2. SOUNDBITE (French) Riss, cartoonist, Charlie Hebdo Managing editor and director of publication:
"Charlie Hebdo has always defended secularism. And it's true it has become increasingly hard to express that nation. It keeps being attacked, assaulted, questioned and it's presented as a fundamentalism. Everything has been turned upside down. It's France's traditional secularism that has become a fundamentalism. Secularism is now described in France with words pertaining to extremism."
3. Radio studio with hosts and guests
4. SOUNDBITE (French) Riss, cartoonist, Charlie Hebdo Managing editor and director of publication:
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"Managing a newspaper is not a walk in the park. Organising an editorial meeting is not the same thing as managing a paper. It's two different things. When you give work to cartoonists or journalists, they might be very good at being cartoonists or journalists but I can assure you that the financial management of a newspaper is not simple and not everybody is capable of doing it. I've always been in favour of a separation between the two positions. There are two different jobs."
5. Radio host journalist Patrick Cohen
6. SOUNDBITE (French) Coco, Charlie Hebdo cartoonist:
"We are a big team, we talk, we take decisions together. But after a while you necessarily need to have somebody to make choices, to take his responsibilities. It doesn't mean Charlie is divided."
The director of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo said on Wednesday that France's secularism was becoming increasing attacked and under assault.
Speaking on Tuesday, almost a year on from the extremist attacks on the French satirical newspaper, the paper's director Riss warned that since the January 2015 attacks, secularism, or the separation of state and religion, had been increasingly under fire.
"Charlie Hebdo has always defended secularism. And it's true it has become increasingly hard to express that notion," he told French Radio.
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