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Entertainment: "Shame on the authors of this stain": the political class condemns the degradations of Mont-Valerian

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  « Honte aux auteurs de cette souillure » : la classe politique condamne les dégradations du Mont-Valérien © Copyright 2021, the Obs

on the night of Sunday to this Monday, December 13, the Mount-Valerian Memorial was Gradient by a "anti pass" graffiti, with the two drawn "S" to look like the acronym SS, announced the authorities. According to the police, the registration on the fighter france memorial is 50 meters long.

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This deterioration was firmly condemned by Emmanuel Macron, who invoked in the middle of the day on Twitter "an insult in memory of our heroes and the memory of the nation" .

"Suspose this sacred place of the Republic is to harm what unites us. The authors will be found then judged, "commented on the head of state.

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"Unbearable degradation"

"unsustainable degradations have been carried out on the site of Mont-Valerien this morning. They are an insult to the memories of men shot in this place and those inhumed there. No totalitarian and obscurantist expression will never have its place, "has reacted the official account of the highlights of the Ministry of the Armies in Île-de-France.

Damien Abad, President of the LR Group at the National Assembly judged these "scandalous" graffiti.

"The degradations of Mont-Valerian, high place of resistance, are in no way justifiable. This site of memory and meditation in honor of our deaths must be preserved against the counterfeitaries of history that combine indignity and inculture.

"Shame on the authors of this ignoble defilement. That's where the trivialization of revisionism leads, "said the communist candidate Fabien Roussel, recalling that Mont-Valerien was during the occupation a place of resistance and hostages, including Gabriel.

A complaint soon filed

The Minister Delegate to Memory and Veterans Geneviève Darrieussecq announced wanting to file a complaint. "Scandalous anti-pass degradations of the monument of Fightening France at Mont-Valerien tonight. I'm revolted. No cause justifies that we are affecting this unique place of our national memory. It's unforgivable. We will file a complaint, "she wrote on social networks.

The Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo has announced to associate with the complaint filed by the State. "I condemn with the greatest firmness the degradations committed on Mont-Valerian. It is intolerable to profany the memory of those who fought for our freedom, "reacted the socialist candidate.

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