The petition demanding the dissolution of the Brav-M - the brigade for the repression of motorized violent action in Paris - continues to grow on the site of the National Assembly.
On Wednesday March 29, Éric Poulliat, Renaissance deputy for Gironde, was appointed rapporteur for the law commission of the National Assembly, according to information from
This commission is chaired by Renaissance MP Sacha Houlié.
The petition against Brav-M is about to exceed 200,000 signatures, a record on the site of the National Assembly.
She denounces an "
" which "
participates [in] the increase in tensions, including against the police
"The country is suffocating with testimonies of violent and brutal abuses committed by these motorized brigades against demonstrators who are trying to voice their opposition to a project of social regression", explains
Yann Millérioux, the citizen who is originally.
“Take the time to do well”
, Éric Poulliat said he wanted
to "take the time to do [his] job well".
He regrets a text "
which is not neutral and objective, since it speaks of police violence and massacre
"It's also an opportunity to remember where the republican order and legitimate violence are located
," he confides to
Read alsoA petition to dissolve the Brav-M exceeds 100,000 signatures on the dedicated platform of the National Assembly
As the National Assembly explained to Le
on Monday, when a petition is published on the dedicated platform of the National Assembly, it is assigned to one of the eight permanent committees of the National Assembly "depending
on of the theme it addresses
", here that of laws.
This one chooses a rapporteur then votes to decide either to classify or to examine the petition.
, the admissibility of the petition will be studied on Wednesday April 5.
If the petition exceeds 500,000 signatures, it could be discussed in plenary session.
The Brav-M was created in March 2019 by the former Paris police chief Didier Lallement.
Its purpose was to increase the mobility of law enforcement.
This unit is regularly criticized for its action.
The IGPN, the police force, was notably seized this Friday by the current prefect of police of Paris Laurent Nuñez, after the revelation by
and Loopsider of insulting remarks that the police officers of the Brav-M would have made towards demonstrators during arrests.