Review Stéphanie Colonna will ask Yvan Colonna's lawyers to enforce “the wishes of her children and [her]self”
< img class="aligncenter" src="/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/corsenbsp-la-veuve-dyvan-colonna-disapproves-nbsples-eventsnbsp-organized-in-the-name-of-the-militant-d9d945a.jpg" alt="Corsica: The widow of Yvan Colonna disapproves of “the events” organized in the name of the activist" />
A rally in memory of Yvan Colonna , in Ajaccio on April 3, 2022 (illustration). — Fanny Hamard
Stéphanie Colonna's focus is particularly clear. Widow of fatally assaulted independence activist to Arles prison in March, clarified Monday in a statement; that the “events organized in the name of Yvan Colonna” did not have his “approval”.
“As the widow of Yvan Colonna, I would like to alert all supporters and nationalist activists that the demonstrations and other events organized in the name of Yvan to “honor” his memory, are in no way organized with my approval or that of his children  ;”, writes Stéphanie Colonna in this brief press release. revealed by RCFM radio.
Evil-intentioned “pseudo organizers”
She had married the independence activist in March 2011 to Fresnes prison (Val-de-Marne) and they had a son born together. in December 2011. Yvan Colonna, who was serving a prison sentence at perpetuity to the prison of Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône) for the assassination of the prefect Claude Erignac when he was arrested fatally assaulted by a fellow prisoner, had another son from a previous union.
These demonstrations and events “are, in fact, only pretexts to the initiative of “pseudo” ill-intentioned organizers wanting, or to gain notoriety; (politics) or money,” what events it refers to. “From this day on, Yvan’s lawyers will do what they have to. to ensure that the wishes of her children and myself are respected,” she adds.
Monday evening, Stéphane Colonna, the brother of the independence activist who had not shared of message for a week, has as for agrave; tweeted him in Corsican language: “8 months for some “Christ is dead, the light is extinguished”.” He also shared the message of a young Corsican girl calling for “waking up fast” and at to “fight for justice.” This weekend, the initials “YC” have notably been discoveries on a house damaged by two explosions Santa-Maria-di-Lota (Haute-Corse).
The death of Yvan Colonna had caused in March and April several weeks of often violent protests in Corsica. Since then, the government has started with the Corsican elected officials, discussions on the future of the island, in particular institutional.