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'Platini bites back, but Blatter holds on'

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Greener and fairer? EU revamps Common Agricultural Policy

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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

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Latest update : 2011-01-17

To be young and North African

At the heart of Tunisia's protests, an army of unemployed high school and university graduates. In neighboring Algeria, it’s youth left out of a system where the only visible source of wealth seems to be oil and gas. François Picard’s young panelists describe the disconnect between a population that's young and leaders that are old.

  • Said KECHIDA, Tunisian Economist and Policy Analyst
  • Samir HAMEK, Algerian PhD Candidate at Sciences Po Paris
  • Jalila HEGHLI-PEUGNET, Student in international affairs at AUP
  • Hadi MAHIHENNI, Algerian Project Manager in a French Company
  • Lina BEN MHENNI, Tunisian blogger (By skype fom Tunis)

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Programme produced by Perrine Desplats and Yi Song.
 

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