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News Sophie Binet, General Secretary of the Confederation of Executives, will succeed Felipe Martinez at the helm of CGT | She is the first woman to hold this position since the establishment of the CGT in 1895. Marie PoissonRunner-up to the outgoing Secretary-General Philip MartinezAnd Celine Versiletti He was approached to become the next general secretary CGT. However, during the negotiations, no consensus was reached regarding their names.
Sophie Binetwho is 41 years old, is a Ancient Member of the Student Union a and And Ancient CPE (Senior guidance counselor). She has been at the helm of Ugict since 2018. Coming from the Confederation Executive Committee, the expanded administration of the CGT, she has been an authority on a mixed group of women and is committed to environmental issues and gender equality. Some sources consider Sophie Binet to have been a “hypothetical” candidate. However, it will face the difficult task of picking up parts of a deeply divided CGT, at a time when the center is on the front line in the fight against pension reform. This election comes after a stormy week of Congress, in the midst of a battle against Pension reforms, a few days before the inter-union meeting in Matignoncall from Elizabeth Bourne. Pictures and videos of the event will be posted later in the morning.
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He follows France TV and Prime Video will broadcast the Parisian Grand Slam tournament until 2027 | French Tennis Federation Announced yesterday that France Televisions And Prime Videorights holders until 2023, will broadcast the tournament from Roland Garros Until 2027. The two broadcasters will share broadcast rights for this period. France TV regains exclusive rights to broadcast the matches of the Simonne-Mathieu stadium (the third largest court in the complex), previously owned by Prime Video, which, for its part, will broadcast exclusively 11 matches Programmed at night at Court Philippe Chatrier. According to the agreement currently in force, exclusive distribution to Prime Video Of the Simonne-Mathieu court matches and the night sessions have created some special spectators’ discontent with several large banknotes and in particular the 2022 quarter-finals between Novak Djokovic And Rafael Nadal, which FFT succeeded in getting free airplay on the Amazon platform. France Télévisions, for its part, gathered an average of 1.9 million viewers in the afternoon and an average of 4.6 million during the final, which Nadal won.
Roland Garros. France TV and Prime Video will broadcast the Grand Slams until 2027 https://t.co/Pkx6RA5QaD
OuestFrance March 30, 2023