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Makram Akrout, a 12th arrondissement baker won the price of the best baguette in Paris. In accordance with tradition, the baker had to provide the elysee bread for one year. But posts hostile to France published on his Facebook page resurfaced, forcing the Elysee to turn around. The baker ensures that his account had been hacked and filed a complaint. Dominique ANRACT, the President of the National Bakery Bakery Construction, reacted Wednesday at Dimitri Pavlenko's microphone.
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"it's unfortunate to have hateful comments Because the baker who is crowned in Paris goes up and will be known and he takes the entire profession with him, "said Dominique Anract, who does not pronounce on the responsibility or not of Makram Akrout. "It must be probative. But do not mix everything: politics, religion and this profession. The bakery, it is the sharing. Buddy, it comes from the word share the bread. The social bond we defend does not go with that ".
The representative of the profession also called on the young people to become a baker. A profession devalued wrongly and offers interesting careers, according to him.
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