Libya is heading down the path of disarmament. It's a success for the entire international community.
I want our immigration policy to be a global policy, a chosen policy: that is the condition for its success.
Between an uncontrolled escalation and passivity, there is a demanding road of responsibility that we must follow.
The government's responsibility is to guarantee investment and production capacities. The independence in power supply of our country is a strategic stake for France.
Europe buys more than half of its energy from outside.
Given the challenges of the post-petroleum world, we have to provide answers. Europe has to come up with a true strategy to guarantee energy security.
Nothing justifies a departure today.
In the last few days, I have been the victim of a campaign of slander and shameful lies, a campaign which has deeply shocked and hurt me. Enough is enough.
How can one accept that the political debate in our country is being held hostage by some false accusations and manipulations.
I would like to tell our American, British and Spanish friends that the Iraqi crisis is not a problem between the United States and France, but between those who want to move forward in the logic of war and the international community.
Using the right of veto would be shooting the Americans in the back.