & eacute; many incidents. A team of journalists from the Quotidien mission was brought to life. briefly taken & agrave; part and exfiltrated by the security team. SOS Racism activists wearing No to Racism t-shirts have been & eacute; summer & eacute; attacked and injured by several people in the room. The association announces that it will file a complaint. & Nbsp;
5- PSG wins a draw against & agrave; Lens in Ligue 1
On the wire. & Nbsp; PSG did well on Saturday night & agrave; Lens by avoiding the defeat & agrave; the last second. He was successful bring back a miraculous draw (1-1) by equalizing in added time. Saved in extremis, once again, in a season o & ugrave; PSG rarely crushes their opponent but always ends up getting out of it. Something to worry about for the future.