A sleeping bag, clothes hanging from a rail, a pair of shoes, food.
That day, the scene, more or less the same, is repeated level after level.
And there are 14 floors.
In the imposing Thorez housing estate in downtown Ivry-sur-Seine, which is undergoing full rehabilitation, several people have taken up residence in building D. More specifically, in its fire escape, arousing fears among some tenants.
There are only men, and they come to shelter from the cold in this red brick complex of 400 apartments.
A squat situation that persists and disempowers the inhabitants of the city.
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