It is 1 pm when Marlène Schiappa presses an orange "buzzer", under the eyes of the philosopher Raphaël Enthoven and the essayist Caroline Fourest to launch her "
major public consultation on secularism",
which targets young people in particular.
We are not on a televised set, but at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (Cnam), this temple of science and technology founded after the Revolution.
An ideal place to launch, in front of an audience made up mainly of journalists, its "general assembly of secularism".
The Minister in charge of Citizenship had made known this initiative two days earlier, in an interview with the
Journal du dimanche
An ad "
out of nowhere
", if we are to believe many specialists in the subject, who say "
fall from the clouds
The day before this launch, it was also very difficult, at CNAM, to provide the program of the "
high-level conference between intellectuals of all sensibilities"
, promised by the minister.
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