Paris.- The French president, Emmanuel Macron, adopted this weekend, in a shelter of the humane Society, a dog, cross breed labrador and grifón which has been christened Nemo, reported today the French media.
The new pet of the Elysée palace received its name in honor of captain Nemo, the famous character from the jules Verne novel “Twenty thousand leagues under the sea submarine tour”, for which Macron feels a special predilection.
The dog, black in colour, and between one and two years of age, substitutes for Philae, the labrador of the former president François Hollande that the federation of former French fighters in Montreal and he gave in December 2014, and that he left the residence next to its owner last may.
The arrival of a can at the Elysée palace is practically a presidential tradition in France, as the former presidents Valéry Giscard d’estaing, François Mitterrand, Jacques Chirac and Nicolas Sarkozy also had a labrador during his time in office.
The dogs of Chirac and Sarkozy, to name Maskou and Estrie, respectively, also came from Montreal, in your case offered by the Faculty of Veterinary medicine of the canadian city.
MACRON SPENDS A LARGE AMOUNT ON MAKE-UP
France.- The invoice of 30 thousand dollars for three months of work paid to the makeup of the new French president, Emmanuel Macron, has generated criticism in France.
Sources at the presidential Palace, the Elysée confirmed to local media that the makeup of president galo billed for three months of services a total of 26 thousand euros, 30 thousand 700 dollars.
The sources pointed out that the invoices corresponding to services rendered by the makeup artist at press conferences and trips abroad, in which the makeup artist was displaced with the president.
The French presidency acknowledged that the amount is “high” but said he paid “less than the predecessors” of Macron.
According to the source, the French government has been reflecting as to lower the cost of the makeup services of the head of State, 39 years of age, and takes great care of his image.
Last year, another controversy similar emerged in France after the release of the cost of the hairdresser’s then-president French Francois Hollande, who won 10 thousand euros gross per month, 11, one thousand eight hundred dollars.
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