Sunday, July 3, 2016

PS postpones summer school at the risk of violence – Le Figaro

SCAN THE POLICY – The meeting was to be held in late August in Nantes. But the first secretary of the Socialist Party Jean-Christophe Cambadélis feared violent actions of activists of the ultra-left, very mobilized in Western countries.

As a result of the presence in Notre-Dame-des-Landes, Nantes and Rennes many activists of the ultra-left, Jean-Christophe Cambadélis decided to “postpone, suspend” summer School of Beauty People’s alliance, composed of the PS and its allies. While she usually sat in La Rochelle, it was to be held this year in Nantes from 26 to 28 August.

“I think before the risk of violence in Nantes, where any other where will be held the summer of the Beautiful People’s alliance, better postpone, suspend, the summer school this summer, “said the first secretary of the Socialist Party questioned on Sunday by France 3.” C is a question I think for a while. This is the proposal I make the actors of the Belle popular alliance, “he said. In all cases, the gathering marks the launch of the PS of the political season will be held “not the end of the summer.”

“We will discuss it to find another date, to find more serenity, “says the boss of the PS who reported numerous threats. “We are threatened violence against our activists, we were threatened to wreck the entire city (…) It consists in this movement (anti-labor) ultra anti-democratic left which set a target to take down the PS, “he said. Adding that he “could not have asked the CGT to suspend manifestatons following the violence against the El Khomri law and myself hold summer school which will, I am sure”, the same violence.

Asked to comment on the announcement, MP Eric Ciotti Republicans quipped: “He especially feared internal violence”, “more than slingers thugs”. “A party that gathers more is no longer a party,” he added during the Grand Jury RTL-LCI- Le Figaro . PS As for the member Yann Galut, he deplores that such a delay on Twitter “shows the state of rupture with the French Regional State”.


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