Alain Juppé

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Having a monochrome parliament is never good for democratic debate.feedback
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We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Alain Juppé is associated, including European Union, France, and border. Most recently, Alain Juppé has been quoted saying: “Francois Fillon… had a boulevard (to the presidency) in front of him. The instigation of judicial investigations against him and his defence based on a supposed plot and political assassination has brought him to a dead end.” in the article French election: Juppé rules himself out as embattled Fillon fights on. An other article where Alain Juppé has been quoted is Juppe refuses to rescue French right-wing as Fillon founders.
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Nov 18 2016 - French election 2017

To succeed we need to come together and that's been the spirit of my whole campaign. Bring together the right and the centre of politics and that's why I'm asking you to go and vote en masse next Sunday.feedback

Nov 03 2016 - French election 2017

I want to bring everyone together, the right, the center, those who are disappointed with Hollande ... and those who are disappointed with the National Front.feedback

Oct 10 2016

A strong state is a state that does not go into retreat, a state that gets rid of no-go zones.feedback

Oct 05 2016 - Unilateralism

I don't know Mr Trump, but there's a question mark and a big worry. His total ignorance of Europe, his disdain for France, his isolationist and protectionist points of view, his outrageous simplifications, his constant changes of tack, are a real concern. But it is for the people of the United States to choose.feedback

Aug 28 2016 - Burka

Let's unite, rather than divide, unite rather than exclude or stigmatise, unite rather than indulge in one-upmanship.feedback

Jun 01 2015

Sarkozy has the party. But I have support, and I'm organising my small company. Sometimes small ones work better than the big ones on the stock exchange.feedback

Apr 25 2012

If it doesn't work, we cannot continue to allow ourselves to be challenged by the regime in place, which has not adhered to the six points of the Kofi Annan plan. We'd have to move into a new phase.feedback

Apr 19 2012

Today for us the priority is to put into place the Annan plan, which for us is the last chance for peace, the last chance to avoid civil war in Syria. To make sure the plan works a strong observation mission has to be deployed as quickly as possible.feedback

Mar 22 2012

We will maintain our aid to the population, particularly food aid, and we will continue our efforts in the fight against terrorism.feedback

Feb 28 2012

And when I see the Syrian president parading around this voting station in Damascus for this phoney referendum, it is a profound indignation we feel, all of us who see this spectacle.feedback

Feb 24 2012 - Tunisia

I was happy to see there was a consensus – unanimity – around the table to relaunch the Union for the Mediterranean around concrete projects.feedback

Feb 20 2012

We decided to stop our orders. Our deliveries from Iran are pretty marginal in relation to our total purchases. I repeat that it is the EU that decided to put an embargo on Iranian oil sales.feedback

Feb 15 2012

Most of the protesters in Homs or elsewhere are fighting with their bare hands.feedback

Feb 13 2012

I think the Greek government faced its responsibilities with a lot of courage and so did the parliament. I've been told there's a lack of democracy. I would like to remind everyone about the fact that the parliament does embody democracy.feedback

Feb 06 2012

I believe that the process of the Security Council has been paralysed with the veto issued by Russia and China while 13 out of 15 countries were close to approving the resolution. Their conduct has cast a moral stain on the Security Council.feedback

Jan 31 2012

We need a plan for political transition: firstly a ceasefire, a withdrawal of troops, then a political transition removing Assad.feedback

Jan 15 2012

Today, France wishes to support the ongoing movement toward reform and opening in Burma, by tripling our bilateral aid to this country.feedback

Jan 03 2012

Iran is continuing its nuclear armament. There is no doubt about this. The last report from the International Atomic Energy Agency was quite clear on this point. Two concrete proposals on that front, the first being to freeze the Iranian Central Bank assets, and secondly, an embargo on Iranian oil exports.feedback

Nov 14 2011 - United Nations

I think armed intervention of the kind that took place in Libya is not the order of the day; in any case it's not what we want now. Nevertheless, we can envisage ways of protecting the civilian population, namely through observers, for example, through the United Nations.feedback

Sep 15 2011 - Libya

We cannot let the warmongers get away with it. We cannot leave the civilian population in the lurch, suffering brutal repression. We cannot let legality and international morals be ignored.feedback

Sep 01 2011 - Libya

Today we have to help the NTC, as the country is devastated. The humanitarian situation is difficult, there's little water, electricity, fuel. Libya is potentially a rich country, it has frozen assets elsewhere that were embezzled by the previous regime, which we're in the process of unfreezing. France, for example, has just authorised the release to the NTC of 1.5 billion euros.feedback

Jul 21 2011 - Libya

Gaddafi has to leave power, and give up any civil and military roles. That is a condition for us that could lead to a cease fire and a resumption of national dialogue.feedback

Jun 07 2011

In Syria, the process of reform is dead and we think that Bashar has lost his legitimacy to rule the country. This a point that I have discussed with Hillary Clinton. We think, all together, that now we must go ahead and circulate this draft resolution in the Security Council.feedback

Apr 12 2011 - NATO

NATO must play its role fully. NATO wanted to take the military direction of operations, and we accepted it. Now it must prevent Gaddafi repeatedly using heavy weapons against populations.feedback

Apr 07 2011

The negotiations between Laurent Gbagbo's entourage and the Ivory Coast authorities that lasted for hours yesterday have failed because of Laurent Gbagbo's intransigence. So they have been interrupted and President Ouattara has decided to ask his military forces, the Republican Forces, to resume the offensive against the presidential compound.feedback

Apr 06 2011

I hope that as soon as possible, Gbagbo will accept reality, that he is isolated and must recognize that the only legitimate and legal President of Ivory Coast is Alassana Outtara.feedback

Mar 30 2011 - Libya

I must remind you it is not part of the UN resolution, resolution 1973 and 1970 – which for the moment France is sticking to – but we are open to discussing arming rebels with our partners.feedback

Mar 24 2011 - Libya

It's about protecting civilians. It's also about giving an advantage to the anti-Gaddafi forces fighting for democracy and freedom, and it's for that that we are targeting Gaddafi's military resources and nothing else.feedback

Mar 23 2011 - NATO

I have taken the initiative along with my British colleague to bring together a contact group in London next Tuesday. This includes all the countries in the coalition, as well as the African Union, the Arab League, and all the European countries involved, to make it clear that the political leadership of the operation is not NATO, but this contact group.feedback

Mar 19 2011 - Libya

We have to analyse the conditions of this ceasefire, it must be a ceasefire on the whole territory of Libya and not only on Benghazi, and we think that Libya must also comply with the whole resolution of the Security Council.feedback

Mar 15 2011

We have to demand more safety, but to suggest to the French that we could manage without nuclear energy production in the coming decades is, purely and simply, a lie.feedback

Mar 04 2011 - NATO

France does not think that, in the current context, military intervention by NATO powers would be well-received on the southern shores of the Mediterranean. It would be counterproductive. That said, given the actions that have been carried out by Colonel Gaddafi, we must put ourselves in a position to act. That's why we've given our permission to the planning of an exclusion zone over Libya.feedback

Nov 19 2009 - OECD

This big capital spending programme, financed by a loan, has to work alongside our continuing efforts of reduce the budget deficit.feedback

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