The opening ceremony of Olympic Games in Paris On the banks of sign It will be “ready by the end of the year,” he declared. Thierry Reboul, Director of Ceremonies of Organizing Committee, in a round table held this Tuesday. “By the end of the year we will be ready,” he declared on a sports day as the subject of debate.
This Olympic ceremony, the first of its kind on a river and outside a stadium, represented an organizational and security challenge, and its artistic aspect was kept secret.
“1.5 billion television viewers are expected,” he declared with Serge Boulanger, security officer in charge of the Olympic Games at police headquarters in Paris. “The first camera plan was drawn up the day before yesterday,” Reboul explained, and “one hundred and thirty cameras” will film the D-Day ceremony.
The particularity of this show is that there will be paying spectators on the lower quays of the Seine and hundreds of thousands of people on the upper quays who will be able to attend free of charge.
The exact number is still unknown: it was initially set at 100,000 paid seats and 500,000 free seats, and has been the subject of much discussion and even conflict between the Paris City Council, the organizing committee and the police prefecture.
“We are in the finalization phase with Paris-2024 and the Paris City Council,” Boulanger explained, adding that a specific number will be given “in the coming weeks.” To attend, although it is free, you must reserve a place through the ticket sales system established by the French Ministry of the Interior.
Source: La Verdad
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