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Latest update : 2010-09-28

Freudian slips

FRENCH PAPERS, TUESDAY, 28th SEPT. 2010: After former French Justice Minister Rachida Dati confused the words ‘fellatio’ and ‘inflation’, France Soir looks at similar slip ups in the French political world. Elsewhere, a new immigration law is to be discussed in parliament today. Libération’s editorial is largely critical of the proposed legislation. Also, two big football matches in the Champions League pit French sides Auxerre and Marseille against Real Madrid and Chelsea.

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Articles in today’s French press review:
 
France Soir: “Freudian slips that have tripped up politicians”
 
Libération: “Immigration: ever tougher”
 
La Croix: “How are immigrants welcomed?”
 
Le Monde: “Keita, the toubab of the airport”: a report on Keita, a former immigrant in France who was deported to his native Mali and now works as the official who welcomes deportees on the Paris-Bamako flight.
 
Le Parisien: “Sarkozy and Fillon meet in order to end mutual criticism”
 
L’Equipe: French sides Auxerre and Marseille meet Real Madrid and Chelsea tonight in the group stages of the Champions’ League.

By James CREEDON

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