Many press cartoonists share their art on Twitter to comment on the news with their biting humour. On the program of the press review: the French threatened by power cuts that could affect France.

While the cold and the drop in temperatures are raging throughout the territory, the first cuts have already penalized some of the inhabitants in Paris this Thursday evening, December 8. According to information from Enedis, a power outage affected several districts of the capital before a return to normal overnight from Thursday to Friday. “125,000 homes without electricity at the height of the incident,” said the company on Twitter, caused by damage to a transformer.

If possible power cuts, and load shedding tests, to come are a subject of concern and questioning, Emmanuel Macron castigated “the scenarios of fear”. “The government, it is its duty, is working on scenarios to deal with any situation. But, if we do well, each at our level, efforts, that we keep the sobriety plan, combined with the work carried out with EDF, there is no reason to have a scenario that goes to darker days,” he said Tuesday from Tirana in Albania, at the summit between the EU and the Balkans.

Also at the heart of the news: the possibility of a return to wearing a mask in France in the face of the health situation which would be worrying. This week, Johnny Hallyday fans saluted his memory for the five years of his disappearance. Finally, Morocco created a surprise by beating Spain and qualified for the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Discover in our slideshow below, our selection of the best cartoons of the week.