A left-wing icon since its 2013 law on marriage for all, defended with bravery and panache. Back under the sun of her native Guyana, Christiane Taubira, 70 years old next February, could have continued to surf on her aura and this societal revolution, marker of the quinquennium Holland. In addition to the law (2001) which bears his name and which made France the first country in the world to recognize slavery as a crime against humanity (even if the implementation of this text remains limited).
Since leaving the Ministry of Justice on a bicycle and with a crash in 2016, after four hectic years, the Guyanese has been more than discreet on the public scene. In Paris, Christiane Taubira, passionate about literature, came here above all to promote her works (Murmurs to Youth, 2016, thorn night, 2019…).
A month ago, in a three-minute video, she is…