Tempo English Weekly

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Moderate France Wins

T housands of Emmanuel Macron’s supporters gathered outside the Louvre Museum since noon on Sunday two weeks ago, right after voting. Carrying red, white and blue flags, they were optimistic their candidate would win the presidential election.

"Mostly young people (are gathered here)," Herve Le Roy told Tempo. The 41-year-old Parisian is also Macron’s ardent supporter.

Macron won a landslide victory against right-winger Marine Le Pen with…

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Monday, February 05, 2018

LGBT's Caught Up in Election Pandering

Senior Adjunct Commissioner Ahmad Untung Surianata alias Untung Sangaji, Chief of the North Aceh District Police Department, feels that the threat posed by transvestites is worse than that of terrorism. Transvestitism is a contagious disease which must be eradicated, Untung said. ¡°Excuse me if I smash anything having to do with transvestitism,¡± the police officer said on Saturday night two weeks ago.