As part of the commemoration of the thirtieth anniversary of the disappearance of Gaston Monnerville, Senator from Lot, President of the Senate from 1947 to 1968 and Chairman of the General Council from 1951 to 1970, the parliamentary channel Public Senate filmed in the Lot on Monday 11 October on the one who was a politician with an extraordinary fate.
During this day, Angèle Préville, Senator of Lot and Théo Belaubre, young elected Lotois, discussed together the local anchorage of Gaston Monnerville.
In the morning in Saint-Céré, in the afternoon in Sousceyrac in the canton of which he was the general councilor of 1949 in 1973, Angèle Préville and Théo Belaubre evoked, with Jean-Pierre Boucard, former general councilor of the historic canton, and Marcel Piotte, deputy mayor of the town, the figure of the one who, originally from Guyana, created such a strong link with the Lot and opened the way to diversity in politics.
The program, “Gast on Monnerville, a republican heritage “, will be broadcast on the parliamentary channel Public Senate.
The Gaston Monnerville exhibition” Combat pour les Libertés “, seen by more than 300 000 visitors, is presented at the Grange in Sousceyrac en Quercy du 14 to 23 October from 14 hours to 18 hours on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the disappearance of this great man.