What is the Journal Officiel?

Connexion sometimes mentions the Journal Officiel – what is this and who publishes it? B.M.

The Journal Officiel de la République Française, or JO, is a daily French government publication that lists all the new national laws and decrees, as well as senior government job vacancies, and legal notices such as changes of name and acquisition of French nationality (some publications with personal information require permission to access them).

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