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Seven important Monaco stories…

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Seven important Monaco stories…

Good Morning Monaco

Monday, October 19, 2020

Pieter Omtzigt, the General Rapporteur on the Protection of Whistle-blowers for the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, has called for a swift end to the “persecution” of the British oil-industry whistle-blower Jonathan Taylor…
On Thursday a very small and restrained ceremony marked the coming into service of the port of Cala de Forte, a facility that has been paid for by Monaco and which will be administered by the Monaco Ports Authority.

The businessman who gave Casino operator SBM a cheque for 7.7 million euros to guarantee his gambling losses has won his case at the Monaco Appeals Court, which upheld a Criminal Court decision on February 18…
The number of new coronavirus cases had been declining in recent weeks, but with two new cases reported on Friday, five on Saturday and five again on Sunday, the trend has come to a stop, at least for the moment.

Events for the week ahead…

On October 16, Vice President Oleg Petrov and Sporting Director Paul Mitchell presented AS Monaco’s last signings of what has been a very busy transfer window.

For quite a long time – until the 70th minute – it looked as if AS Monaco were going to lose at home to Montpellier on Sunday afternoon.
IN EUROPEAN NEWS:
Following Friday evening’s beheading of a history teacher in a town close to Paris, European leaders have given strong support to the freedom of expression.

 

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