Patrick Savater, founder of Momon Papa Lé La ., has passed away

The founder of the Momon Papa Lé La Association passed away on Friday, May 27, 2022 due to a prolonged illness. For more than twenty years, he has been committed to helping the island’s poorest residents.

The founder of the Momon Papa Lé La Association, Patrick Savater, passed away at the age of 61 on Friday, May 27, 2022. He was an early activist in Reunion, and for many years worked against instability.

Watch the report from Réunion La 1ère:

In 2004, Patrick Savatier created Momon Papa Lé La to help those who need it most. A look at the committed life of this tireless union activist.

The funeral service will take place at Prima Funeral Center on Friday, May 27, 2022, from 3 pm, and the blessing will take place in the church at the same location at 2 pm on Saturday, May 28, followed by cremation.

Patrick Savater wasVery sick and hospitalized for several months”, according to Jean-Charles Nago, technical supervisor at the association and close friend of Patrick Savatier.We had high hopes that he would come out of it, but this morning the bad news faded, and it only got worse“, he continued.

It is a monument to union life and mutual aid that departs. We are overwhelmed with shock. We don’t know how we would do without him, for he was a mentor of many to people, and he was my mentor. He saved families, fought to eradicate poverty, and even if he’s at the top now, we’ll continue his fight. I saw him shoot when no one believed in him, but he believed in people. He was a very nice and loving person.

Jean-Charles Nago’s reaction to Réunion La 1ère:

Patrick Savatier dies: Jean-Charles Nago guest magazine

On Friday morning, relatives and members of Momon Baba Lee La la expressed their grief over the disappearance of this convicted man. “Li do a lot of money help, especially those who need it mostSaid Wilson, one of them.It’s thanks to me today a little bit, but I was able to manage lessreaction.

Tristan Rhodes, the Momon Baba Lee La member whom Patrick Savatier considered his right arm, is also affected by the sad news. “Knowing that he has left us, we don’t know what will happen to the Assembly in the coming days. I hope it enlightens us from above‘ whispered Tristan.

The Momon Papa Lé La Association was founded over twenty years ago in Saint-André, to help many needy people. Patrick Savater has been at the helm since 2004. In particular, he has set up a Solidarity House in Slasi to welcome free people who have nowhere to go, and regularly organizes solidarity distributions of furniture, but also of food for people in distress in all areas of the island.

A look back at Patrick Savatier’s journey in the Réunion La 1ère report:

In 2004, Patrick Savatier created Momon Papa Lé La to help those who need it most. A look at the committed life of this tireless union activist.

No one is safe from an accident in lifePatrick Sabatier said.We are only carriers of the generosity of others. Every day we go looking for furniture, linen and crockery everywhere, which we redistribute for freeHe explained a few years ago during a report dedicated to the work of Momon Baba Le La and several volunteers at Réunion La 1ère.

The world would not change if we all lived alone, as we do, if we lived in a state of jealousy and jealousy. The world cannot turn out like this. We have come to the end of this world.

From Patrick Savatir and Momon Papa Lee La

Patrick Savatier also experimented with politics: in 2007, he ran for legislative elections in the 5th district, winning 3.02% of the votes cast in the first round.

In March 2011, the union activist also sought a seat on the General Council, a candidate for cantonal elections, in the canton of San Andrés 2.

Then, in July 2018, he made another attempt at legislative elections, this time in the 7th District after Thierry Robert resigned from her position. “I want to be one of those who will surely kick out businessmen of all stripes who are only defending their own interests. Being a “father’s son” or a “brother” is no longer sufficient to be a candidate”, Then he said. It was without naming that he wished to run for deputy, before finally withdrawing his candidacy and endorsing that of Jean-François Nativille.

Leave a Comment