At a conference at the French Senate
At clearance sunglasses for men a conference at the French Senate last week on Algerian independence, a woman tried to shout down a leading expert on the Harkis, Fatima Besnaci-Lancou, who briefly broke into tears. At the approach of the cease-fire anniversary in March, Algeria's powerful National Organization of Mujahideen, those who fought in the war, tried to re-energize a bill languishing in parliament that would condemn France's colonial past. That bill was an apparent response to a clearance oakly sun glasses law passed by the French parliament in 2005 requiring textbooks to show the "positive role" France played in its former colonies. Then-President Jacques Chirac later rescinded it. A statement in March by Algeria's National Liberation Front, or FLN, the direct heir of the organization that fought the French – and Algeria's ruling party for nearly three decades – put forth its "immutable position:" France must acknowledge "its crimes against Algerians." At an exhibition hall at the French Army Museum in Paris, under the roof of the gold-domed Invalides where Napoleon is buried, there is a quiet effort under way to clearance Oakley own up to one rarely spoken truth.