In France, right-wing extremist politicians are being promoted | EUROtoday

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Vincent Bolloré is thought for his takeover and reorientation of mass media. Whether on tv channels or “Le Journal du Dimanche”, the Breton billionaire makes little effort to push via his agenda: He needs to deliver conservatives and right-wing extremists collectively and produce them to energy in France – even when he just lately did so in a listening to earlier than a parliamentary committee of inquiry has denied. Isabelle Saporta, the top of Fayard, one of many giant Paris publishing homes that belongs to Bolloré's Hachette group, has now realized that Bolloré is ideologically powerful and does so in lots of areas.

What's piquant about it’s that Saporta's rise to the highest of Fayard is due to Bolloré or the thirst for revenge of his good friend, former President Nicolas Sarkozy. As a part of Bolloré's takeover of Hachette, Sarkozy, a member of the board of administrators, was in a position to settle a rating: the then writer Sophie de Closets needed to go away as a result of she had financed investigative books about him. This value Bolloré some profitable authors who adopted Closets to Flammarion. He even accepted Saporta, who was near the Greens, as his successor – who had beforehand served Sarkozy in an unpleasant method.