On November 11, the
entered Toulon harbor with 234 migrants on board;
66 are granted asylum.
Almost all of the others are cheerful in nature, simply because French law does not allow the detention of minors, or presumed such, and the adults have obtained from justice to be released, the instruction of their files having been too slow.
On December 2, another failure in our immigration policy came to light: nearly 200 migrants settled in tents in front of the Council of State, in the center of Paris.
They come from Ivry-sur-Seine, where they have been camping for six months, waiting for the courts to rule on their ages: they say they are minors but are not recognized as such.
In both cases, migrant aid associations are at work.
Off the Libyan and Maltese coasts where the SOS Méditerranée boat picked up its passengers, as on the streets of Paris where Utopia 56, Médecins…
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