Have you been a bit out of the news lately? We summarize the main titles to remember from this weekend. From Washington to Los Angeles, thousands of Americans demonstrate against the Supreme Court’s decision to revoke federal abortion rights Abortion rights protesters gather outside the Supreme Court, June 24, 2022, in Washington. KEVIN WOLF / AP Supporters of the right to abortion mobilized on Saturday in the United States for the second day of demonstrations against the decision of the Supreme Court to remove what many thought was a given. By revoking its landmark Roe v. Wade, who, since 1973, guaranteed the right of American women to have an abortion, the high court leaves the choice to the States to prohibit or not voluntary terminations of pregnancy (abortion) in a deeply divided country. Thousands of people gathered on Saturday outside the Supreme Court in Washington, surrounded by barriers and placed under police protection. “What happened yesterday is indescribable and disgusting!” exclaimed Mia Stagner, a 19-year-old political science student. No woman should be forced to become a mother. Several hundred abortion rights advocates also rallied in Los Angeles, and protests were planned in other cities, including states that took advantage of the Supreme Court’s decision to immediately ban abortion terminations. pregnancy on their soil. Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Abortion: California is preparing to become a “sanctuary” state The French government says it will support the constitutionalization of the right to abortion The new deputies of the 16th legislature return to the Palais- Bourbon. Aurore Bergé, new president of the group La République en Marche at the National Assembly, leads the deputies Together! to the National Assembly. JULIEN MUGUET / JULIEN MUGUET FOR “THE WORLD” Inscribing the right to abortion in the French Constitution could be one of the first measures to garner a majority of votes in a fragmented National Assembly. Aurore Bergé, the president of the group La République en Marche at the Palais-Bourbon announced, on Saturday June 25, the filing of a bill to include “respect for abortion in [la] Constitution [française] “, after the historic decision of the Supreme Court of the United States to revoke this right. La Nupes did the same. Elisabeth Borne announced that she would “strongly” support this initiative. Read also: Abortion: the French government will support a bill aimed at enshrining the right to abortion in the Constitution After the fall of Sievierodonetsk, the G7 tries to agree on Ukraine German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (in centre), with (from left to right) Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission; Fumio Kishida, Prime Minister of Japan; Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada; Joe Biden, President of the United States; Mario Draghi, President of the Council of Ministers of Italy; and Charles Michel, President of the European Council, on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Elmau, Germany, Sunday, June 26, 2022. SUSAN WALSH / AP The war in Ukraine was invited to the G7 summit, from the start of the meeting leaders of the seven industrialized countries (Germany, Canada, United States, France, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom), Sunday. A few hours before the opening of the G7 summit in Germany, Russian missiles hit a residential complex near the center of kyiv, killing one person and injuring several, according to the mayor of the city, Vitali Klitschko. Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers War in Ukraine: the G7 in search of cohesion and allies against Russia The President of the United States, Joe Biden, described the attack on kyiv as “barbarism”. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron (whose country still holds the presidency of the European Union for a few days), against any attempt to negotiate “now” with Moscow. , peace in Ukraine. Russian forces achieved major military successes in eastern Ukraine on Saturday, fully seizing, after a fierce battle, the strategic city of Sievierodonetsk and entering the neighboring one, from Lysychansk. Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers War in Ukraine: in Sievierodonetsk, an expected and organized retreat Emmanuel Macron instructs Elisabeth Borne to form a new government for the beginning of July The Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, and the Minister for Ecological Transition, Amélie de Montchalin, during a meeting in Matignon, June 21, 2022. THOMAS COEX / AFP In an interview with Agence France-Presse (AFP) made public on the evening of on Saturday, the President of the Republic announced that he had asked his Prime Minister to present to him, at the end of the week, “proposals” for “a new government of action (…), [qui sera mis] in place in the first days of July”. The announcement of this new government casting act, in fact, the maintenance at Matignon of the former Minister of Labor, whose departure part of the opposition demanded to take into account the new political balance which has imposed itself on the National Assembly. Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Between the Macron camp and the opposition, the lying poker game continues After the shooting in Oslo, the gay district refuses to go out People lay flowers at the scene of the shooting in ‘Oslo, Norway, Sunday June 26, 2022. SERGEI GRITS / AP Norway celebrated love for all on Sunday during a tribute to the victims of the shooting that happened near a gay bar, the eve, in downtown Oslo. While the investigation continues to determine the exact motives of the suspect, described as an Islamist with fragile mental health, an emotional mourning ceremony was celebrated in the cathedral of Oslo, the day after the attack which killed two and injured 21. The shootings occurred early on Saturday, around 1 a.m., outside a pub and then outside a nearby gay club, the London Pub, causing panic among many night owls at a time when parties linked at the Pride March were in full swing. Norwegian police announced they were treating it as “an Islamist terrorist act”, before a suspect was arrested. Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers In Oslo, 24 hours after the massacre, the gay district refuses to go out: “We’re celebrating, because it’s the best thing we can do” Pap Ndiaye announces the increase of teachers’ remuneration in 2023 Pap Ndiaye, in his office at the Ministry of Education, June 14, 2022. LEA CRESPI FOR “THE WORLD” In a long interview with Le Parisien published on Sunday, the Minister of Education, Pap Ndiaye , announced upcoming salary increases for teachers. “The compensation increase will be made up of two parts,” he said. The first will be unconditioned and will apply to all teachers. This means increasing the starting salary of young people above 2,000 euros net. This will be in 2023. In addition, we will put in place a salary share conditional on new tasks. In this long interview, Mr. Ndiaye also promised “a teacher in front of each class at the start of the school year”, despite the recruitment problems facing the national education system. Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Pap Ndiaye, the minister who wants to reconcile the nation And also… Fossil fuels. TotalEnergies, EDF and Engie call on the French to consume less. National Assembly. MP Yaël Braun-Pivet is no longer overseas minister. Ice sports. Nathalie Péchalat beaten by Gwenaëlle Noury for the presidency of the Federation. The world
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