Saturday, January 24, 2015

Attacks: Valls Holland to receive victims’ families – Europe1

Attacks: Valls Holland to receive victims' families – Europe1

Europe 1

Europe 1

The president and the head of united government for the victims. Sunday meeting at the Elysee families of victims of the bombings Paris with Francois Hollande will be in the presence of Manuel Valls. Other ministers and Paris prosecutor will also be present, did he do here Saturday in the entourage of President

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In addition to the families and relatives of the 17 people killed in the Paris region in the attacks against the weekly Charlie Hebdo and a kosher store, the wounded and former hostages will be received in camera, from 11:00

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A speaking and informal exchanges Prime Minister will be present at this meeting, as well as several ministers, including Bernard Cazeneuve, Christiane Taubira, Fleur Pellerin, Segolene Royal, Francois Rebsamen. After a brief speech, the president will have informal discussions with attendees

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Speakers will secondly the Paris prosecutor Francois Molins, general secretary of the Department of Justice Eric Lucas, director of the Victims Guarantee Fund acts of terrorism and other offenses (FGTI) Nathalie Faussat but Françoise Rudetzki, delegated to terrorism within the National Federation of victims of attacks and collective disasters (Fenvac).

An intimate encounter rather than a national tribute . While a national tribute to all the victims, such as that delivered on January 13 killed four policemen had been mentioned time, it is ultimately a more intimate encounter that was favored.

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After consulting the families, the choice was made “a meeting at the Elysee for a time of sharing and exchange solidarity, “had recently said the head of state of the environment.


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