Angela Merkel & French President

Angela Dorothea Merkel; née Kasner (born 17 July 1954) is the Chancellor of Germany and Chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU). The President of the French Republic colloquially referred to in English as the President of France, is France's elected Head of State. 5.0/5

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European unity should be built on monetary-economic union, competitive edge of national economies and European defensive capabilities, said Donald Tusk after talks with the premiers of three Visegrad Group states, the German Chancellor and the French President in Warsaw on Wednesday. "This meeting s...
On Tuesday 25th of May at 10:00am local time, Mr. Francois Hollande was sworn into office as the new French President. He delivered his ‘message of confidence’ during the inaugural ceremony which ended before mid-day. After some few rain-drenched inaugural events, Mr. Hollande was off to Germany by 3:00pm to discuss the Eurozone crises with Mrs. Angela Merkel (the German Chancellor). Mr. Hollande’s Germany bound trip was nearly halted by a thunder lightening that struck the Falcon 7X aircraft he was traveling with but he wouldn’t give up. He went back to an air base, we are told, and the aircraft was changed, and he continued his journey. That same afternoon the new President appointed his Prime Minister and other government appointments were announced the following day. And so they hit the ground running right from day one because they knew that there were a lot challenges facing France i.e. "huge debt, weak growth, reduced competitiveness, and a Europe that is struggling to emerge from a crisis" ...
Maybe the UEFA Champions League is bigger than the World cup afterall... Direct Rivals, David Cameron, the British Prime Minister and a Chelsea supporter (Of course what do you expect?) and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel who supported the German team, Bayern Munich. Also present was the President of America, Barack Obama, Italy's Mario Monti, new French President, Francois Hollande, President of EU, Canada's Stephen Harper and also, leaders of Japan and Russia The world's most powerful leaders are put through the full gamut of emotions as they watched Chelsea's thrilling win over German rivals Bayern Munich in the Champions League final. During a nail-biting penalty shoot-out, David Cameron throws his arms aloft in celebration as Didier Drogba slots home the winning goal. Meanwhile, German Chancellor Angela Merkel can only look on glumly as they caught the action during the G8 summit in the United States. It was sweet revenge for two years ago when Mr Cameron had to endure a humiliating 4-1 thrashing ...
To Angela Merkel: Do not let the new French President and the others talk you into increasing the debt of your country to pay for the debt of other countries. The people of your country have the one of the highest savings rates in the world (in my country many will spend their last dollar on a bag of potato chips). Your people don't deserve this, "stand your ground" and say "NO".
Just saw that Obama made friends with the French President , Ahhh , how sweet , Spend , Spend , Spend is their answer , while the German Chancellor Angela Merkel is left hanging with a message of common sense cut backs ,
Francois Hollande has been sworn in as French President. He now travels to Germany to be sworn at by Angela Merkel.
Robert Reich, Secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton's first term, was interviewed this morning by Amy Goodman on "Democracy Now!" He pointed out that he often disagreed with Robert Rubin while in the Clinton administration, did not want Clinton to sign the Welfare Reform act (capping welfare benefits at five years) and opposed the repeal of Glass-Steagall. He stressed the importance of political activism (such as Occupy Wall Street) because democracy requires us to not just elect a president of our choice every four years, but to continue to urge him or her to advance our agenda. He thinks German Chancellor Angela Merkel is wrong to choose austerity instead of government stimulus in reaction to the global financial crisis. And he is happy French President-elect Hollande knows this and will reverse similar austerity measures advanced by his predecessor.
Congratulations to Monsieur Francois Hollande who succeeds Nicolas Sarkozy as French President.Hollande has already said he will not sign the austerity measures the EU are planning to Implement,This are the Toughest times Europe and the world has seen, the availability of Credit has Indebted Nationals and Goverments alike.The Right wing Goverments of Angela Merkel,Sarkozy,Berlusconi,Pedro Passos Coelho,and David Cameron all had 1 Objective, spending cuts,austerity measures, symbolised the end of the social states the Europeans were used to living on,Now maybe Europe realises that maybe Gordon Brown was right when he spoke of Increasing spending.
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