Currently in France there has been a huge increase in the number of people losing their jobs. The economy is not very stable at the moment. People are relying more and more on food banks. Accident and Emergency departments are currently on strike, while doctors have also joined the fight for their rights and refuse to work, including pharmacists.

However with regards to the economic system, it will be very difficult for the French people as France has huge debt, which will result in more layoffs and job losses. It remains to be seen whether there will be a possible economic recovery.

In 2015 one could see more risk of attacks from extremists. Towards the end of 2014 there have already been attacks on the French people, particularly against both the Jewish and Christian communities.

Furthermore, the French president will continue to press forward his reforms on health, resulting in more misery for thousands of people who are seriously ill, and in need of urgent medical care. The redistribution of the regions will finally be resolved as the government plans to cut the number of regions in France, making the regional council easier to manage.

On the other hand, the former French President has started to make his return to politics, with Nicolas Sarkozy being re-elected as head of his party. Many people regret their previous vote, and so it will most probably be likely that he could well be the next president of France.

It will most certainly be an interesting year to come with more upheavals and strife as ever, hitting all countries. We can only wait and see how it will all evolve.

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