Mobilization. This Saturday, at the call of several political organizations, associations and unions, many demonstrations will take place throughout France on the occasion of a march of freedoms to “say no to the extreme right”. In Paris, the leader of the Insoumis, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, but also Benoît Hamon and the ecologist Julien Bayou should participate.
Elections. Algerians will vote this Saturday to elect their deputies in early legislative elections. Elections supposed to bring new legitimacy to power, but which are rejected by the Algerian protest movement, the Hirak and part of the opposition. Three Hirak figures were also arrested on Thursday.
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Ceremony. While Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 95th birthday on April 21, without her late husband, the ceremony marking her birthday will take place this Saturday. Traditionally, the Queen’s birthday is celebrated with a large military parade in central London, called the “Salut aux couleurs”, which usually brings together hundreds of soldiers and thousands of spectators.
Football. After an opening match between Turkey and Italy (0-3) on Friday, Euro football continues with three new matches. At 3 p.m. Wales will face Switzerland, at 6 p.m. Denmark will face Finland and finally at 9 p.m. Belgium and Russia will play their first match of the tournament.
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Tennis. The Roland-Garros tournament continues with the ladies final between Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Barbora Krejcikova, from 3 p.m. The two Frenchmen Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut will also play the men’s doubles final.