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We’ve Recorded Surge in Tech Startups, Says Edo State

This Day 29 Jun 2022
The UK-based news platform quoted Stephen Osawaru, a 38-year-old entrepreneur and business consultant in Benin City, as saying, “Many internet businesses in education, agriculture, health and finance that didn’t exist five years ago have now taken advantage of the connectivity in Edo.”.
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How many countries have tightened abortion laws?

New Statesman 27 Jun 2022
In 1998, a new penal code removed these exemptions ... Countries that have started allowing abortions to preserve health. Burkina Faso, Guinea, Chad, Benin, Saint Lucia, Eswatini, Central African Republic, Colombia, Niger, Togo, Monaco, Kenya, Argentina, Lesotho, Mauritius, Eritrea, Liechtenstein, Nauru, Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola.
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A tipping point for democracy in African countries

The Hill 24 Jun 2022
The money to pay the subsidies was taken away from health service, infrastructure maintenance and education ... Some countries, such as Benin, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire and Kenya, made governance truly democratic ... In Benin, President Patrice Talon appears to be establishing a civilian dictatorship.
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Access to Reliable and Affordable Off-Grid Energy to be Transformed Across Benin under New EIB

Business Ghana 23 Jun 2022
The new Benin cooperation follows EIB’s previous support for ENGIE to deploy off-grid solar power in Uganda ... By scaling up adoption of off-grid solar technology in Benin, this new initiative will provide economic, social, educational and health opportunities for families and entrepreneurs who cannot be connected to the electricity network.
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Macron's alliance hunts for way to salvage ruling majority

China Daily 21 Jun 2022
Solidarity and Health Minister Brigitte Bourguignon, Maritime Minister Justine Benin and Environment Minister Amelie de Montchalin all lost their seats in the Sunday election and will have to leave the cabinet ... on pension reform and health and education policy in the long term.
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France elections: Macron's bloc loses parliamentary majority

The Telegraph India 20 Jun 2022
French President Emmanuel Macron's centrist alliance has lost its parliamentary majority, on the back of record results for the far left in second place and the far right in third ... Health Minister Brigitte Bourguignon, Maritime Minister Justine Benin and Environment Minister Amelie de Montchalin all lost their seats and will now exit the government.
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Macron loses absolute majority in French legislative runoff

La Prensa Latina 20 Jun 2022
... Assembly, Richard Ferrand, along with Christoph Castaner as well as Ecology Minister Amelie de Montchalin, Health Minister Brigitte Bourguignon and the secretary of state for maritime matters, Justine Benin who were not reelected to their parliamentary seats and thus must resign.
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France: parties reject Mélenchon’s call to form opposition bloc

The Observer 20 Jun 2022
He described the result of the election as a “disappointment” for Nupes and said it had created an “unmanageable situation” in the country ... “It makes no sense politically” ... We have kept our independence ... Brigitte Bourguignon, the health minister; Amélie de Montchalin, theenvironment minister; and Justine Benin, secretary of state for the sea ... .
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Macron allies seek to find majority after France poll blow

Urdu Point 20 Jun 2022
"We will work from tomorrow to build a working majority." ... All that is now in question ... Health Minister Brigitte Bourguignon, Maritime Minister Justine Benin and Environment Minister Amelie de Montchalin -- a pillar of Macron's administration over the last years -- all lost and will now exit the government ... ....
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Macron stripped of majority after crushing blow in parliamentary elections

Raw Story 20 Jun 2022
"We will work from tomorrow to build a working majority." ... All that is now in question ... Health Minister Brigitte Bourguignon, Maritime Minister Justine Benin and Environment Minister Amelie de Montchalin — a pillar of Macron's administration over the last years — all lost and will now exit the government ... (AFP) .
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Macron allies seek to assemble majority

Manila Standard 20 Jun 2022
“We will work from tomorrow to build a working majority.” ... ‘Failure for Macron’ ... All that is now in question ... Health Minister Brigitte Bourguignon, Maritime Minister Justine Benin, and Environment Minister Amelie de Montchalin — a pillar of Macron’s administration over the last years — all lost and will now exit the government ... ....
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Election deals blow to French president

Taipei Times 20 Jun 2022
NO MAJORITY ... AFP, PARIS ... All that is now in question ... French Minister of Solidarity and Health Brigitte Bourguignon, Secretary of State for the Sea Justine Benin and Minister for Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion Amelie de Montchalin — a pillar of Macron’s administration over the past years — all lost and would now exit the government ... .
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Macron loses parliament majority in stunning setbackThe result threw French politics into turmoil, raising the ...

Deccan Herald 20 Jun 2022
Macron's "Together" coalition was on course to be the biggest party in the next National Assembly ... All that is now in question ... Health Minister Brigitte Bourguignon, Maritime Minister Justine Benin and Environment Minister Amelie de Montchalin, a pillar of Macron's administration over the last years all lost and will now exit the government ... Sign Up.
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Macron loses parliament majority in stunning setback

Manila Standard 20 Jun 2022
By Stuart Williams and Adam Plowright ... Ludovic Marin / AFP ... Le Monde daily headlined on its website ... Health Minister Brigitte Bourguignon, Maritime Minister Justine Benin and Environment Minister Amelie de Montchalin — a pillar of Macron’s administration over the last years — all lost and will now exit the government ... ....

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