On the program of the comic press review of the week: Emmanuel Macron went to the COP27 which is taking place in Sharm el Sheikh, in Egypt. The president dwelt on his desire to “put pressure” on rich “non-European” countries and insisted on the climate emergency. At the same time, the Head of State would have in mind to dissolve the National Assembly. According to the Journal du Dimanche, the scenario is even already ready. The majority would have established a dissolution protocol with a very precise schedule. Meanwhile, on the side of the National Rally, Jordan Bardella, freshly elected president of the party, seeks to impose his paw.
On the international news side, following the mid-term elections in the United States, Joe Biden has limited the damage to the House of Representatives, even if he cannot for the moment ensure that he retains control of the Senate. However, the Democratic president says he is “ready” to work with the Republican opposition in Congress and reaffirms his intention to run for a second term in 2024. On November 4, Elon Musk claimed to have fired half of the workforce from Twitter. 3,700 people thus found themselves on the floor overnight. It would seem that the billionaire went too quickly, since he would have asked some to come back, according to information from the American press agency Bloomberg.