Socialist Party Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Apple's privacy policy could earn it massive fines in FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2016 | Cult of Mac Blog

    Although most of the attention on Apple's privacy standoff with the government has so far focused on the United States, the U.S. isn't the only place where Apple's fighting with the authorities over iPhone encryption. In France, politician Yann Galut, a member of the country's Socialist Party, has submitted an amendment to a bill designed to strengthen the French government's fight against terror - by arguing that Apple should pay a 1 million per smartphone if it does not "promptly" agree to unlock devices when asked to by law enforcement.

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  2. This Is What France Can Learn From Super TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2016 | Switched

    ... and neglected. Anger towards traditional political parties is growing, and so is lack of trust . The Socialist Party is torn, the UMP party has been rebranded as the Republicans by its president, Nicolas Sarkozy. Alain JuppA , back from hell, ...

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  3. Letter From Paris: To Primary or not to Primary, That is the Question for the FrenchRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2016 | LocalOnlineNews.tv

    It is an interesting time when the US has started the Primary process and the French Socialists are debating whether to hold Primaries before the 2017 presidential elections. The French public is following with great interest the twists and turns of the American campaign and was fascinated with the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries.

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  4. Letter From Paris: French Right Considers Introducing PrimariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2016 | LocalOnlineNews.tv

    It is an interesting time when the US has started the Primary process and the French Socialists are debating whether to hold Primaries before the 2017 presidential elections. The French public is following with great interest the twists and turns of the American campaign and was fascinated with the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries.

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  5. France's Feast of Political UndesirablesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2016 | Real Clear Politics

    With one year to go before the 2017 election, France's socialist president, Francois Hollande, is fighting for his political life. After boldly stating in the past that he would not stand for re-election should unemployment remain high, he must now also worry about a challenge from within his own party.

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  6. A New Heaven and a New EarthRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2016 | The American Scholar

    ... alarmed by the German stamps in the Orrs' joint passport. A letter attesting to Charles's membership in the Socialist Party of Kentucky was no help. They were hustled into a car and driven away for questioning. "Most of the young comrades of the ...

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  7. Sport24.co.za | Shock at Tour de France Chilean wine dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2016 | News24

    ... Carcassonne and Montpellier if the partnership goes ahead. "How did it come to this surprising end," asked Socialist Party senator Roland Courteau in a letter to Tour director Christian Prudhomme. The 206 Tour de France is the 103rd such event and ...

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  8. Bloomberg View: Hollande bravely takes on Francea s 35-hour work weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2016 | Watertown Daily Times

    ... really existed in practice for some time now. The law on working hours remains important to Hollande's own Socialist Party and the French left, but over the years France's various governments have weakened it. Factories are allowed to extend work ...

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  9. Provincial teacher wage talks stallRead the original story

    Feb 23, 2016 | Buenos Aires Herald

    With only six days to go before the school-year is set to begin, President Mauricio Macri's administration seems determined to keep teacher wage talks in the hands of the provinces, although so far agreements have been scant. "The real salary negotiations take place in the provinces," Cabinet Chief Marcos Pea said yesterday, three days after Education Minister Esteban Bullrich abruptly changed tack with the national teachers' unions, suspending the confirmation of the offer that it had made last Tuesday and making it conditional upon the sealing wage agreements in the provinces.

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  10. Darrell Delamaide's Political Capital: Europe's continental vote will have local effectsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2014 | MarketWatch

    ... Front's popularity is overshadowing an ineffective President FranA ois Hollande and pushing both his Socialist Party and the UMP to the right as well, especially on the question of immigration. If Le Pen continues to gain traction in France with her ...

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  11. Niger: President Issoufou 'Absolutely' Confident of VictoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2016 | AllAfrica.com

    The atmosphere was tense but peaceful in Niger on Sunday as the presidential polls closed in the landlocked African country. Security was tight at the over 25,000 voting stations scattered across the country of some 7.5 million inhabitants as incumbent President Mahamadou Issoufou, who is seeking a second five-year term, promised to deliver a "knockout" blow to his opponents.

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  12. Hollande could face Socialist primary challenger - party headRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2016 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Francois Hollande could face a challenger from his Socialist Party camp in a primary ahead of next year's election, the party head said on Sunday, as a new poll showed the French president falling further in public opinion. France's President Francois Hollande arrives for a European Union leaders summit addressing the talks about the so-called Brexit and the migrants crisis in Brussels, Belgium, February 19, 2016.

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  13. French Muslims Say Emergency Powers Come At Too High A CostRead the original story

    Feb 19, 2016 | Groong

    FRENCH MUSLIMS SAY EMERGENCY POWERS COME AT TOO HIGH A COST The New York Times February 18, 2016 Thursday By ALISSA J. RUBIN; Lilia Blaise contributed reporting. PARIS -- Depending on who is telling the story, Daoud Muradyan, a blind 21-year-old, is either a potential terrorist or a harmless immigrant who embodies everything that is wrong with France's broad new antiterrorism powers.

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  14. Ruling Socialist party under fire after unveiling French labor reformRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2016 | Daily Times

    PARIS: Critics from the right and even the ruling Socialist Party have condemned the proposals of French President Francois Hollande's cabinet to reform the labor code. During a government meeting scheduled for March 9, Labor Minister Myriam El Khomri will present a draft bill to renegotiate working hours, holidays and overtime pay while maintaining the French 35-hour working week.

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  15. France's emergency powers spur charges of overreach from MuslimsRead the original story

    Feb 18, 2016 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    PARIS>> Depending on who is telling the story, Daoud Muradyan, a blind 21-year-old, is either a potential terrorist or a harmless immigrant who embodies everything that is wrong with France's broad new antiterrorism powers. Muradyan came under suspicion after having contact with a radical imam, French authorities say.

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  16. Blind 21-year-old Muslim subjected to house arrest in FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2016 | The Age

    Paris: Depending on who is telling the story, Daoud Muradyan, a blind 21-year-old, is either a potential terrorist or a harmless immigrant who embodies everything that is wrong with France's broad new anti-terrorism powers. Muradyan came under suspicion after having contact with a radical imam, French authorities say.

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  17. Europe's Political Center Is Caving inRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2016 | Real Clear Politics

    The Cinque Stelle is not discernibly Left or Right but just anti: antiestablishment, antiausterity, anti-European. It could be called antipolitical, and almost anti-Italian.

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  18. Europe's Left: Triumph or Trap?Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2016 | Counterpunch

    Over the past year, left and center-left parties have taken control of two European countries and hold the balance of power in a third. Elections in Greece, Portugal and Spain saw rightwing parties take a beating and tens of millions of voters reject the economic austerity policies of the European Union .

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  19. Socialism, it could happen here and probably willRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 14, 2016 | Power Line

    ... was a less radical response to the Great Depression than what Norman Thomas and his fellow members of the Socialist Party were calling for (and what many European countries adopted). The redistributionist impulse was satisfied without the true ...

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  20. Can the New Left Govern Europe?Read the original story

    Feb 14, 2016 | Common Dreams

    Over the past year, left and center-left parties have taken control of two European countries and hold the balance of power in a third. Elections in Greece, Portugal, and Spain saw right-wing parties take a beating and tens of millions of voters reject the economic austerity policies of the European Union.

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