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Matignon covered in orange paint by environmental activists


The front door of the residence of Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne in Paris was the target of an action supported by the group Last

They wanted to denounce "facade climate action" by the government.

Two environmental activists therefore attacked the facade of Matignon this Wednesday noon, the day of the government's return.

"Two citizens supporting #DernièreRénovation are entering into civil resistance to force a government to act, doubly condemned by French justice and officially outlawed since December 31, 2022", reports the group on Twitter.

On a video posted on social networks, we see two people who have obviously just sprayed the door of the building with the help of fire extinguishers.

They lie on the ground and, while the police lift them up to evacuate them, one of them shouts: “French justice has condemned the State”.

Faced with a facade of climate action, the youth repainted the facade of Matignon.

This Wednesday, January 4, around 12:30 p.m., young people from Dernier Rénovation (@derniere_renov) covered the facade of Matignon with orange paint using fire extinguishers.


— Brains not available (@CerveauxNon) January 4, 2023

This is a conviction for climate inaction, pronounced by the administrative court of Paris.

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In February 2021, he agreed with the associative collective the Affair of the Century, declaring the State “responsible” for breaches of its commitments.

In October of the same year, he had ordered that this overrun be compensated for by "December 31, 2022, at the latest", leaving the choice of measures to be taken to the government, but rejecting the NGOs' request for a financial penalty of 78 million euros. euros per semester of delay.

"The deadline has come to an end," also launched one of the two activists in front of Matignon on Wednesday.

Both were arrested.

Source: leparis

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