Over a thousand heritage specialists invite the President of the Republic to avoid "precipitation"in the restoration of the cathedral of Notre-Dame and not to break free of the rules of protection of the inheritance, in a tribune published in the site of Figaro.
"Let's not erase the complexity of thinking that should surround this site behind an efficient display", calling 1,170 conservatives, architects and professors French and foreigners in this text posted Sunday, while Emmanuel Macron promised to rebuild within five years the jewel of Gothic art partially destroyed by a fire that two weeks ago.
"We will have time to find the right path and then, yes, set an ambitious deadline for an exemplary restoration"they argue.
The signatories, including the national monuments curator Laurent Alberti, criticize the government's choice to go through this bill for a bill that allows derogations from patrimonial protection rules.
O "choice"for the restoration of the monument must be done"for having a scrupulous and careful approach to ethics"they add on this podium, titled"Mr. Speaker, do not give up on heritage specialists! ".
Several voices in the world of culture, including host Stéphane Bern and former Minister of Culture Jack Lang, also expressed concern about these derogations. it was notIn any case, derogate from the fundamental principles of heritage protection."The rules, for derogations"are very delineated"and the explanatory statement of the law"specifically applies to the legislation applicable to the vicinity of monuments, not the monuments themselves", he says.