President François Hollande’s signing of the same-sex marriage law today makes France the 14th country in the world to legalise gay marriage.
Same-sex marriage now signed into law headlines the French papers today, along with a new giant fiscal fraud scandal involving a prominent French art collector.
France’s Constitutional Council has cleared a bill allowing same-sex marriage and adoption rights, rejecting a challenge to the law.
Friday’s papers are dominated by good economic news for the United States and Europe after the Dow Jones set an all time record.
Only 15 per cent of French people have a positive view of François Hollande’s first year as French president, according to the latest opinion polls
French President François Hollande celebrates his first year in office tomorrow, as his approval ratings are at their lowest.
Now that same sex marriage is legal in France, the first weddings could be celebrated as early as June.
In France, the opposition to same sex marriage and adoption took on a scale unseen in other countries where they are already legalised.
The French President, François Hollande, has called for “healing and unity” after France allowed same-sex marriage following months of bitter and divisive debate on the ...
Marriage and money are the main topics in this morning's French front pages.