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noel mamere actualité et revue de presse noel mamere du 14/09/2007 20:21:19 :
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  Boston.com / News / Special reports / Gay Marriage / French lawmaker presides over gay marriage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Noel Mamere, mayor of Begles, near Bordeaux, officiated at the June 5 marriage between two men -- France's first gay wedding -- saying he wanted to take a step toward ending discrimination of all kinds.
Mamere wore the blue, white and red sash of the French Republic when he married the couple.
The interior minister said Mamere's case was all the more serious because he "willingly aggravated the fault he committed" by defying the law despite numerous requests that he forego the marriage ceremony and by "giving widespread publicity" to the wedding.
www.boston.com /news/specials/gay_marriage/articles/2004/06/15/french_lawmaker_presides_over_gay_marriage?mode=PF   (512 words)

  
 GMax - News: French govt moves to punish mayor over gay wedding   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Noel Mamere, mayor of the suburb of Begles in the southwestern city of Bordeaux and a leading figure in the opposition Greens party, celebrated the wedding of 31-year-old shopworker Bertrand Charpentier and 34-year-old nurse Stephane Chapin in a blaze of publicity at the municipal building where he works.
Mamere, he said, "decided, in contradiction with the rules of the civil code...
The decision by Mamere – a former television presenter – to go ahead with Saturday's ceremony was the focus of intense media attention in France.
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 Boston.com / News / World / Europe / Pre-Nuptial Jitters Before First French Gay Wedding   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Iconoclastic Green leader Noel Mamere declared he will go ahead with the planned June 5 wedding of two homosexual men despite a warning from the Bordeaux public prosecutor that he could not perform it without approval from a court.
French Justice Minister Dominique Perben reiterated that mono-sex matrimony was illegal in France and the marriage in the town of Begles near Bordeaux would be invalid.
Mamere dismissed this as a legal ruse that violated European law, which he said did not rule out gay marriages.
www.boston.com /news/world/europe/articles/2004/05/27/pre_nuptial_jitters_before_first_french_gay_wedding   (466 words)

  
 French mayor faces suspension over first gay wedding -- Queer Lesbian Gay News -- Gay.com
Mamere married Bertrand Charpentier, 31, and Stephane Chapin, 34, in the Bordeaux-suburb town of Begles on June 5, in front of the world's press, conservative opponents and local gay ri
Mamere married Bertrand Charpentier, 31, and Stephane Chapin, 34, in the Bordeaux-suburb town of Begles on June 5, in front of the world's press, conservative opponents and local gay rights activists.
Since Mamere went ahead with the ceremony, Interior Minister Dominique de Villepin went on record against the mayor and began proceedings against him that could result in a 1,500-Euro fine and a 30-day suspension of his duties.
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 Gay marriage spreads to France [Archive] - Prison Talk
Noel Mamere, mayor of the town of Begles in south west France, has said he will conduct the ceremony for the two men in June, after finding no laws in the country that could block it.
Mamere told the Reuters news agency it is "unacceptable" that lesbian and gay people do not have full equality when it comes to marriage, saying that in the European Union there is "nothing extraordinary" about same-sex marriages.
Mamer, who is also a parliamentary deputy for the Green Party, had apparently already broached the subject, telling residents of his town that if they wanted to get married they just needed to ask him.
www.prisontalk.com /forums/archive/index.php/t-59722.html   (2226 words)

  
 Mayor stirs gay marriage debate in France -- Queer Lesbian Gay News -- Gay.com
Noel Mamere, the French mayor who wants to marry same-sex couples in his Bordeaux town, has been ordered to stop offering his services by the local authorities.
Mamere had promised to marry any same-sex couples who came to him in the town of Begles.
But the couple who were due to marry may now have to postpone their wedding, after the public prosecutor for Bordeaux, Bertrand de Loze, sent Mamere a fax banning him from conducting the ceremony.
www.gay.com /news/article.html?2004/05/27/1   (481 words)

  
 Southern Voice Online
French politician Noel Mamere’s announcement last month that he will officiate at the country’s first gay marriage ceremony has ignited a national controversy over gay unions.
Noel Mamere, leader of the small leftist Green Party and a member of the French Parliament, said last month he will officiate at the nation’s first gay marriage ceremony, according to the Times.
Mamere also is mayor of the town of Begles and will use that title to unite two men in a marriage June 5, the newspaper reported.
www.southernvoice.com /2004/5-28/news/worldnews/wibs.cfm   (906 words)

  
 French Mayor Threatened Over Gay Wedding - Newsweek: World News - MSNBC.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Serge Dassault, the owner of the conservative French daily Le Figaro and also a small-town mayor, wrote an op-ed accusing people like Mamere of attempting to “destroy the basis of our society.” The country’s conservative government is also opposed to same-sex marriages, while France’s Socialist opposition is divided on the issue.
Mamere’s ceremony could set a trend: other Green, Socialist and Communist mayors say they are now ready to preside over gay marriages.
The couple scheduled to be married this weekend, identified only as Stephane and Bertrand, apparently have gone into hiding after telling RTL television that they were calm but "a bit afraid" because of all the publicity.
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 In Europe's Eyes, Americans Become Uglier And Uglier
Mamere, an outspoken though hardly extreme member of the French Parliament, has devoted an entire book to his argument that America is a worrisome society.
And, like Mamere, many members of Europe's political, cultural and intellectual elite are using a kind of moral calculator to deplore the American model as severely wanting.
Mamere's book, written with Olivier Warin, has not been published in America, nor does he expect it to be.
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 BBC NEWS | World | Europe | First gay marriage held in France
Noel Mamere officiated at the civil marriage ceremony of two men in the south-western town of Begles, near Bordeaux.
Mr Mamere agreed to carry out the marriage of shopworker Bertrand Charpentier, 31, and male nurse Stephane Chapin, 34, because, he said, he wanted to fight all forms of discrimination, including homophobia.
Mr Mamere said he was "proud" of having officiated at the wedding and added: "I don't consider myself an outlaw."
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/world/europe/3779313.stm   (323 words)

  
 Gay Marriage and Angry Conservatives
The couple, one dressed in white and one in fl, swapped rings, hugs and kisses at a ceremony in the town hall of Begles in southwestern France which prompted a rally of support by drag queens and a protest by conservatives.
Mayor Noel Mamere, who is leading an assault on traditional family values, defied Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin to wed the two men.
Mayor Noel Mamere is a member of the Green Party, wouldn’t you know.
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 French mayor suspended for gay rites - Same-Sex Marriage - MSNBC.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Derrick Ceyrac / pool via AP French Green Party politician and Begles Mayor Noel Mamere, in a photo from June 5, when he married a gay couple at city hall in Begles, France.
Noel Mamere, mayor of Begles, near Bordeaux, officiated at the June 5 marriage between two men — France’s first gay wedding — saying he wanted to take a step toward ending discrimination of all kinds.
There was no immediate comment from the politician — well known as a political provocateur — but his lawyer, Caroline Mecary, said she would file two motions, to annul the decision and to suspend its execution.
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