Journalist Bruno Jeudy, political and economic editor of the weekly Paris Matchresigns, according to information from the site Days revealed to Agence France-Presse.
According Daysthe editorial staff of the weekly owned by the Lagardère group, itself controlled by the Vivendi group of Vincent Bolloré, received an e-mail on Thursday announcing the departure of Bruno Jeudy. “By mutual agreement, it has indeed been decided to put an end to our collaboration”stipulate the email signed by Patrick Mahé and Caroline Mangez, respectively general manager and editorial director of Paris Match.
“A” controversial a month ago
Days specifies that the society of journalists (SDJ) has called a general meeting for Friday.
At the beginning of July, the editorial staff of the weekly castigated the management’s choice to devote the front page of the weekly to the ultra-conservative Cardinal Robert Sarah. The SDJ was indignant at this choice, described as“interference” of the Lagardère group, in the orbit since last year of the Vivendi group, itself controlled by the conservative billionaire Vincent Bolloré.
The editor-in-chief of the magazine – including Bruno Jeudy – had tried on the day of the closure “to convince the management of the Lagardère group to reconsider its choice of “one”. Unfortunately without success »had at the time declared the LDS.
Bruno Jeudy had held this position since 2014. Also a columnist on BFM-TV, he was notably a political journalist at the Parisianto Figaroto Sunday newspaper. A specialist in the French right, he is the author or co-author of several books on Nicolas Sarkozy, including The set upon the fratricidal struggles that presided over the 2017 presidential election at the UMP and the defeat of François Fillon.
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