Angela Merkel & Nicolas Sarkozy
Angela Dorothea Merkel; née Kasner (born 17 July 1954) is the Chancellor of Germany and Chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU). Nicolas Sarkozy (born Nicolas Paul Stéphane Sarközy de Nagy-Bocsa; 28 January 1955) is a French politician who served as the 23rd President of the French Republic from 16 May 2007 until 15 May 2012./5
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Blair was great at listening ... to Rupert Murdoch, Angela Merkel, Nicolas…
In 2008, after deciding to pump taxpayers money into failing British banks, Brown tried to persuade Angela Merkel, Nicolas Sarkozy and
Fortunately or unfortunately, if GMB becomes our next president, he would be a comfortable member of the exclusive Very Old African Leaders' club. Other members of the club would be Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe (86 years), Abdulai Wade of Senegal (83), Paul Biya of Cameroon (77), Bingu Wa Mtalika of Malawi (76), Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia (75), Hifikepunye Pohamba of Namibia (74), Algeria's Abdelaziz Bouteflika (74), Rupiah Banda of Zambia (73), Jos? Eduardo Dos Santos of Angola (69), and Jacob Zuma of South Africa (69). The average age of the ten African presidents listed above is 75.6 years Let's compare the ages of these African leaders with the ages of the leaders of the most developed countries. Angela Merkel ( Germany ) age 56, Nicolas Sarkozy ( France ) age 55, Jose Socrates ( Portugal ) age 53, Jens Stoltenberg (Norway), 52, Stephen Harper ( Canada ) age 51, Julia Gillard ( Australia ) age 49, Luis Zapatero ( Spain ) age 49, Barrack Obama ( USA ) age 48, Dimitri Medvedev ( Russia ) age 45, Davi ...
Rather than deal with this communist lack of faith, Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy are concentrating on wha
History At the 34th G8 Summit at Toyako, Hokkaido, formal photo during Tanabata matsuri event for world leaders – Silvio Berlusconi (Italy), Dmitry Medvedev (Russia), Angela Merkel (Germany), Gordon Brown (UK), Yasuo Fukuda (Japan), George W. Bush (U.S.), Stephen Harper (Canada), Nicolas Sarkozy (France), José Barroso (EU) – July 7, 2008. The concept of a forum for the world's major industrialized democracies emerged following the 1973 oil crisis. In 1974, a series of meetings in the library of the White House in Washington, D.C. was known as the "Library Group". This was an informal gathering of senior financial officials from the United States, the United Kingdom, West Germany, Japan and France. In 1975, French President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing invited the heads of government from West Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States to a summit in Château de Rambouillet. The six leaders agreed to an annual meeting organized under a rotating presidency, forming the Group of ...
Really? A Nobel Prize for "The European Union"? Who's going to pick that one up, Angela Merkel & Nicolas Sarkozy? Do I get to go?
Worshipping the wrong god Day and night we chant the mantra of profit while our environment lies in ruins, and ethics and our principles of justice are ignored "As in Bhutan, economic growth will be in balance with the growth in human happiness and consumerism will be in balance with creativity and the human spirit." By Satish Kumar The question: What economic system would really benefit humanity? Every year the World Economic Forum in Davos seems to take a materialistic view of the economy. I hope this year it will be different. After the inauguration of Barack Obama, the new president of the United States, new and moral thoughts are in the air. The French President, Nicolas Sarkozy and the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, have also talked about moral capitalism. The current economic crisis is a "crisis of desires" and unless we are able to explore and consider the moral, spiritual and ethical dimensions of the economy, true economic recovery will be a distant dream. I come from a Jain business family, ...
"Nicolas Sarkozy joins David Cameron and Angela Merkel view that multiculturalism has failed."
Angela Merkel, David Cameron, and Nicolas Sarkozy have openly declared that multiculturalism has failed. when will you *** up?
In terms of mood music, François Hollande's first meeting with Angela Merkel was a better start than that made by Nicolas Sarkozy, who also flew to Berlin hours after his inauguration. The epithet "Merkozy", to describe an austerity-driven approach to euro-zone stability imposed by the former pair, masked what was in reality an often prickly re...
Francois Hollande (right) this morning officially took over the French Presidency from Nicolas Sarkozy (left). He will later head off to Berlin for showdown talks with his German counterpart Angela Merkel.
THE respite in the euro crisis lasted a few short months. Now, despite a €130 billion ($169 billion) second bail-out for Greece, a fiscal compact agreed on by the euro-zone leaders in December, and €1 trillion of cheap long-term loans from the European Central Bank, the night terrors are back. How dispiriting that Europe is still so ill-prepared for the ordeal to come. Time is short. In France voters have given their new president, François Hollande, a mandate to alter the “austere” course set by his ousted predecessor, Nicolas Sarkozy, and Angela Merkel, Germany’s chancellor, and to focus on growth. Mrs Merkel says she will not change the fiscal compact, but Mr Hollande needs something to show voters in legislative polls next month. More threatening is the second election looming in Greece, where parties are struggling to form a government. If a majority of Greeks again vote to reject the spending cuts and reforms that go with their country’s bail-out, then euro-zone governments—in particu ...
Nicolas Sarkozy lost so how about Angela Merkel and Barack Obama?
Angela Merkel's euro crisis strategy is unpopular and she has lost a number of allies. Worse yet, French Presidential candidate François Hollande has pledged a change of course from the strict austerity measures she supports. But in the end, the Paris-Berlin alliance will likely survive and austerit...
After the Election in France | People: The alliance of Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy (dubbed "Merkozy") is o...
Francois Hollande Defeats Nicolas Sarkozy May 7th, 2012 • 7:06 AM Francois Hollande has won the second round of the French Presidential elections. Partial official results, with about half of the nationwide votes counted, showed Hollande with 50.8 percent compared to 49.2 percent for Sarkozy. Exit polls had shown Hollande winning with 51.8 percent to 53 percent, compared with 47 percent to 48.2 percent for Sarkozy. Sarkozy cancelled his victory party and conceded the election minutes after the polls closed, saying he had called Hollande to wish him "good luck" as the country's new leader. Hollande has indicated that he wants to renegotiate the European treaty on budget cuts that Germany's Angela Merkel and Sarkozy had championed. The election outcome could also have an impact on how long French troops stay in Afghanistan.
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.
Nicolas Sarkozy, Angela Merkel, and David Cameron are all hitting rough waters. Consider the parallels and implications.
It looks like Francois Hollande will replace Nicolas Sarkozy as President of France. This leaves Angela Merkel alone as the only major Euro zone leader in favor of austerity as the solution to the Euro-zone's economic woes. The last time a German leader felt at odds with the rest of Europe things did not end well.
Nicolas Sarkozy has promised to hold a referendum on Europe's fiscal pact, dealing a hammerblow to Angela Merkel's "non-negotiable" plans to impose austerity on the eurozone.
Angela Merkel, who had kind words for Nicolas Sarkozy in February, has given no further encouragement
One of the most bizarrely funny things Mamata kept repeating during your election campaign and afterwards is how she wanted to turn Calcutta into London. Well, perhaps it’s high time we imported some aspects of London culture. For instance, let me tell you how the last four British prime ministers have been portrayed in cartoons in London newspapers: John Major, always wearing his underpants outside his trousers; Tony Blair, as a one-eyed monster, sometimes as a one-eyed poodle trotting after George W. Bush; Gordon Brown, as a square, financial thug and bouncer; David Cameron, repeatedly, as an empty, blown-up condom. Along with these, they have also repeatedly had George Bush as a rampant, psychopathic chimpanzee, (once actually wiping his bottom with the UN logo), they've had Nicolas Sarkozy as all sorts of ferret-like animals, Berlusconi as a lecherous octopus and, recently, Angela Merkel as a dominatrix in skimpy black leather costume and fishnet stockings, wielding a financial whip over the exposed ...
Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy meet in Paris for summit of fiscal union
Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy meet today to brood over Europe's economy. Don't expect much from the summit |
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