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Algerians in an irregular situation: Did Darmanin "build a big lie"?


THE VERIFICATION - Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune criticized the Interior Minister for lying about the figures, and denied that there are 7,000 Algerians in an irregular situation in France. Gérald Darmanin nevertheless maintains his remarks. Who is right ?


Speaking for the first time since the French decision to halve the number of visas granted to nationals of his country, the Algerian president strongly attacked Emmanuel Macron and his government. During a public statement to journalists, Abdelmadjid Tebboune demanded "

total respect for the Algerian state

" from the French authorities, then responded more specifically to the French Minister of the Interior on the subject of immigration figures clandestine from Algeria.

“There have never been 7,000

[Algerians to be deported].

France spoke to us about more than 94


. There have never been 7000 ”

, he declared in particular.

Read also France-Algeria crisis: nothing works between Paris and Algiers

Indeed at the time of restricting the granting of visas to nationals of Maghreb countries, the Ministry of the Interior justified itself by evoking its difficulties in expelling Algerians illegally present on the territory.

More than 7,000 Algerians to be expelled were then mentioned.

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Source: lefigaro

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