“In the US if you’re found to have a mistress, you’re out,” Haski said. “If Strauss-Kahn has a mistress, I don’t care. If he has done something more serious that would affect his capacity as a public figure, that’s where the line should be drawn. We haven’t done our job properly on Strauss-Kahn. But what I fear is that this scandal could lead us into bedroom politics, which I would hate.”
Sun, May 22, 2011 - Page 9 News List
French question if politicians’ secrets must be kept
France’s journalists respect the private lives of the powerful, but in light of the Strauss-Kahn case, the veil might be lifted
By Elaine Sciolino / NY Times News Service, PARIS
This story has been viewed 3012 times.
Comments will be moderated. Remarks containing abusive and obscene language, personal attacks of any kind or promotion will be removed and the user banned.
Listing from 2015-10-06 to 2015-10-13
- Most read
- Most e-mailed
1Graduates lacking desired skills: ETS
2Oil climbs on weak US dollar, Middle East worries
3KMT to hold congress on ousting Hung
4British food critic Tom Parker Bowles gives Taiwan’s food scene rave review
5Fight dengue fever with Sun Tzu’s ‘The Art of War’