While the Senate has just voted unanimously on the law which provides for the transfer to Benin and Senegal of theoretically inalienable works of our heritage, its committee on culture, education and communication has just split from an angry tweet (accompanied by a communicated) to denounce the latest bad blow struck by the President of the Republic to the collections of French museums.
The latter has in fact ordered the Army Museum to deposit in Madagascar, pending a forthcoming “restitution” which should be the subject of a new law, therefore, the crowning of the canopy of Queen Ranavalona III . We were the first to reveal this claim to the Malagasy power of an object that was first presented against all evidence, like a crown …
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