Everyone returns the ball.
On one side, the extreme left is singled out.
On the other hand, the political directives given to the forces of order are denounced.
And as violence invites itself into the protest processions of the pension reform, the gap is widening.
This is even more the case since Saturday, and the gathering banned in Sainte-Soline against the megabasins having degenerated into violent clashes.
In the midst of this very tense social climate, the ecologist Sandrine Rousseau denounces the management of the maintenance of order and goes even further, accusing Emmanuel Macron of "
looking for the incident
It is a policy of intimidation and I wonder to what extent there is no desire to go after the incident
”, first declared the elected official, invited on Public Senate this Monday.
Besides, it is taking place
”, she continued, while a demonstrator present in Sainte-Soline saw his vital prognosis engaged.
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I find that for some time, for a few weeks, there has been a change in the policy of policing demonstrations and which is much harsher and more violent than it was before,” he said
. she thus explained.
Adding, this time explicitly: “
Yes, there is a desire to go after the incident.
“The elected also underlined the mobilization of the BRAV-M, this motorized police unit, questioned during the last rallies, and signs according to her”
that we want to stretch things