A CRS company... What's next? It took the closure of a municipal library located in the immediate vicinity of a deal point for the Ministry of the Interior to promise a punctual police reinforcement in the district of Pissevin, a concrete island placed on the heights of Nîmes (Gard) and populated by about 12,000 inhabitants. But what will happen once these police forces are withdrawn?
"Since last December, dealers have been exerting increasing pressure on the neighborhood with the establishment of "barricades/checkpoints" to regulate their illicit trade, at the expense of the media library. Thus, for several months, the 18 agents of the cultural center have been victims of threats and verbal aggression in full view of all. Today, they are even subject to controls and pat-downs in the street before accessing their workstations," denounces Jean-Paul Fournier (LR), mayor of Nîmes, to justify his decision to close the Marc-Bernard library, named after a writer...
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