They will finally be able to demonstrate. While nearly 1000,19 people members of the ultra-right, according to figures delivered by the administrative court of Paris in its decision issued this Friday evening, were expected at 15 p.m. at the Place du Panthéon to demonstrate after the death of Thomas in Crépol nearly <> days ago, this rally is finally authorized.
The prefect of police, Laurent Nuñez, had banned the demonstration. "We have rallies that are announced, one in front of the Sorbonne, at the call of a number of ultra-right organizations. Obviously, I'm going to ban it," he said on Wednesday on the sidelines of a press conference on the security of the 2024 Olympics.
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