He doesn't want emotion to give way to anger.
While thousands of police are due to meet this Wednesday, May 19 afternoon in front of the National Assembly, to pay tribute to their colleague Eric Masson killed two weeks ago in Avignon on the sidelines of a banal anti-narcotics intervention, Gérald Darmanin "
will go to greet
" the police present on the spot.
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The “first cop in France” thus intends to show that he does not remain deaf to the cry of alarm from his troops, who demand more severity against their “
This is a testimony of support for the police officers who have counted two tragedies in the space of two weeks, in addition to the daily injuries they deplore in their ranks.
By conviction, the Minister of the Interior is on the side of the police,
”explains Place Beauvau.
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To expand their movement, all the unions called on "
" to come "
" them during this rally, scheduled from 1 pm to 3 pm on the outskirts of the Palais Bourbon. Several political figures of all stripes should join the procession, whether they are members of the Republicans, the National Rally, the Socialist Party or the Communist Party.