The battle over how Notre-Dame will be reconstructed has been raging between the French parliament and the Senate in the months following the blaze which devastated the monument back in April.
But on Tuesday, the French lower parliament – the Assemblée national – will have the final say on the restoration bill.
The two authorities have been at loggerheads, with the Senate arguing that the monument should be restored exactly how it was before the devastating fire while the government wanted to find a more “inventive reconstruction” – in the words of French President Emmanuel Macron.
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