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#saccageparis: the Paris town hall strikes back

2021-04-04T23:04:34.732Z

The Town Hall denounces a smear campaign relayed by right-wing militant networks. After silently witnessing the surge on Twitter, the Paris town hall went on the counter-offensive this Sunday evening. “The City is undergoing a proper smear campaign on Twitter, relayed by right-wing activist networks,” attacks the Paris town hall. READ ALSO> The author of #saccageparis wants to "continue to put pressure on the City" "The photos are also often old photos or taken just before th



After silently witnessing the surge on Twitter, the Paris town hall went on the counter-offensive this Sunday evening.

“The City is undergoing a proper smear campaign on Twitter, relayed by right-wing activist networks,” attacks the Paris town hall.

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The author of #saccageparis wants to "continue to put pressure on the City"


"The photos are also often old photos or taken just before the passage of the cleaning teams," says the City, which says it is "faced with incivility and problems of regulation of public space like all other major cities in France ”.

Jérôme Coumet, the mayor (DVD) of the 13th century, to the rescue

“I walk around Paris a lot but I don't have the impression that the city has been ransacked.

I see flowering trees, maintained gardens and new planters line the avenue des Gobelins ”, assures Jérôme Coumet, mayor (DVD) of the 13th century, who also denounces a campaign orchestrated by accounts close to the right and to the opponents of the mayor of Paris.

"But it is not this controversy with two bullets that will destabilize it".

“The health crisis has accentuated the problems of cleanliness.

Despite recent reinforcements, the cleanliness teams are not complete due to the absence of agents sick with Covid or who are in contact.

Parisians who work outside eat in the streets because restaurants and bars are closed and there is more dirt on the public road.

The ephemeral terraces installed during the period of the first deconfinement can give today an impression of carelessness, but they were very appreciated by traders.

We are not giving up, ”says Eric Pliez, the new mayor (DVG) of the 20th century.

The mayor of Paris recalls that the application "in my street" is "the best way to report problems of cleanliness or illegal deposits.

There are over 100,000 active users on the app.

The growing involvement of partner services and operators makes it possible to achieve a rate of 40% of reports closed in 48 hours.

And everything is in open data.

Regarding cleanliness, there were 10,660 reports on the application last week and 9,708 interventions for graffiti, tags, displays, abandoned objects and cleanliness problems. ”

More generally 38% of the reports are abandoned objects, 20% concern graffiti and tags, 16% cleanliness, 15% annoying vehicles or wrecked bicycles ”, specifies the town hall of Paris.

Source: leparis

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