The President will answer questions from Anne-Sophie Lapix and Gilles Bouleau.
Emmanuel Macron will speak on television on Wednesday October 14 to talk about the upsurge in the Covid-19 pandemic and its economic and social consequences. The President of the Republic will speak live from the Elysee Palace from 7.55 p.m. He will answer questions from Anne-Sophie Lapix (France 2) and Gilles Bouleau (TF1). This interview will be broadcast live on France 2, TF1, franceinfo, LCI, and TV5 Monde.
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Emmanuel Macron will speak at the end of a day during which the government could announce new measures, in the face of the increase in Covid-19 cases and the number of patients in intensive care. The executive will consider at the weekly Defense Council “epidemiological data to see if it is necessary to go further”, Prime Minister Jean Castex reported on franceinfo.
Since the start of the health crisis, the President of the Republic has already made solemn speeches on March 12, March 16, April 13, and June 14. It was not a question of interviews but of “addresses to the French”, according to the terminology of the Elysee, during which the head of state notably announced the confinement and the deconfinement.