The online petition was published on the change.org platform and created by Thierry Paul Valette, the founder of the “national equality” movement. The organisation’s aim is to combat corruption and discrimination. The petition specifies that, if enacted, the special status would allow the first lady benefit from the French budget. Having an office, staff and an allowance from the public purse are examples of some such benefits. During his presidential campaign, Macron, who took office in May, said that he wanted to create the position for his wife in order to clarify her status, promising that no public funds would be used to pay her. NAN]]>

Book On Banking regulation In Africa: The Case Of Nigeria And Other Developing Economies

written by Dr Folashade Adeyemo, lecturer at the University of Reading, UK. This book contributes to the ongoing discourse and calls to improve the banking regulatory regime in Africa.

To Order: This book may will be released 29 December 2021 and can be purchased on Routledge, Amazon or Blackwells. Dr Adeyemo may be contacted at F.Adeyemo@reading.ac.uk