The best cartoons of the week from December 26, 2022 to January 1, 2023


Many press cartoonists share their art on Twitter to comment on the news with their biting humour. On the program of the press review: a look back at the last week of 2022.

After 365 days of French and international news, politics and society, sport and people… Here is the latest news to remember. Although the year was again marked by the health crisis linked to Covid-19, several countries remain on alert in the face of a resurgence of the epidemic. Especially in China where the situation seemed out of control in recent days after restrictions were lifted in the face of public anger.

This week, restrictions for travelers from China were announced in several countries. In France, the government decided this Friday, December 30 to put in place a series of measures to fight against the circulation of Covid-19. Travelers will have to observe the wearing of the mask, but also present a negative test of less than 48 hours, as indicated by Franceinfo. Who says festivities, says Christmas and New Year!

A week before New Year’s Eve, the French found their loved ones (despite the SNCF strikes and the epidemics) during the holidays. After the meal and the opening of family gifts in front of the tree, some were quick to resell their presents on the Internet. In addition to the summary this week: several personalities have left us such as singer Linda de Suza, Brazilian footballer Pelé, British designer Vivienne Westwood and Pope Benedict XVI. Before starting the year 2023, look back in pictures on the best press cartoons in the slideshow.