French Prime Minister Jean Castex, second left, and Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer, second right, observe a minute of silence for slain history teacher Samuel Paty, Monday Nov. 2, 2020 at a school in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, northwest of Paris. French schools reopened Monday for the first time since the beheading of a teacher who opened a class debate on free speech by showing students caricatures of the prophet of Islam, in mourning and under tight security for a national homage. Samuel Paty was killed on Oct. 16 outside this school by an 18-year-old refugee of Chechen origin to punish him for showing the caricatures published by the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. (Thomas Coex, Pool via AP)

Stor debatt om ytringsfridom i Frankrike

SamfunnOver heile Frankrike heldt skulane denne veka eitt minutts stille for å heidre læraren Samuel Paty. Han vart drepen i oktober. Drapet har utløyst ein stor debatt om ytringsfridom. For å lese artikkelen må du ha abonnement på Munin.buzz. Bestill her

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Over heile Frankrike heldt skulane denne veka eitt minutts stille for å heidre læraren Samuel Paty. Han vart drepen i oktober. Drapet har utløyst ein stor debatt om ytringsfridom.
For å lese artikkelen må du ha abonnement på Munin.buzz. Bestill her

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