La gaffe d'Yves Leterme

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Pour ceux qui, comme moi, étaient en vacances pendant ce 21 juillet, voici un résumé de la gaffe d'Yves Leterme qui a une fois de plus fait briller la Belgique partout dans le monde ...



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Financial Times, UK - Jul 27, 2007
Belgium’s prime minister-in-waiting, Yves Leterme, showed why this was such a bad idea at his country’s national day celebrations last week. ...

Courrier International, France - Jul 23, 2007
Yves Leterme, Belgium's future Prime Minister, made a blunder on Saturday July 21st, the Belgian national holiday. When journalists asked him to sing the ...


ImediNews, Georgia - Jul 26, 2007
BRUSSELS, July 25 (UPI) — Belgian politician Yves Leterme is now an Internet sensation after video of him singing the wrong national anthem has received ...

Wall Street Journal - Jul 25, 2007
When Yves Leterme was asked on national day whether he could sing his country's anthem, he intoned the lines that are famous around the world: "Allons ...

Times Online, UK - Jul 23, 2007
Yves Leterme has not yet been officially sworn in but has already lost the confidence of half his country after reciting the opening lines of the ...

Daily Times, Pakistan - Jul 24, 2007
Yves Leterme burst into the opening line of France’s anthem La Marseillaise after TV reporters asked if he knew Belgium’s La Brabanconne. ...


International Herald Tribune, France - Jul 22, 2007
Yves Leterme, the head of the Flemish Christian Democrat party trying to form a coalition government, broke into the French anthem 'La Marseillaise' when ...

Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - Jul 24, 2007
Yves Leterme, a centre-right politician from the Flemish half of the small European state, joined other political leaders to celebrate his country's ...

Cape Times (subscription), South Africa - Jul 22, 2007
BRUSSELS: Belgium's likely new prime minister, Yves Leterme, cut a poor figure on the country's national day on Saturday, when he could not explain the ...

... Bravo monsieur Leterme ...

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