This was never known. But when he stays at the fort of Brégançon (Var), Emmanuel Macron likes to pass the monumental door of the chartreuse de la Verne. In this monastery, located on a rocky promontory in the heart of the Massif des Maures, still live about thirty sisters set back from the tumults of the world. A visit as a ritual, which the president honors every summer in all discretion. What does he look for behind these thick walls? The question resonates, while this Saturday the head of state will attend the mass given by the pope at the Stadium-Velodrome.
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