Violence sets in.
On the eve of the tenth day of demonstrations against the pension reform, scheduled for Tuesday, the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, pointed to
“a very significant risk of disturbing public order”.
Until then supervised and controlled by the unions, the processions have been the subject of violent outbursts since the use of article 49.3, last week, to have the text adopted in the National Assembly.
To try to contain them, Gérald Darmanin announced the deployment of an
with 13,000 police and gendarmes mobilized on Tuesday, including 5,500 in Paris.
At the top of the state, we are also targeting, behind the thugs, the parties which half-heartedly support the violence.
Starting with La France insoumise (LFI), named by Emmanuel Macron on Monday during a crisis meeting at the Élysée with the Prime Minister, the leaders of the majority and the heavyweights of the government.
“There is a real political project led by LFI, which is trying to…
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