Bayern-PSG, Gisèle Halimi and strike in transport: the information to remember this afternoon
The info not to miss
The Parisians face Bayern Munich this Wednesday evening in the knockout stages of the Champions League. The stakes are high for men by Christophe Galtier, who lost at home in the first leg (0-1). It is for them to avoid yet another disillusionment and a gloomy end to the season with the only French championship to play.
Deprived of Neymar, the Parisians must prove that they too are capable of playing as a whole, of making the effort together. They can count on their two geniuses in attack, Lionel Messi and a Kylian Mbappé at the top of his game.
What else to remember
- New disruptions in transport. The RATP may have announced an “improvement” in service this Wednesday compared to the day before, users must still take their troubles patiently to move underground. The situation is about the same for the SNCF, while the railway unions promise to hold the movement until the withdrawal of the pension reform. In the air, civil aviation has asked airlines to cancel flights until Friday at Orly and Roissy airports.
- Leslie and Kevin, the ambush trail. According to the latest expert reports, it appears that the young couple would have been killed with iron bars or baseball bats shortly after their abduction one fateful night in November. At least one of the suspects is believed to have incurred a debt with Kevin over cocaine trafficking.
- Gisèle Halimi, the tribute and the controversy. Emmanuel Macron had chosen this March 8 to pay a national tribute to the famous lawyer and figure in the fight for women’s rights. An initiative that did not at all satisfy his son, Serge Halimi, who let it be known that he would not participate. We return to this controversy in our article.
- A restless night in the Senate. The examination of the pension reform and its article 7 was somewhat disturbed, in particular because of some 1,300 amendments tabled by the left to come back to the decline in the legal age. Senators are expected to vote on this decisive article on Wednesday.
The information that concerns you
Oocyte self-preservation times are exploding in Île-de-France. The average waiting time is twenty-four months there, whereas it is five months outside the Paris region. The biomedicine agency unveils its latest figures this Wednesday morning. In 2022, nearly 11,500 first consultation requests for self-storage of oocytes were made, for nearly 4,800 first consultations carried out and… only 1,778 acts having resulted.