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Macron will take part in paying tribute to the Algerians who were massacred in 1961

October 15, 2021, 19: 6Paris, October 15 (Prinza Latina) The Elysee Palace today announced that Emmanuel Macron, the head of state of France who will pay tribute to the Algerians massacred in Paris in 1961, will become the first President of the Republic tomorrow.

In the midst of a tense situation in relations with Algeria, seeking respect for its sovereignty, Macron will be in Columbus to commemorate the victims of French repression in the fall of 1961. An unknown number of Algerians were killed by police, more than 200 cited with some evidence.

According to the president, the president will take an unprecedented step, acknowledging “bloody repression” except for the recognition of the Socialist Franois Hollande in 2012.

The government insisted that Macron reaffirm its commitment to the Stora report, which deals with the North African nation’s colonialism and war of independence.

According to the program of the ceremony, the head of state will wear an evening gown on a dock on the Seine River, towards the dumping of dead bodies of Algerians during the massacre 60 years ago.

The president’s intervention was not announced, but an official statement acknowledging what happened next is expected.

In March of this year, Macron ordered the classification of documents kept secret for more than 50 years during the Algerian War of Independence (1954-1962).

That month, the French president acknowledged the torture and assassination of Algerian pro-independence activist Ali P memndzெல்l in 1957, after which his death was commuted to suicide.

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