In the news this Sunday, September 24… | EUROtoday
Emmanuel Macron on the 8 p.m. news, the senatorial elections and the OM-PSG traditional in league 1… all the news this Sunday.
By LL with AFP
Emmanuel Macron on the 8 p.m. news. The President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron can be interviewed dwell from the Elysée on Sunday in the 8 p.m. news on France 2 and TF1. Anne-Claire Coudray and Laurent Delahousse will interview the president “after a historic week where France received the King of the United Kingdom as well as the Pope in the middle of the Rugby World Cup”, and “on the eve of the presentation of the planning ecological”, earlier than the presentation of the funds on Wednesday, underlined the Elysée.
Senatorial elections. More than 79,000 voters are known as to the polls in round forty departments for this discreet and oblique poll, which continues to be struggling to excite the crowds. About half of the higher home is renewable like each three years, with 170 of the 348 seats at stake in quite a few territories, from Landes to Pas-de-Calais through Paris, Île-de-France, Nouvelle -Caledonia or Mayotte. The presidential occasion is unlikely to spark, following on from the 2020 municipal elections.
The traditional in Ligue 1. OM and PSG will play a high-stakes “classic” on Sunday night at the Parc des Princes at the finish of the sixth day of Ligue 1 (8:45 p.m.). It is in a state of affairs of acute disaster that Marseille arrives in Paris. Heckled since the begin of the week, membership director Pablo Longoria, as soon as determined to go away, lastly determined to remain at OM. The membership will face a PSG who reassured themselves towards Dortmund (2-0) in the Champions League on Tuesday. Paris (fifth, 8 pts) must bounce again in the league after its house defeat towards Nice final week (3-2). Paris Saint-Germain coach Luis Enrique known as on his gamers to “pay attention to the emotional component” in this match which he considers “one of the most important of the season”.
Rugby World Cup. After South Africa’s defeat towards Ireland on Saturday night, the Rugby World Cup continues. In Nice, Scotland will face Tonga (5:45 p.m.) whereas at 9 p.m., two of the favorites for the quarter-finals, Wales and Australia, will face Lyon. 30,000 spectators are anticipated at Groupama Stadium.READ ALSO Rugby World Cup: can the France staff win with out Dupont?