François Holland has brought a revised aero package publicly its new status as a president elected on Tuesday by participating with Nicolas Sarkozy [Unlink]
to the celebrations of the 8 May, before the handover of power and the formation of the government on 15 May, and a delicate movement, in the wake, in Berlin. At the end of a day spent in his headquarters, in Paris, Mr. Holland has announced Monday evening that he would appoint his Prime Minister on May 15, the day scheduled for its induction, and made a gesture to Nicolas Sarkozy, who invited him to commemorate with him on 8 May. "That we can have, on 8 May, the president still in office, Nicolas Sarkozy, and the one which is now elected by the French, I think that is a beautiful image which allows you to take action for what is, in my opinion, the goal must be the mine in the aftermath of this election: the reconciliation", he said. "On May 15, you will have the name of the Prime Minister", he also launched, adding that in the meantime he was to "prepare a number of travel and travel", reference at its meeting in Berlin with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel [Unlink]
on 16 May in the aftermath of his inauguration, and then its baptism of fire in the United States diplomatic for the G8 summit and the summit of NATO. Foreign leaders have in effect immediately turned the page Sarkozy. Angela Merkel and Barack Obama [Unlink]
have invited the president-elect, one to work for a covenant of growth, the other to refer to the "difficult cases", referring to Afghanistan and to the debt crisis of the European. François Holland has also received monday the American ambassador and Chinese in Paris. But if Francois Holland will be hosted in Berlin "with open arms", Ms. Merkel has benefited from a press conference to insist on the importance of the budgetary rigor in Europe and of structural reforms. 31 Years after the historic success of François Mitterrand, Mr. Holland, 57 years, has become the second socialist president of the Fifth Republic in obtaining 51.62 % of the votes cast, according to the final totalization of the Ministry of the Interior issued on Monday. In 1981, Mr. Mitterrand had prevailed with a slightly higher score (51.76 % ). More than 18 million votes have doors on the PS candidate, either a gap of 1.1 million votes with Nicolas Sarkozy (48.38 % ). Some 2.1 million voters voted white or null. The abstention is 19.66 %, against 20.52 per cent on April 22 and 16.03 % in the second round of 2007. In the aftermath of victory celebrated in the Bastille by tens of thousands of people, the elected president and his team were also turned to the legislative and the formation of the first left-wing government in 10 years. François Holland, who on Sunday night has called his followers to him "give a majority" on 10 and 17 June, had said during the campaign that the choice of the Prime Minister would depend on the extent of the success: with less than 52 %, this is not a plea for the appointment of a radical personality. The deputy mayor of Nantes Jean-Marc Ayrault, a faithful, took the rope these last few days. Among those who should be part of the government include Manual Valls, Francois Rebsamen, Michel Sapin, Marisol Touraine, Jean-Yves Le Drian, Laurent Fabius, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem , Aurelie Filippetti for or even Flower Pellerin. Ally of the PS, Europe Ecologie-Les Greens will decide on Tuesday to participate. "The government, which has just, the majority who just must be the one of the audacity, the change, we must make this bet", has affirmed its national secretary Cecile Duflot welcomes you to its Special, EELV before 200 delegates gathered in Creteil. Ms. Duflot welcomes you to its Special, approached in a department, has indicated that it would leave his post on 22 June. In the camp of the beaten, Nicolas Sarkozy said Tuesday that he would exercise or "operational responsibilities" to the UMP, or elective office, and has urged the leaders of the party, he has received on Monday, to "the unit" for the legislation of June. "In the unanimity, we reaffirmed our commitment to the cohesion ( ... ) of our political family", said the secretary-general jean-francois Cope to the outcome of a political office extraordinary. On this occasion, Mr. Cope has officially proposed the establishment of a "strategic committee of campaign", which will meet all weeks. It will consist of 25 to 30 people, including Mr. Cope, François Fillon, Alain Juppé, Jean-Pierre Raffarin or yet the former secretary general Xavier Bertrand. Mr. Cope has also announced that a candidate would be invested in the face of the legislative centrist Francois Bayrou, who has voted Francois Holland. Its assumption of office, and unlike 1981, the new head of State will not "state of grace" because the situation in France is "much more difficult from an economic point of view", has also accused the hon PS Michel Sapin, who could find the ministry of the economy. Monday morning, the Paris Stock Exchange opened in strong decline (1.57 %) before ironing in the green in the early afternoon.