Monday, 31 March 2014

Today’s best European front pages

On this 31 March, the main news in Europe are yesterday's local elections in France, with president François Hollande's Socialist party's defeat, and local elections in Turkey, with PM Recep Tayyip
Erdoğan claiming victory amid fraud claims.
In Slovakia, newcomer businessman Andrej Kiska defeated PM Robert Fico's in the presidential elections.




'The blue tsunami breaks onto Hollande' - Le Figaro, Paris.




'The punition' - Libération, Paris.



'Rebuff for French left' - Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich.




'Turkey ran to the polls' - Dünya, Istanbul.




'Confidence vote for Erdogan' - Sabah, Istanbul.




'Dead overshadow crucial choice' - Die Presse, Vienna.




'1,307,065 votes' - SME, Bratislava.




'The president is Andrej Kiska' - Pravda, Bratislava.




'"Gas princess" against "Chocolate king"' - Moskovskye Komsomolets, Moscow




'Journalism comes back home' - El Mundo, Madrid.




'A blow for Swedish football' - Svenska Dagbladet, Stockholm.




'Death ships sail on' - Hufvudstadsbladet, Helsinki.




'Our Roma in French castle' - Standdart, Sofia.




'Quitting the EU 'Would hit North and Midlands hardest' - The Independent, London.



'Europe does not want to annex Ukraine', says EPP's president Joseph Daul - România libera, Bucarest.

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