Find here the five main information to remember this weekend of April 16 and 17.
The attractiveness of Macron’s foot for Mélenchon voters
During his meeting in Marseille this Saturday, the outgoing president Emmanuel Macron has multiplied the signals to the electorate of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, devoting a very important part of his speech to ecological issues. In particular, he promised that, if re-elected, his prime minister would be “directly responsible for green planning”, to go “twice as fast” on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. “The policy that I will follow in the next five years will be ecological or it will not be”, he launched in the gardens of the Pharo, under the brilliant Marseille sun.
Jean Tirole’s column on Marine Le Pen’s economic program
The Nobel Prize in Economics in 2014 and Honorary President of the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE), Jean Tirole, awarded the midi office an exclusive platform in which, a week before the second round of the presidential elections, he destroys Marine Le Pen’s economic program point by point.
The conquest of Stade Toulousain in the European Cup
In Ireland, this Saturday, Toulouse managed to qualify for the quarterfinals of the Champions Cup after a crazy game. And yet, the defending champions have not always mastered their rugby. In Belfast, Ugo Mola’s men won with a difference of 7 points (30-23), recovering from the disadvantage of the first leg thanks to an Antoine Dupont try five minutes from the end of the match. They will challenge Munster in the quarterfinals.
Covid-19: the epidemic seems to calm down
The decline in infections by Covid-19 that has begun in recent days continues, according to official figures for this Saturday, April 16. Hospitalizations and emergency room admissions follow this trend. With 30,000 fewer daily cases in a week and hospitalizations in a slight decrease, the epidemic seems to calm down after the rebound observed in March.
TFC: the return to Ligue 1 is getting closer
In a laborious match, the TFC ended up beating Quevilly on Saturday (2-0). Following this victory, the 21st of the season for the Toulouse club in Ligue 2, Philippe Montanier’s men are more than ever in first place in the table, eight points ahead of second-placed AC Ajaccio, and above all , eleven units. more than the third, AJ Auxerre. So the rise could be formalized on Tuesday night, after the trip to Sochaux.