Death of Robert Badinter: extension of the collection of condolences to the Ministry of Justice

Faced with the large crowd, the Minister of Justice, Eric Dupond-Moretti, announced, on Sunday February 11, the extension of public access to the collection of condolences available in Paris to pay a final tribute to the former lawyer and guard of the seals Robert Badinter, died at 95

Death of Robert Badinter: extension of the collection of condolences to the Ministry of Justice

Faced with the large crowd, the Minister of Justice, Eric Dupond-Moretti, announced, on Sunday February 11, the extension of public access to the collection of condolences available in Paris to pay a final tribute to the former lawyer and guard of the seals Robert Badinter, died at 95.

Open from Friday at 7 p.m., shortly after the announcement of the death of Robert Badinter, the doors of the Chancellery, Place Vendôme in the 1st arrondissement, were to be open until Sunday 8 p.m.

National tribute Wednesday

While a long queue still stretched under the windows of the Ministry of Justice on Sunday, despite the rain, Eric Dupond-Moretti explained on the set of BFM-TV that the doors of the Chancellery would be open again from 6 p.m. Monday, as well as Tuesday.

A national tribute will then be paid on Wednesday to the father of the abolition of the death penalty in France in 1981, who died during the night from Thursday to Friday.