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Автор: Андрей


Франция объединяется после террористических актов 2015 года

Спустя ровно года после трагических событий, произошедших в здании французской редакции газеты Charlie Hebdo, некогда разрозненная Франция сейчас собирается для того, чтобы почтить память жертв и вновь объединиться для борьбы с терроризмом. Президент Франции, Франсуа Олланд заявил, что прошедший год был достаточно тяжелым и неоднозначным для Франции и ее народа. Четыре миллиона жителей Франции вышли на улицы в протесте против терроризма, а также чтобы почтить память жертв – но не только жертв исламистов в редакции Charlie Hebdo, но также погибших у еврейского базара и недавние жертвы в парижских терактах 13-ого ноября. Разрозненность только подогревалась недавними нападениями террористов в самое сердце Парижа, но сейчас французы намерены дать решительный отпор радикалам.

An employee of a printing house checks a copy of the latest edition of French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo near Paris

File picture of people holding panels to create an image depicting the eyes of Charb at a solidarity march in the streets of Paris

French President Hollande and Paris Mayor Hidalgo unveil a commemorative plaque during a ceremony at the site where policeman Ahmed Merabet was killed during the last year's January attack in Paris

Как сообщает Брис Теинтури, глава организации Ипсос во Франции, «такие явления как январские и ноябрьские нападения террористов на народ Франции только объединяет, усиливает народ. Но этого недостаточно для реализации полной меры противодействия мировому терроризму”. Кроме того, сейчас во Франции по всем ее уголкам активизируются специальные группы и политические формирования, препятствующие потокам мигрантов, а также пытающиеся установить достаточно жесткий гражданский контроль.

French police react after a ceremony to unveil a commemorative plaque at the site where policeman Ahmed Merabet was killed during the last year's January attack in Paris

French police and officials react during a ceremony to unveil a commemorative plaque at the site where policeman Ahmed Merabet was killed during the last year's January attack in Paris

The message "I am Ahmed" is painted on the ground during a ceremony to unveil a commemorative plaque at the site where policeman Ahmed Merabet was killed during the last year's January attack in Paris

Учитывая, что Париж, французская столица, остается до сих пор потрясенным после всех произошедших за год террористических атак, становится понятно, что консолидация и объединение французского народа остается достаточно острым вопросом, который надо решать быстро. Национальный Фронт, совокупности французский партий, борющихся за независимость культуры и нации во Франции, стремится доказать, что активное и масштабное препятствование миграции во Францию может самым положительным образом сказаться на будущих возможностях потенциальных террористов.

Copies of the latest edition of French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo are seen at a printing house near Paris

File picture of Hollande, Hidalgo and Valls at a ceremony in Paris

File picture of a person holding a placard in Strasbourg

A French soldier patrols after French President attended a ceremony to pay tribute to the victims of last year's January attacks outside the Hypercacher kosher supermarket in Paris

A view of the commemorative plaque unveiled by French President outside the Hypercacher kosher supermarket during a ceremony to pay tribute to the victims of last year's January attacks in Paris

A view of the commemorative plaque unveiled by French President outside the Hypercacher kosher supermarket during a ceremony to pay tribute to the victims of last year's January attacks in Paris

French President Hollande and Paris Mayor Hidalgo attend a ceremony to unveil a commemorative plaque at the site where policeman Ahmed Merabet was killed during the last year's January attack in Paris

French President Francois Hollande, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo and Prime Minister Manuel Valls look at a commemorative plaque during a ceremony at the site where a policeman was killed during the last year's January attack in Paris

French President Hollande and Paris Mayor Hidalgo greet the mother of Ahmed Merabet, the policeman who was killed during the last year's January attack, during a ceremony at the site in Paris

French President Hollande unveils a commemorative plaque outside the former offices of French weekly satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo during a ceremony to pay tribute to the victims of the last year's January attacks in Paris

French President Hollande and Paris Mayor Hidalgo greet the mother of Ahmed Merabet, the policeman who was killed during the last year's January attack, during a ceremony at the site in Paris

A commemorative plaque is seen during a ceremony at the site where policeman Ahmed Merabet was killed during the last year's January attack in Paris

French President Hollande, French Prime Minister Valls and Mayor of Paris Hidalgo stand at attention after unveiling a commemorative plaque outside the Hypercacher kosher supermarket in Paris

A wreath of flowers is seen during a ceremony to unveil a commemorative plaque to pay tribute to the victims of the last year's January attacks outside the former offices of French weekly satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris

French President Hollande unveils a commemorative plaque outside the former offices of French weekly satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo during a ceremony to pay tribute to the victims of the last year's January attacks in Paris

French President Hollande unveils a commemorative plaque outside the former offices of French weekly satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo during a ceremony to pay tribute to the victims of the last year's January attacks in Paris

Packed copies of the latest edition of French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo are seen at a printing house near Paris

An employee of a printing house checks a copy of the latest edition of French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo near Paris

An employee of a printing house checks a copy of the latest edition of French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo near Paris




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