The French government’s difficulties in funding the 2015 budget attract front-page attention from the weeklies. And Nicolas Sarkozy continues to fascinate them.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls told MPs that his government was sticking to its proposed 2015 budget, despite threats that the European Commission may order France to revise it.
France’s former budget minister Pierre Moscovici has been ordered to submit written answers to Euro-MP’s questions after failing to convince opponents
The French government is to continue cutting public spending but will ask Europe for a third extension of its deadline on the reduction of its deficit, according to the 2015 budget
France's national debt has ballooned to over two trillion euros for the first time, leaving President François Holmande's government way off reaching European Union targets.
The French Senate, family policy, the future of Air France, and Syria are this morning's front-page stories.