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The Figaro letter of February 3, 2023


The challenge of the expulsion of the Islamists, a tribute to Philippe Tesson and the details of the arrest of Saddam Hussein.

Dear readers,

704 illegal immigrants registered in the report file for the prevention of terrorist radicalization (or more soberly FSPRT) have been sent home since 2017. Gérald Darmanin would like to speed things up even further, while 256 radicalized under expulsion measures are still on French soil.

And that the deportation procedures are still just as long, complicated and full of pitfalls.

For the last missive of the week, we pay tribute to Philippe Tesson – who died Wednesday at the age of 94 – and we talk about the details of the capture of Saddam Hussein.

Your letter is leaving for the long weekend but will return on Tuesday, February 7.

have a very nice day!

Louise Darbon

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France faces the challenge of expelling Islamists

Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin during a press conference in Paris, February 1, 2023. LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP

Since January 1, 2017, 704 radicalized illegal immigrants have been sent back to their country of origin.

Without possible return since they are struck by an inadmissibility and registered in the file of wanted persons.


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Source: lefigaro

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