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Kellyanne Conway, debate manager for Donald Trump.

Photo: Bloomberg

Oh, boy. Let’s start in 2013. That’s when Kellyanne Conway, who these days moonlights as a debate manager for Donald Trump, was on a PBS roundtable contention about women in a troops and gender equality. The Pentagon had only carried a anathema on women in quarrel roles and a panelists were deliberating a earthy rigors of a troops and a problem with passionate assault. On this point, Conway had some thoughts to share. “Rape would not exist,” she said, if women had a same earthy capabilities as men. Hmm.

“If we were physiologically — not mentally, emotionally, professionally — equal to men, if we were physiologically as clever as men, rape would not exist,” Conway pronounced on To a Contrary. “You would be means to urge yourself and quarrel him off.” Conway’s remarks followed her initial response to a doubt about a physical-endurance capabilities of group and women in a military, according to CNN. In other words, no one asked for her to pull vast conclusions about rape enlightenment during large.

Trump’s debate has been underneath inspection from critics who contend it is out of hold with views on women’s rights and passionate assault. Indeed, it was an anti-Trump super-pac, a Democratic Coalition Against Trump, who initial resurfaced Conway’s comments as another instance of how a Trump debate doesn’t have “acceptable domestic views,” according to CNN.

Trump has formerly shown support for Roger Ailes, a former conduct of Fox News after he was private following ongoing allegations of passionate nuisance during a network. He has also pronounced that if daughter Ivanka Trump ever faced passionate nuisance during work, “[He] would like to consider she would find another career or find another association if that was a case.”

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La probity allemande va pouvoir demander aux mères de révéler le nom de leur amant lorsque leur conjoint conteste sa paternité, selon un projet de loi approuvé mercredi en conseil des ministres.

L’enjeu, présenté standard le gouvernement comme une doubt de “sécurité juridique”, est de permettre au “faux père” de réclamer au père biologique les frais engagés flow élever un enfant né d’une propinquity extraconjugale.

Une telle possibilité “empiète profondément sur les droits de la personne”, a déploré Katja Keul, spécialiste des questions juridiques au sein des Verts allemands, alors que le texte n’a suscité aucun débat au sein de la bloc entre conservateurs et sociaux-démocrates au pouvoir.

Le futur essay 1607 du Code polite prévoit “d’obliger” la mère à communiquer “au tiers qui a assuré en tant que père la subsistance de l’enfant” le nom de son ou ses amants “pendant la période de conception”.

Le though est de pouvoir se retourner ensuite vers le père biologique flow exiger de lui le remboursement des frais engagés flow l’enfant, sur une période limitée à deux ans.

Mais le texte soumis au Parlement prévoit une difference si la révélation du père biologique s’avère “intolérable flow la mère” – une conditions que les tribunaux devront apprécier au cas standard cas.

Une décision de la Cour constitutionnelle à l’origine du texte

Parmi les exemples évoqués standard l’exposé des motifs figurent les enfants issus d’un inceste, d’un viol standard un proche, ou les cas où le conjoint avait décidé d’assumer sa paternité même en la sachant fictive.

Le projet de loi ne prévoit pas de permit si la mère exclude de répondre, laissant ce soin aux tribunaux. L’exposé des motifs donne flow seul exemple la possibilité de contraindre la mère à dédommager le “faux père”, “lésé dans son intérêt financier”.

A l’origine de ce texte figure une décision de la Cour constitutionnelle, rendue le 24 février 2015, qui estimait qu’exiger d’une femme le nom de son amant outrepassait le rôle des tribunaux.

La Cour de Karlsruhe n’écartait pas totalement cette possibilité, mais précisait qu’il fallait une loi flow concilier “le droit au recours” du conjoint trompé et le droit de la mère “au honour de sa strive privée”.

Aucune évaluation officielle n’existe concernant le nombre d’enfants adultérins, dits “enfants-coucou” (“Kuckuckskindern”) en allemand. La femelle coucou dépose traditionnellement ses oeufs dans le nid d’autres espèces.

Selon les études sur le sujet, les estimations vont de 4 à 10% des naissances.

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C’était le and ancien, le and aroused et le and meurtrier conflit des Amériques… Mais depuis le 28 août 2016, la guerre est finie entre la Colombie et les guérillas des FARC. Retour, en images, sur and d’un demi-siècle d’hostilités qui s’est joué au cœur de la luxuriante (et terrible) jungle.

par Pierrick Geais

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Bien que les historiens estiment que le conflit à couteaux tirés entre les guérillas et l’armée colombienne ait débuté en 1964, sa genèse se situe quelques décennies auparavant. Au cours des années 1930, plusieurs groupes de paysans – lassés de voir leurs terres enrichir uniquement les and gros propriétaires – se lèvent dans un mouvement d’insurrection. Une révolte ? Non, une révolution qui redécoupe le territoire inhabitant en plusieurs zones d’autodéfenses paysannes et communistes. Tout bascule en 1948, lorsque le politicien populiste, Jorge Eliécer Gaitàn, est assassiné. Cet carnage déclenche alors les premières émeutes de Bogota, qui resteront dans l’Histoire sous le nom de Bogotazo. Puis, s’ouvre une seconde période de mutineries jusqu’au début des années 1960 – appelée à juste titre La Violencia – qui fera entre 100 000 et 300 000 victimes.

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Buried in a avalanche of opposition toward Donald Trump, a many divisive and disliked presidential claimant in complicated American history, is this half-remembered fact: Hillary Clinton isn’t quite good liked, either. The Democratic hopeful is, in fact, maybe a usually claimant able of losing to such an unpopular opponent. The same could be pronounced of Trump.

The latest numbers for both possibilities are not encouraging. According to a new check by The Washington Post and ABC News, a record 56 percent of Americans have an adverse opinion of Clinton, while only 41 percent perspective her favorably—the lowest series in a story of her open career. The new low represents a seven-point dump from her favorability only 3 weeks, after a Democratic National Convention.

Trump stays a some-more disliked between a two: a same check shows that 63 percent of Americans have an adverse sense of a Republican nominee. Among purebred voters, a numbers are somewhat different, though only as eye-popping: 60 percent dislike Trump, while 59 percent dislike Clinton. Truly, this is a competition to a bottom.

While a reasons for Trump’s unpopularity are comparatively obvious, a animus toward Clinton is harder to pin down. The Clintons have prolonged been easy targets for conservatives, both sincerely and unfairly, impugned for their viewed dishonesty and indicted of some-more sinful misdeeds in equal measure. The former secretary of state’s unpopularity among Democrats, however, appears to be a some-more new phenomenon. According to a new poll, unrestrained among her possess core supporters is also waning. Just 47 percent of electorate with post-graduate degrees now approve of Clinton, contra 60 percent; her support among self-described liberals has forsaken from 76 to 63 percent; and her support among women—a voting confederation she should be winning some-more easily—fell from 54 percent to 45 percent.

Clinton’s softening support, notwithstanding a spate of new polls giving her a far-reaching lead over Trump in several bridgehead states, could be attributed to a ongoing questions surrounding her e-mail scandal. A new collection of documents, expelled final week by a regressive organisation Judicial Watch, suggested a series of exchanges among Clinton allies that highlighted what critics have called a enlightenment of domestic favoritism—or reduction charitably, pay-to-play—between Foundation donors and Clinton’s State Department.

Like many Clinton scandals, there’s not most justification of tangible impropriety. But notice is existence in politics, as a latest polls seem to suggest. Having spent a quarter-century in open life, Clinton’s ability to urge her station might be limited. Luckily for her, Trump’s unpopularity might not nonetheless have found the floor.

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