French immigration reform : President François Hollande has already criticized his Prime Minister for the proposals submitted on integration in France - reports which, according to Le Figaro, were the result of the collaboration of ten French government ministers and 250 other people.
The right-leaning Le Figaro blasted the French administration's proposals on immigration, while the left-leaning Le Monde limited itself to observing a certain confusion within the executive branch of the French government.
As if, one might say, one hand doesn't want to admit to what it asked the other hand to do.
Why the psychodrama? What is in the reports? The best approach is probably just to read them for yourself. Here are, then, the five reports that are causing such consternation. I downloaded them from the French government's official site http://www.gouvernement.fr/presse/refondation-de-la-politique-d-integration-releve-de-conclusions on December 15, 2013.
(I mention that in case they disappear are modified or even retracted at some time in the future.)
I assume that this information is supposed to be publicly disseminated because the government published the reports in downloadable PDF from on its own site.