Decisions in the Serres d’Auteuil or Samaritaine cases raised the fear that the use of heritage protection associations in the Council of State – an institution where there is no equivalent in other democratic countries – is certainly doomed to failure. Fortunately, common sense and legislation seem to triumph for a while in a much-discussed case, but we had not really been treated in The Tribune of Art (except here) to be able to investigate early enough: the construction of Beynac’s derivation, in the Périgord. In fact, in a judgment of 28 December 2018, the Conseil d’État considered that this project was not responding to a compelling reason of overriding public interest, it seems likely that in the state of the investigation serious doubts would arise as to the legality of the contested decree “and therefore decided that the decree of the prefect of the Dordogne of 29 January 2018, authorizing the works, was suspended.
After the suspension of the work of this deviation by the Council of State on Friday, the initiator, Germinal Peiro, confirms that it will continue the legal battle. The history of the case shows that he has often made a personal history.
The “Ceausescu of the Dordogne” MP PS Germinal Peiro expects to work with his daughter
The “Ceausescu of the Dordogne” MP Germinal Peiro returned to the controversy about the “Penelope Gate”. For the black Périgord MP who has his daughter working as a parliamentary attaché, it is important to know whether these “people are working”
The “Ceausescu of the Dordogne” Germinal Peiro expects to work with his daughter
“My wife had a real job … and I will explain it with justice” François Fillon always defends the reality of his wife’s work. The chained duck had revealed a few days ago that Pénélope Fillon had been paid for years as parliamentary assistant to