From the alleys of the Père-Lachaise cemetery, “the International” resounds. The music stops, Christian Rodriguez, a Chilean councilor from Jean-Luc Melenchon, shouts in Spanish: “Comrade Bernard Pinerol ! The crowd, made up of nearly 400 activists, replied, still in Spanish: “Forever! », three times. Then everyone places their right hand on the right shoulder of their comrade in front and the Indian file goes to deposit a slew of roses at the foot of the Federated wall. Sunday June 11, in front of this emblem of the memory of the communards, Jean-Luc Mélenchon and his family paid, during a public ceremony organized by LFI, a last tribute to one of his oldest friends and architect of France. Insoumise, Bernard Pignerol. Jean-Luc Mélenchon announced his death from cancer at the age of 64 on Sunday May 21. Bernard Pignerol was one of the founders of SOS-Racisme, leader of LFI and State Councillor.