Wednesday, May 27, 2015

LIVE. Follow the historic day of “Pantheon” of … – Le Parisien

May 27, 2015, 1:53 p.m. | Updated: May 27, 2015, 5:16 p.m.

The last kind of ceremony date of 1996 for the entry of André Malraux. President François Hollande has everything for that day marks history.

On Wednesday, four heroes of the Resistance are entering the Pantheon. Geneviève de Gaulle-Anthonioz, Pierre Brossolette, Germaine Tillion Jean Zay and therefore personalities will join the 73 already buried (71 “honored”) on St. Genevieve, in the 5th arrondissement of Paris.

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February 21, 2014 Announcing the choice last of “his” four “panthéonisés,” the Head of State had emphasized that the anthropologist Germaine Tillion represented to him “equality between men and women, between cultures, between peoples”. Geneviève De Gaulle Anthonioz, founder of ATD Fourth World and niece of General de Gaulle, “is brotherhood” with “the poor, the forgotten, the marginalized, relegated them,” he continued. The intellectual and journalist Pierre Brossolette, “is freedom” of the one who committed suicide without speaking after two days of torture by the Gestapo. As for Jean Zay, Minister of Education of the Popular Front, assassinated in June 1944 by militias, “is secularism,” but also “the Republic, the school of the Republic”.

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5:15 p.m.. The “Lament partisan” sounds , performed by the choir of the French army.

5:10 p.m.. The four resistant arrive on the square. Students from schools with the names of four honored accompanied the coffins.

17.05. The acclaimed coffins. The procession moves towards the Pantheon. The audience applauds.

5:03 p.m.. Holland between Valls and Larcher. Belkacem and Royal next door. The president moved opposite the Pantheon waiting for the coffins. To his right, Prime Minister Manuel Valls, President of the Assembly Claude Bartolone (PS) and the Minister of the Environment Segolene Royal. To his left, Senate President Gerard Larcher (UMP) and the Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, and Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem.

17 hours. Francois Hollande arrives. President of the Republic, MC, pass the salute. La Marseillaise rang. He walks to the Pantheon.

4:50 p.m.. The procession share. The four coffins, two of which are empty, leaving one behind the other in the direction of the court from the Pantheon.

4:40 p.m.. Sarkozy will not come. According to France Info, the head of the UMP was invited along with other presidents Nicolas Sarkozy but has indicated, via a letter to families, it would not present on site, due to an appointment already scheduled and has not been canceled.

16:30. Rue Soufflot blocked. The people massed on both sides of the street leading from the Sorbonne to the Pantheon, where the coffins will pass.

4:15 p.m.. The coffins will arrive just before the speech of Holland. The coffins, who spent the night at the Sorbonne in military custody, will be transferred to the court of the Pantheon about 17 hours, with a procession of 144 people.

16 hours. Thousand guests are expected to attend the official ceremony, the day after a ceremony at the Paris Sorbonne University, with the relatives of the honored.

VIDEO. “Pantheon” of four resistant: a carefully ceremony

3:35 p.m.. The “irreversible resistance.” “In honoring Geneviève de Gaulle-Anthonioz, Pierre Brossolette, Germaine Tillion and Jean Zay, the Republic makes the irreversible resistance,” said the perch from the President of the National Assembly, Claude Bartolone before the Chamber does get up to cheer.

15:30. Bartolone honors Jean Zay in the Assembly. The socialist president of the National Assembly refers to roost “the special figure” of Jean Zay, “which was one of us”, at the opening of the session of questions to the government. Jean Zay, a photo was installed on the seat he had held as radical deputy, was a “great minister” of Education, hi Claude Bartolone recalling that he was “murdered in the back by three of his countrymen, “members of the Militia of Vichy.

3:25 p.m.. Two coffins are empty. Germaine Tillion and Geneviève de Gaulle-Anthonioz will make their entrance “symbolically”. On the one hand because it are women, but also because their remains will not be truly present. For the families of these two great female figures of the Resistance got the spoils are not transferred to Paris in order not to be separated from their loved ones.

3:15 p.m.. Finally more women. Francois Hollande wants to make its contribution to the construction of parity in the Pantheon. But even adding Geneviève de Gaulle-Anthonioz and Germaine Tillion, balance will be restored only (5.3% women). Only two women are already there, Marie Curie, Nobel Prize in Physics and Chemistry for his studies on radioactivity, and Sophie Berthelot, for which there was no decree pantheonization. Science itself is the first woman to enter the Pantheon but there is really only because she is the wife of the chemist and politician Marcellin Berthelot.

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77 buried personalities honored 75

 Before the arrival of resistant Pierre Brossolette, Jean Zay, Geneviève de Gaulle-Anthonioz and Germaine Tillion, seventy-three personalities were buried – actually or symbolically – the Pantheon. But two of them were not “honored” by decree. They are there in their capacity as father and wife of two “honored” Sophie Berthelot, first woman to enter the Pantheon, as a woman of Marcellin Berthelot, and Marc Schoelcher, as a father of Victor Schoelcher. The number of honorees thus climbs to 75 and the number buried at 77.

15 hours. Ask for the program! This is the sound of the “Lament of the party” performed by the choir of the French army, the four coffins carried by Republican Guards arrive on the square of the Pantheon, at 17:20 precise , from the nearby Sorbonne, where they were met yesterday for a public vigil. In their wake, a procession of 144 relatives, durable, high school students, students … Then Francois Hollande will deliver a 45-minute long speech to celebrate these individuals who “have carried high the values ​​of the Republic”.

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