Bernadette Chirac's letter to the mayor of Cannes for her gesture after the death of her husband
Jacques Chirac died on September 26. The following day, David Lisnard, mayor Les Républicains de Cannes, had installed a register of condolences in his town hall, available to its citizens, the daily newspaper Nice Matin reminded Friday before announcing that the initiative had put a balm on the heart to the ex-first lady. After the elected official sent her this register, she indeed sent him a letter.
"It is with very great emotion that I received the register of condolences made available, thanks to you, to the people of Cannes. At the moment when my family and I are so painfully tested by the death of Jacques, these marks of affection, friendship and loyalty go straight to our hearts, "she said at first. & nbsp;
"I would be very grateful to you for being my interpreter, to all those who have expressed their support for us, to tell them how deeply the sweetness of their words touches us."
Bernadette Chirac particularly praised the words of David Lisnard: "Know that your glowing remarks about my husband and his action moved us extremely and they are a great comfort to us. Find here the expression of our very big gratitude. "
After the death of the former President of the Republic, the Mayor of Cannes had celebrated a "warm man, with contagious charismatic energy", praised the attachment of the deceased "to the influence of France in the world" and to the preservation of & nbsp; "the republican unity of the country". & nbsp; & nbsp;